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Spring Batik Appliqued Flowers
I was moving things around in my quilt studio the other day and came across a box…..a HUGE BOX of quilt blocks. There are all kinds of sizes, colors and fabrics. Most of them I had forgotten about and when I saw these four blocks I remembered that I had planned on writing up a pattern called Spring Batik Appliqued Flowers for this and…….for some reason I moved on to something new and forgot all about it. Can you guess how old these blocks are???
I think this is when I knew that batiks were my favorite fabric for free motion applique.
The applique was all done on my vintage Singer sewing machine using a darning foot and I used embroidery thread. Why did I never finish this quilt project? Do you have projects like this that you haven’t finished?
I stuck the blocks up on my design wall and kind of liked this design.
Then I decided to add a narrow sash of a dark green batik. I’ll also use this same batik for my binding. I am going to work on this and hopefully some time this month I”ll share it with you.
Were you wondering how old the blocks were??? Well, I found my blog post for the Flowers with Dots and a Lil’ Twister wall hanging from……2012! It is definitely time to finish this!
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This is the kit that I bought last week, I hope to start working on it this soon. It came with over 6 yards of fabric and used the Boundless Blenders Ombre collection. The Craftsy Quilt Kits go fast!
This is another quilt kit using the Boundless Blenders Ombre collection Color My World Quilt Kit Boundless Blenders Ombre