What would you make?

Most people might choose to fashion a quilt from the squares they have made but this customer decided to go for a framed piece of art instead. The squares used a variety of embroidery and sewing techniques onto various fabrics.

One of the big benefits of this approach is that the piece can be displayed anywhere not just on a bed. The finished piece is about 5’9″ high and 2’6″ wide.

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