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Old 02-08-2002, 11:40 AM   #2
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Wow, you've got quite the project ahead of you, using those tiny beads! But it will be worth the effort in the end, because it'll be beautiful! If you have all geometric designs you could do it all in lazy stitch, but I have used a mixture of applique/lazy stitch in most of my work. You can do your designs in applique and then fill in all the background with lazy stitch. It looks pretty nice. A lot of times if you have floral or curvy patterns they just don't quite look right if you try to work them into your lazy stitch rows.
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