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Finished – strippy cabin-esque quilt
That was a lot of scrap fabrics. A lot a lot.
I wish I had counted them.
For some reason all of my large quilts come out of the dryer wrinkly.
I backed this one with almost completely in the little girls on bicycles, a Tasha Noel fabric from Riley Blake. But I couldn’t help adding that thin strip of mint to one of the edges.
I bound it in the black scallop I mentioned earlier.
This quilt is one of a kind and would not be able to be duplicated. It’s queen size and I have it available for sale in my shop here.
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