I have appliqued the centre of two of the fans and have two more plus the centre to finish. I hope I will finish in time for One Monthly Goal for October. The lefthand semicircle looks almost black but all the background pieces are shades of purple. I would get on faster if I didn’t get sidetracked …

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These two flowers have travelled round a bit – in and out of a zip lock bag getting a bit wrinkled on the way but now they are finished They are larger than the previously completed flowers; adding the diamonds gives more design possibilities the idea for which came from ‘Quilting on the Go!’ by Jessica …

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  The Slow Stitching Movement has been steadily gaining ground recently and is a reaction against the tendency to rush the creative process; to produce something, anything, rather than enjoy the process itself. Formally launched by Mark Lipinski and modelled after the Slow Food Movement they believe that; ” … speed can kill creativity and the enjoyment …

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