My original plan was to add beads all around the edge of the block with no frame, but as I started, it just looked so barren. It really really needed a frame, so I re-worked my plan.
But first, the fun stuff!
7. Embroidery, add beads and buttons, etc.
8. Cut a piece of stiff but thin interfacing and a piece of batting larger than the finished block will be. Wrap interfacing with the backing fabric, mitering the corners.
9. Wrap the batting with the finished block, mitering the corners. Pin them together and blind stitch the block to the backing.
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