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Swap piece for the PQ food swap for RayR00. She loves asian food, so I used a disposable chopstick wrapper as base for the pattern. I love the cheaply printed illustrations on these wrappers and I think it’s a pity they usually get thrown away without a closer look.

It is slighlty larger then the original size of the wrapper because I couldn’t stitch as tiny and still make the letters readable. I also had to simplify the dragon and the phoenix a little. Still there are some of the tiniest stiches I ever made, I think.

Orchestra swaps sheet music for the Galaxy Note 10.1
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