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Alrighty, here is the finished hand towel. I worked on it when I got home from work Friday night. I am somewhat happy with the results. Not bad for someone who sews infrequently. And it's certainly "unique" (there are some mistakes that are laughable.)

I added random stitching throughout. I started with swirls in an attempt to follow the yellow swirls I stamped, but they sometimes had "corners", so I just started sewing randomly. And I added the zig-zag stitching, and the Ric-Rak. So, there it is. Not sure what I'm going to do with it.

Dave says - "It's a keeper."


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