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Thank you Mignon

 


Several months ago when I joined Inglewood Quilters group I met a wonderful quilter called Mignon. Unfortunately she was due to move back to her home in Australia. I bought several pieces of fabric from her - she apparenly had an enormous stash of beautiful fabrics which she was trying to reduce before the move. When she heard that I liked playing with scraps she gave me a couple of large bags which included unused blocks she had made. I played with these and added several more made out of the scraps and this is the result. It is a lovely cheerful quilt. I used a piece of fabric that I had purchased from Mignon to bind the quilt.
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Julie said…
What a beautiful quilt! I love the colours!
quiltzyx said…
That is a very joyful quilt! Nice job Maree!
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