Making Applique Flowers with turned edges using Freezer Paper Templates. (Part Two)

September 08, 2017 7 Comments

Making Applique Flowers with turned edges | Sharon Keightley Quilts

Applique Flowers are fun to make ! You can see more of the process in the video below, solving the mystery of how the paper is removed.

Part Two of Making applique flowers with turned edges using freezer paper templates.

I hope you enjoy the video ! I will be posting more pictures of the progress on my Blueberry Patch Quilt as I am working on the applique borders in my next post also on Instagram and Facebook.

I will be writing the pattern for the Blueberry Patch quilt over the next couple of weeks and hope to have it available as a PDF download on the Pine Valley Quilts website. 

You can find more of my patterns here.




7 Responses

Gertrud Konrad
Gertrud Konrad

February 20, 2019

Hi Sharon,
ich hätte gerne nachfolgende Quiltvorlagen gekauft:
1x Wanderwege für 33 Euro
1x Winterwood für 36 Euro und
1x Einfach roter Quilt für 45 Euro.
Ich habe aber ein Problem, es werden immerzu andere Preise angegeben.
Nach einer kurzen Weile kosten die Vorlagen 55 Euro, 60 Euro und 75 Euro.
Kurz darauf wird wieder ein anderer Preis angegeben.
Wie teuer sind die Vorlagen nun?
Ich bitte Dich, gebe mir des aktuellen Preis an, damit ich die Bestellung machen kann.

Liebe Grüße Gertrud Konrad (Germany)

CINDY
CINDY

October 22, 2017

What ironing board cover do you use? Mine would scorch with the iron on it that long! I need to get the type you have!

Ruth Wetzel
Ruth Wetzel

September 28, 2017

I enjoyed your applique videos, all three of them. Great instructions
and pictures. Thank you for the ideas. Looking forward
Seeing all your pictures and books.

Colleen
Colleen

September 13, 2017

Love your technique! So helpful. I am definitely going to do this on my next applique project. May I please ask what fabric you are using? It is beautiful.

Rene Allison
Rene Allison

September 11, 2017

Wish I would have seen this before the last quilt I just did. Love the technique! Thank you for showing us.

Chris
Chris

September 11, 2017

Thank you for sharing. Fantastic video!

sue
sue

September 08, 2017

WooHoo!! Great video. NOW, I understand. :-)

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