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    'Allium' - a confetti art quilt

    Hi all - here's a little (12") square art quilt I just finished. I used the confett technique to make the allium then embellished with FMQ and beads. It was really fun to do and I will definitely be doing more confetti. I put a step by step guide to how I did it on my blog if anyone wants to give it a try. Thanks for looking...
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    Quote Originally Posted by k3n View Post
    Hi all - here's a little (12") square art quilt I just finished. I used the confett technique to make the allium then embellished with FMQ and beads. It was really fun to do and I will definitely be doing more confetti. I put a step by step guide to how I did it on my blog if anyone wants to give it a try. Thanks for looking...
    This is soooo beautiful Kathryn!!!!!
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    Just checked out the blogspot!!! Lovely clear instructions.....oh heck...another one for the 'To Do' list!!!! Thanks Kathryn!!!!
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    Glad to add to your list Hils, I know it ain't THAT long!
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    Quote Originally Posted by k3n View Post
    Glad to add to your list Hils, I know it ain't THAT long!
    You haven't seen my UFO boxes!!hehe!!!!!!!!!!
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    I forbid you to call them UFOs as that implies you won't finish them - call 'em WIPs, that's what I do!
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    Quote Originally Posted by k3n View Post
    I forbid you to call them UFOs as that implies you won't finish them - call 'em WIPs, that's what I do!
    Whatever you call them.....there's STILL boxes of them!!!!!
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    That is so cool!

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    So beautiful. Very creative.

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    Fantastic technique!!! I love it. The way you used the green and purple thread really makes the quilting stand out. The beads would make it shimmer.
    What about your mandala quilt, is that still a WIP or is it a UFO
    The biggest risk is the one not taken

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