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New Sunflower Quilt and More

I haven't done a bulk update in a while. So, today, I want to do that. First, I want share the new quilt that I just finished for myself. I call it my indoor sunflower garden. 🌞 The front has big, beautiful, bright sunflowers all over it. The back has tiny sunshine printed on it. Both fabrics were purchased from Hobby Lobby, and I used 2 yards of each print. I placed polyester batting between the 2 pieces of fabric and tied them together with acrylic yarn. Afterwards, I hand stitched the binding around the quilt. This is a very easy process if you're interested in making your own hand-tied quilt.

I've also made time to update my other websites that you can find on the right side of this site. I've added new senior care advice and cinema and TV bloopers and favorite shows/movies. Please check back every Tuesday for upcoming updates to those sites. I don't update these 2 sister sites every Tuesday, but that is the day to watch for those when I do update. 

I've also created new items and placed those in my Happy Home Creations 2019 (HHC2019) Etsy shop, also found on the right side of this page with  my other sites. I'm going to start working on more new items to list shortly. 

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sunflower quilt

sunflower quilt

sunflower quilt

sunflower quilt

sunflower quilt

Thanks for letting me share some extra stuff with you today. I hope you have a blessed and beautiful day.



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