This is only a block, not a quilt. It's lying on a store bought quilt. I am attempting to appliqué them on with ribbons as separators. Should I put lace or something aroundd them?

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I'd be careful of ribbon for the sake of cleaning. How about lace plus embroidery to hold it in place?
Thanks Riana. Thought sounds good. I have lots of lace. I really need a place to lay it all out besides a king bed. Maybe my bedroom floor. Hmmm  Between visiting my mom, who is 95, my
kids, and traveling, I run out of time to really get into it!
 What are you working on now? I would love to see close ups as you work. Have a great day. Frances

Right now I'm working on kids' quilts for Driscoll Child.'s Hosp. in Corpus Christie as I am a winter Texan staying in our motorhome at Gulf Waters in Pt. Aransas. Space is limited, though I do get a chance to use welcome center when I really need to spread out. I took some novelty prints & co-ords along in plastic shoe box bins + machine. There's a group of Amer. Sewing Guild meeting monthly where some donated fabrics are distributed. When I get my hubby to load pics. on computor, I'll send or post them. Meanwhile. consider doing small projects, table runners, totes, album covers, they don't all need to fit beds or go on the wall. Many beginners make lap quilts for needy in shelters or veteran hosp.s. These need not be perfect, they give you practice, and are always much appreciated for their warmth:) Riana


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