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'AOTH' (Affairs of the heart) Applique Masterpiece, by Aie Rossmann.

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Karsev
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Re: 'AOTH' (Affairs of the heart) Applique Masterpiece, by Aie Rossmann.

Post by Karsev » Wed Mar 07, 2012 9:37 pm

This is gorgeous!!! I am really impressed, your batiks are great choices, the color variations are so lifelike! Wow!

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purrfect-lady
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Re: 'AOTH' (Affairs of the heart) Applique Masterpiece, by Aie Rossmann.

Post by purrfect-lady » Thu Mar 08, 2012 7:48 am

OMG! What a gorgeous, beautiful, satisfying project! All of them! It's intriguing! Maybe after I scrape of my present plate load of projects I might get into this. Thanks for the photos!

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Re: 'AOTH' (Affairs of the heart) Applique Masterpiece, by Aie Rossmann.

Post by gershwin64 » Thu Mar 08, 2012 12:32 pm

Jacquie, they are all stunning! I kept looking back and forth between them all, yep they are the same blocks but they look totally different in different colors and those different backgrounds, you all rock! Way to go :o) I may have to try these after I get my UFO's completed this year :o)
Tina

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Re: 'AOTH' (Affairs of the heart) Applique Masterpiece, by Aie Rossmann.

Post by shelly322002 » Thu Mar 08, 2012 8:23 pm

ooooooooowwww!!!

can i see another 'sew-along' materialising in the distance??
i could be possible!!

they are very addictive blocks with stunning results!
i actually only get these made one every blue moon, i'm 'sew busy with everything else at the mo! but i'm happy, i WILL get there!!
as i come to finish one block, i run off and 'cut out' another's bits ready, then i always have one 'ready to go', for 'that evening', when i have the chance to sit and sew it...
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Re: 'AOTH' (Affairs of the heart) Applique Masterpiece, by Aie Rossmann.

Post by fabricgirl » Sat Mar 31, 2012 11:42 pm

Jacquie those quilts are breath takeing and so romantic that would be something to tackle for retiremen.


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Re: 'AOTH' (Affairs of the heart) Applique Masterpiece, by Aie Rossmann.

Post by Quilterba » Thu May 14, 2015 12:54 pm

I just starting on this quilt and I don't have the luxury of the lazer cut method.
Any suggestions? Is there a tutorial on the web?

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Re: 'AOTH' (Affairs of the heart) Applique Masterpiece, by Aie Rossmann.

Post by Pilot2b » Fri May 22, 2015 5:56 am

The quilts on this page are fabulous.

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Re: 'AOTH' (Affairs of the heart) Applique Masterpiece, by Aie Rossmann.

Post by MainelyMe » Sat May 23, 2015 6:08 am

Hi Jacquie!
I've had this pattern for ages, but never started it. Your work us beautiful as always!
Hope to see the completed quilt 😉 at year's end. And you know I'll be waiting to see your William Morse! Hard to believe how long ago it was we started on that one.
I still love mine. Joan

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purrfect-lady
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Re: 'AOTH' (Affairs of the heart) Applique Masterpiece, by Aie Rossmann.

Post by purrfect-lady » Sun May 24, 2015 3:07 am

JACQUIE - I've seen this pattern in magazines and it was displayed in our new LQS when it opened 2 yrs ago. I'm always so tempted, but figure I just won't live long enough to get it done! Yours is so pretty!

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Re: 'AOTH' (Affairs of the heart) Applique Masterpiece, by Aie Rossmann.

Post by MozB » Sun Oct 04, 2015 6:38 am

I have just started mine...I have to say that first block in the book is more daunting that I expected. Some of the other blocks look easier...I''''ve been doing needle turn, which works pretty good, but getting those first pieces into position has been a challenge.
Thanks for the great pics!

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