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July 14, 2012 § 6 Comments
I took this photo of the wrong side of the Humanity quilt top when I was pressing it because I really liked the texture and patterns the seams made – sort of spiky frills. What do you think?
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I agree….that is so interesting!
I like it, too! From a little distance it looks like chenille. 😎
Actually, this is a really COOL picture!!
I agree with everyone! You made a discovery there, me thinks! Where are you going to take this from here?😉
Very interesting. Looks like it would make a great rag quilt, maybe in flannel. Munaiba, you have such a good eye.
Very interesting. Recently I saw a log cabin quilt with the “wrong” side out.
BTW I can’t believe how spotless your carpet is after pressing–no frays or stray threads!
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