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"For the chenille, I used five layers of multicolored, tie-dyed rayon batiks that I got on one of my cruises to the Caribbean. I quilted the layers, on the true bias, to a quilt sandwich at 1/2" intervals and then slashed the top five layers between the stitching. When they frayed up in the wash, the multicolored batiks produced a soft, multicolored, iridescent "fake fur" that reminds me of a peacock feather."

"For the chenille, I used five layers of multicolored, tie-dyed rayon batiks that I got on one of my cruises to the Caribbean. I quilted the layers, on the true bias, to a quilt sandwich at 1/2" intervals and then slashed the top five layers between the stitching. When they frayed up in the wash, the multicolored batiks produced a soft, multicolored, iridescent "fake fur" that reminds me of a peacock feather."

love the textures...I have a couple chenille throws and robes that were my grandmother's--totally see them being repurposed since they are in eh, just ok conditions

love the textures...I have a couple chenille throws and robes that were my grandmother's--totally see them being repurposed since they are in eh, just ok conditions

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