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Sunday, January 6, 2013

A great example of beading

While cruising the quilt blogs I found this lovely resist dyed-felted wool piece which measures appx. 6" x 6" by Mary Stori. Here is a picture  with links to the step by step process and here is an idea of other things to stitch onto an art quilt. 

1 comment:

  1. WOW....thank you so much for the link in today's post...I hope what "Fire Followers" will see there will inspire them as much as your posts have!


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