I’ve finally appliquéd  (by hand/needle turn technique) the ulu flower onto my background fabric.  It was my first completed applique project so don’t be too critical of the…umm… let’s say ORGANIC look of the petals and leaves.  haha   The lines aren’t perfectly straight, curved and pointed but a flower isn’t exactly perfect in nature anyway, right?!?

Here she is:


I’m pleased with the completed flower and am now working on adding a scalloped border which I made with the extra red fabric from cutting out the ulu flower pattern.  I’m working on basting it onto the background fabric and will be working on appliqué-ing it this week.  I’ll post photos soon!

Thanks for reading and Happy Sewing!

-Audra at AuraQuilts.com

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  • Hello! I’m new to blogworld and joined “Quilting Bloggers” the same day as you! I had fun reading your past months’ posts. The beadwork is beautiful! Happy quilting :o) Katie

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