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BLOOM Sew Along - Week 20 - Block 20

Welcome to Week 20 of the 

BLOOM Sew Along with

Lori Holt and 


 

This is the last week of the BLOOM Sew Along!

 

A cute flower block to finish off Block #20



I love all the petals that surround the center of the flower.


The leaves look like a sweet bow that ties around the stem.


I have finished all 20 Blocks and this is what my quilt looks like!!!
 I love how it turned out. 
I used all my scrappy 2 1/2" strips and cut them into 2 1/2" squares for the border. 
It finished the scrappy look that I wanted for this quilt.
It was my privilege to be with Lori Holt at the Extravaganza in Park City. 
She helped hold the other side of my quilt. Lori...thank you for your continued inspiration!!!


So glad you dropped in to catch up
with all the BLOOM Sew Along Happenings...


for the pattern and tools 
you will need to participate in this Bloom Sew Along.

This finishes the BLOOM Sew Along.
Please drop by the see what I will be working on next.

HApPy SEwIng!



Jina

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