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can you now guess what I did last night?
all of a sudden, I decided to take my scissors, invible thread and sewing machine out to make Molly’s party garland.

mine is pretty small – around two hundred centimetres long – but was real quick to make. from the initial shape-cutting to the final hanging, only a couple of hours went by.
now two things:
1. I’m in love with chain piecing and invisible thread, although I need to practice.
2. since randomness is my favourite word, I blindly/freely cut out my shapes (triangles and rectangles, only) from a one-metre-long and thirty-centimetre-wide piece of cotton fabric, which I first folded in half (wrong side together).

if you want to see a gorgeous step-by-step, check out Molly’s site.