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Red Biscuit.

Posted on | August 28, 2010 | Comments Off on Red Biscuit.

In the days before I had discovered stitcheries, I saw a quilt made up in a shop. It was a pattern from Leanne Beasley of Leanne’s House. It was made with red and biscuit coloured fabrics and had stitcheries inside the squares. At the time I didn’t appreciate the stitcheries and only wanted to make the quilt. It took me nearly 18 months to collect a range of fabrics as I wanted exactly the colours in the display quilt  – sometimes I can be too fussy. And of course at the time they were not contemporary colours, so were in short supply. I enjoyed making the quilt and found the pattern very easy to follow.

I still love the look of the quilt, even without the stitcheries. However, I have since discovered the wonderful work of Leanne Beasley and now have many of her patterns that I have purchased just for the stitcheries.

This  quilt has been finished in an overall leaf pattern.

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