Improvising

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I’m wanting to make more of those hexagon flowers that I decorated my jean quilt with.
https://alwaysreading1.wordpress.com/2017/02/06/a-promise-to-myself/

Grabbing the scrap bag, I cut out a bunch of squares, enough to make 17 flowers. But I had only a few of the paper hexagon patterns to make them (it takes seven paper patterns for each flower). Instead of buying a package of 100 at the fabric store, I improvised with some index cards and my ancient paper cutter. Now I’m ready to start stitching again!

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