Christmas Wreath Kaleido Cushion

Constructed with 25 5" finished Kaleido blocks and careful print/solid placement. Echo quilted around the wreaths on my machine.

My first go at piping!

About 20" finished.

Lynne, Bek Brown and 17 more people faved this
  • Lynne 3y

    Wow that is cute, is it your own pattern?
  • HandmadeRetro 3y

    Thanks!

    I just used the Kaleido ruler and placed the colour and print carefully to give the illusion of the circle
  • Bek Brown 3y

    That looks so awesome!!!
  • Lynne 3y

    Wow that is so clever. I love it.
  • Sue. Duke Hayman 3y

    This is so nice!
  • Debra 3y

    love this!
  • bluebirdluxe 3y

    I love it! :) Okay, that ruler is going on my wish list! I hope you submitted this to MBS! :)
  • Aylin 3y

    What a brilliant idea to use the kaleidoscope!
  • Laura Melarato 3y

    Beautiful!!!
  •  Handala HAMIM 3y

    Congrts on EXPLORED at Page 10 at this moment
    Wonderful composition and framing
    Like the perspective you drew here,
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  • Jeka23 3y

    Great
  • foxybagga 3y

    very nice composition - congrats for the explore - wish you many more of these!
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  • Alberto Giomix 3y

    Wonderful.
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Taken on December 11, 2011
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