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29 March 2009

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Erin

That is amazing and really beautiful, I can't wait to try!

Thank you very much for sharing.

LeeAnn

They turned out beautiful! You may see them pop up on my blog at some time!

jessi

That is pretty cool - I've never seen anything like it before!

Denise Felton

Wonderful! I just posted a link to your tute on my blog. Hope it brings you a few extra clicks.

Denise
http://needlework.craftgossip.com

MichelleB

What a fabulous idea and tutorial! I love it. Thanks so much.

lera

That is VERY cute.

amy

Thanks for the tutorial. These are so adorable!

Kate

Thanks for this tutorial - I love it - think I will have to try it soon!

Missy

I love this! I'll have to try it sometime.

Anne

Brilliant!!! Add me to the list of people who think this is an awesome idea. I posted a link to your tutorial at Craft Gossip Sewing Blog.

http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-folde…m-knit-fabricstutorial-folded-rose-appliques-from-knit-fabrics/2009/03/29/

--Anne

amylouwho

This is really great! You are filling my head with many many things to put on my to-do list!

Candace

Great idea, Penny! I'll think twice now before I do away with old knit shirts!
Cheers!

Jenny

That is SO clever!!! Love them!!

Thimbleanna

Pretty cool Penny -- I love how the knit curls just like real rose petals!

Amy @ parkcitygirl

Penny! I love this! They are beautiful - your making a quilt full of these!? I might just have to go cut up a bunch of my shirts :)

Ginger

Thanks for the tutorial. That is really cute. I will be saving that for future expirmentation.
Ginger

perleneige

merçi beaucoup
perleneige

Glynis

What can I say that hasn't been said. Your creativity never ceases to amaze. You are truly gifted.

Shelly

I LOVE this technique! I am definitely going to try this in the future. Thanks for the tutorial. Happy sewing!

Christy

There's no end to your talent! It's beautiful!

Estee

Wow, that rose has come out so effective. The quilt is going to look gorgeous finished.

allyson

Wow, thanks for sharing this process! Perfect for upcoming Mother's Day too!

Elisa

Wow, so beautiful and simple. :) Thanks for sharing!

jacoline (lien)

This is great. Thanks for the super tutorial!!!!

Anna M.

Hi Penny! I received your package in the mail today...WOW! Thank you so much! I love the fabrics you sent, along with the cute sachet...it smelled so great when I opened the package. Also, I'm so excited to have one of your cute bags for my very own! Thanks again for your generosity! Have a great day! =)

BTW, I love the roses...Is there anything you can't do! =) Thanks for sharing your talents with the rest of us!

Rachel

Wow, I love this! So, sew creative! I'll be linking.

Diann

Nice job! Very clever and original. Plan to try it soon.

Jody Blue

I really have to either get my 60 year old sewing machine fixed or get a different one--those roses are so tempting

Jennifer

now that's cool!!

val

what a lovely rose! Thanks so much for the tutorial!

Joan

Your Rose tutorial is wonderful. Thank you for sharing. Great technique!

Joan

P.S. Say...they are having a Flower Power Contest over at Sew Mama Sew blog. You'll have to read more of the details. They are looking for Fabric Flowers! You should enter your quilt!!!! Good luck
Here is the url:

http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/?p=763

deborah

beautifully done. I am so grateful. thank you
designcracker

Erin

my first attempt is here. Thanks again, I keep looking at clothes, curtains, etc. wondering if I can add your flowers to them now!

A~

Awesome. Beautiful and made from knit t-shirt. Hoo, hoo I'm all over that!

Karin

That is such a great idea!

sheree

So fantastic!!!!! Love this, Penny!

Devona

These are just wonderful! I've been cutting up jersey for a million crafts lately and the scraps are piling up. Now they have a purpose. I'll try to post results on my blog this week if I can!

amy ( sew~amy)

this is so cute, what a great idea.

Colleen Penn

I have this *thing* for roses! So even though my sewing is very novice, I made a rose & already love my practice one. Thanks!

amy

these are so lovely! thank you so much for the tutorial!

i thought you might like to see what i made with the roses -
http://craftydame.blogspot.com/2009/05/anatomy-embroidery.html

thanks again!

Kim

I hope you don't mind- but I linked to this tutorial on my blog. I used it to add some roses to a plain shirt and wanted to give you credit. It was so cute and easy! Thanks for showing us all how to do it. If you want me to take off the link, just let me know!

Elane Caruso

adorei as flores, achei facil e bonitas. Parabens

cynthia

Thanks for the tutorial. I have been making roses all day using all types of fabrics.

Stacie

Thank you so much for this tutorial! Here is my finished product from your idea: http://starsforstreetlights.blogspot.com/2009/07/after-novels-after-teacups-after-skirts.html

I love what you are doing with your blog. Thanks again!

Jen

Very cute! I think this would totally save an old quilt I have that needs some stains/ holes covered. Thank you for sharing this tutorial!
Jen

sanztosi

Hi
I'm Monica to Milan Italy
compliments your tutorial is really very nice
Friday, November 6 I will post on my blog that talks about this tutorial
bye
Moni

Lindsay White

This was my first independent sewing project and it came out GREAT! Thanks for inspiring me....

Holly k

Love it!!! thanks for sharing. I can think of several places I want to use this!!! Your cat house is awesome too!!! My kitties will be quite ecstatic when I build them one! :)

Shauna

I love your flowers. I will for sure be trying to come up with the perfect project, so I can use them.
Also, I will be posting them on my blog and making a link.
Thanks

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