Scrap quilt patterns
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Tutorial on how to use scraps of fabrics to make a magic quilt that sews itself as you are making another quilt.
My self-imposed ban on blog reading and posting is over as Lent ends tonight. I was only posting finishes on my blog, since this is m...
Patty Eick saved to Quilt Inspiration
I taught a series of classes in Atlanta that used Kaffe Fassett fabrics. As you can imagine, we had leftovers! After about 5 workshops I dev...
Linda Weber saved to Quilt block tutorial
Last year, I cleaned out and got rid of most of my fabric stash. (Read about that here). I didn't touch my scraps though. I can't bring myself to get rid of them because someday I'll make a postage stamp quilt or a string quilt or a scrappy something! (Maybe I'll design a quilt meant to use scraps...hmm...) In the ba
Judi Baxter saved to QUILTING/SEWING
Help! The fabric is not enough to back a quilt. Is that you? Check out 5 ways to make a quilt back large enough with the stash you have.
Darlene DONALDSON saved to Quilt backing
Hello hello! I’ve been lucky enough to have had the chance to play with Tilda’s new fabric range Harvest…
diane mangus saved to quilts and more
Looking for a quick quilt to make for that upcoming special occasion ? Look no further - here is a list of 11 quilts you can whip up in a weekend !
Collette Arkens saved to quilting
Fabric scraps can easily accumulate if you are a sewer or crafter, but can also be incredibly useful to make fun projects inexpensively. My friend is currently sewing up the cutest owl pillow (see #2) and it got me thinking - how fun to be able to have fabric scraps around the house, so you can whip up a fun gift for just pennies. I rounded up some other great scrap fabric projects to use up those scraps and thought you might enjoy them too! 21 Fantastic Ways to Use Up Fabric Scraps 1. How…
Karen Shoda saved to Making jewelry
A few years ago I fell in love with scrap quilting, mostly because I hate waste. My issue though was my obsession with making things match. As I have progressed in the world of quilting, the ability to let go in scrap quilts and allow them to form has become easier. I have had to learn to separate my quilting into two forms, the beautiful matching blended creation and the random scrap quilt. Since one of my goals AGAIN this year is to use up my ever building pile of scraps, the Project…
Bea Barker saved to Scrap quilts