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Thread: My chicken made Almazuelas

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    Hello!
    How are you? I hope that very well!
    I was about to go to sleep, but I wanted to share my Chicken, hoping you like it!
    It is made with a technique called Almazuelas and Spanish!
    It looks like the Log Cabin, but it is NOT. Is stitched very differently! And it shows in the "texture" is achieved to sew the fabric.
    I leave a picture and say goodbye until tomorrow!
    A big hug!

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    Cute

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    That is so cute.

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    I really like this! Is this a pincushion?

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    adorable ;)

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    Cute

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    These are so cute

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    Very cute! How did you do that???

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    Sew cute, I love it :thumbup:

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    I have made several quilt blocks like this. I may have to think about turning some of them into chickens. Thanks for the idea!

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    Cute!

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    Great projects. :thumbup:

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    Cute!

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    ADORABLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Very cute!

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    That is just adorable. Thanks for sharing and putting a smile on my face:)

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    cute cute

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    I love your Chicken! It's darling!

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    Your chicken is so cute. Love it. Thank you for sharing.

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    Very delightful! Reminds me of the folded Dahlia technique! Do you have a link to where we could find the pattern? Oh, did you design it yourself?!! :thumbup: :thumbup: Very good, Gladys!

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    Interesting technique

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    Very very cute....looks hard to make

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    Thank you for sharing this little cutie. I'm sure if you would like to do a tutorial for this project many of us would be very appreciative.

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    lovely!

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    That is very cute.

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