Galium odoratum, or Sweet Woodruff, is a ground cover that I first planted from two little 4" pots about 10 years ago...I love their tiny white flowers and the way they have spread all over the shady parts of my garden.
In this picture the flowers are just about done.
When I was at Accessories of Old back East, I purchased some teeny tiny flower sequins. I knew they would be just right for creating this flower.
Those are #15 seed beads in the centers of the sequins.
And here you can see they have spread all across the bottom of the quilt!
Now I must finish up this project by adding the backing, and facing the edges....but I have some trim that will look so good going around the perimeter of the quilt...not a binding, not a border, just a little outline...which of course must be beaded and embroidered. That will be another three days' work or so...
I am having trouble saying "good-bye" to this quilt, can you tell?..... ;-)