Works in Progress - Quilting

This is one of the longest WIP's I've ever had. It's the My Small World wall quilt by Jen Kingwell. It's made completely from my scrap collection and it's taken a year so far. I only have one section left but it's quite fiddly, so I keep procrastinating!


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