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My project I can’t total credit for. My husband actually worked with me on this. I wanted to make a target and he said I should make a medieval target. I thought that was a great idea. Something kinda old world, like out of Robin Hood. I told him he was going to have to help me, so he made the target stand and I stained it. Of course I made the pin, he doesn’t sew, unless it’s a costume. lol
It was fun designing a project together.
The arrows are actually jewelry charms I got at Hobby Lobby. They where silver and I changed the color to gold.
I made the target with four sizes of circles that I appliqued on top of each other with the blanket stitch. I wanted to edges to look worn so I didn’t worry about accuracy with my stitches or bias edges.
The end project is exactly what I had envisioned. This was a fun project and after seeing all the wonderful pins on the hop I definitely will be making more.
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