Roses

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I turned my Single Rose Mini Mini Quilts into embroidery projects. When I stitched the rose appliqués (made with the Crafted Appliqué method) through the three layers of the mini mini quilts, the outline of the roses appeared on the back. These quilted roses seemed to be asking me for embroidery enhancement. I was happy to oblige.

The rose motif comes from my pattern Tea in the Rose Garden Mug Rug:

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I love those buttons:

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Don’t you find them lovely too?

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6 thoughts on “Roses

  1. That’s lovely idea and the embroidered roses are just as pretty as the appliquéd ones. How will you display your minis to show both sides? The buttons are great, to be sure, I think they are also asking to become part of a quilt or embroidery))

    • Ha! I have absolutely no idea, Lena, as to how both sides can be displayed. Do you? lol
      Someday, these buttons will find the perfect project to show them off. 🙂

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