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Since doing the 12 x 12 exchange challenge on 15 min play I have been playing with making background fabrics and appliqueing on made flowers and flowers fussy cut from fabrics. This is my first completed piece and included a few firsts for me - I finally machine quilted something other than stitch in the ditch (albeit only simple lines),I included some beads that I bought on a recent trip to Australia, I mitred the corners on the binding and I included the simple triangles on the back for hanging.

I am fairly happy with the result but have more pieces started that will be slightly smaller.
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Miki Willa said…
This is really beautiful. I had to come here to see it because we can't see it over at 15 minutes play. I really love these little quilts.

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