Let’s Make a Chicken Salad!

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Sewing nerd who is absolutely determined to perfect this insanely fun hobby.

18 Responses

  1. Carole Bush says:

    Looking forward to doing this with you! I just got my kit today!

  2. Terri Doney says:

    Thank you for doing this! This is my first time doing a Lori Holt!

  3. Angela says:

    I’m so excited 😆 This is my first big try at using my scan n cut for a big project! Thanks for all of your help😃

  4. Paulette Suddarth says:

    The spreadsheet and instructions are very helpful. Thank you for taking the time to do it and share with us. Can you share the embroidery files? Or is this a violation of terms of use? By the way, I love your tutorials. You do a really nice job of it.

  5. Karen Lynn Wheeler says:

    I am familiar with this method and have done it with Accuquilt applique dies. I cut them with paper and made .fcm files with scan&cut to send to my pc with artNstitch and make embroidery files for my Bernina 830. I used fusible and cut my shapes, embroidery applique on my Bernina.
    Karen Wheeler

  6. Kitty Gage says:

    Thanks so much for your help with the scan and cut. I so much appreciate any help I get.

  7. Linda Rivera says:

    Thanks for everything Becky, really appreciate you

  8. Virginia says:

    I have this pattern and a ScanNCut and want to use Simply Appliqué to make it. Does the software have a trial version so I can see if I can run it on my Mac using Parallels?

  9. April Cory says:

    Thank you so much for doing the hard part for us. The Excel spreadsheet has been such a lifesaver. Unfortunately due to health issues I am a little late in getting started. While I was recouping from surgery I really enjoyed watching all your videos on YouTube. Also, thank you for teaching me how to finally use my Scan N Cut. LOL

  10. Debbie Clifford Nester says:

    I know I am late to the party, but , I have all of my supplies and just purchased Bes4 at the quilt show. My question is, did you make a video showing exactly how you scanned the simple shapes in and named them , then saved them. I need to know how to get the fem file and save it. Thank you. Debbie from Conroe Tx

  11. Deborah says:

    I’m getting ready to start on the chicken salad quilt. I have a ScanNCut and I was wondering whether it would work to trace and cut the pieces by fabric instead of by chicken? Hope this makes sense😊

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