Saturday, September 29, 2012

Autumn Apple Tutorial





This is an experiment. I wrote a tutorial for the apples and saved it as a PDF file. Theoretically, if you click Autumn Apple Tutorial, you should be taken to the file. Will it work? It if does, let me know.

Edited to add: Thank you to those who checked out the link. I'm so glad it worked. 



18 comments:

  1. Anonymous3:21 PM

    It works perfectly.

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  2. Worked like a charm! It reminds me of the little ball I made for my grands only that was put together using some sort of chain stitch. One just kept on sewing from end to end and I wonder if that method would work for this as well. Very sweet project and you are very clear with your directions.

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  3. It worked! Now if I could just get myself together to actually make some apples, instead of dreaming of making some!

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  4. Thanks Lorrie - I would love to try this - I hope i'll have time before Thanksgiving! My sister is coming From BC for the next few days so maybe we can work on some apples together. It looks like a fun project!

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  5. Worked for me -- wish I could set aside some time -- and impressed with your gift of time to your readers. Very generous of you!

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  6. How lovely they look especially in the autumnal colours you have chosen.

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  7. I'm so pleased that you added the instructions. As soon as I saw the apples I wanted to make them!

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  8. It worked! And thank you so much for the instructions! Do you mind if I pin it?

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  9. Thanks so much - I knew I wanted to make some when I saw your post - was going to figure it out for myself but now you've made it easy for me with your tutorial.

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  10. I'm going to try doing these up in orange for mini pumpkins. THANKS ever so much.

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  11. just beautiful!!!!
    thank you so much for the instruction!!!!
    greetings from germany,
    regina

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  12. How adorable! I hope I can find some spare time to make a few!
    Thanks so much for the tutorial and for ALL the lovely, kind and friendly words you have left me recently! They are treasured.
    xo

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  13. It worked thank you. They are so cute.

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  14. I have been wanting to make some of these. Thank you for sharing!

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  15. Great tutorial, thanks for sharing :)

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  16. Worked great can't wait to try it and make some apples. Thank you for posting the tutorial.

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  17. Tutorial downloaded just fine have been wanting to try and make some fabric apples so thank you for your blog. Appreciate it. Ellie

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  18. Haven't read the book, but I have downloaded your tutorial and look forward to trying out a few apples. Thank you.

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