by cfidl 8d ago

These money angels are from Yoriko's site. I know I saw a post on flattening FSL. Just need to find it again. I think ironing with starch... or dipping in "liquid goo" wss and hot water. Thanks for looking.

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by pennifold 7d ago

Beautifully sewn out. Yoriko's work is gorgeous. I just keep something heavy on them once dried. Love Chris

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cfidl by cfidl 6d ago

A good working machine takes all the credit! Lol! Thank you Chris!

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by sonjapotgieter 7d ago

They so Beautiful!!!

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cfidl by cfidl 6d ago

Thank you!

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by shirley124 7d ago

I love these angels. I have made quite a few. I just rinse out some of the WS. and then lay them on a paper towel till partly dry and iron them between 2 paper towels until they are dry. I have given them as book marks. One niece hung hers in her car where she was going to leave it. I have not heard from her to know how it has survived. My guess is it would most likely curl. Best of luck. Hugs

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cfidl by cfidl 6d ago

I appreciate your post. Thanks

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by mops Moderator 8d ago

Very pretty, the stitching is perfect.

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cfidl by cfidl 6d ago

The machine takes the credit. Lol! Thank you!

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by bowlds 8d ago

Pretty!

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cfidl by cfidl 6d ago

Thank you!

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by basketkase 8d ago

These are lovely, Christine...…..

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cfidl by cfidl 6d ago

Thank you!

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by crafter2243 Moderator 8d ago

Here is the answer to the post you are looking for.
Those angles are beautiful. Yoriko does a great job digitizing FSL and you stitched them out perfect.

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cfidl by cfidl 6d ago

Thank you!

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