Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Strip quilts. Get inspired and try out new things.
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...
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How to make a patchwork quilt. Spin Me Round Quilt Pattern - Step 4
Linda Crow saved to Quilting IV
I am sharing 10 free Jelly Roll Patterns with you today that are my favorites from around the internet. Beautiful patterns that aren't complicated!
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Wonderful Absolutely Free scrappy Quilting Style Scrap fabric scrappy quilts ideas 19. Gain More 65+ Simple Scrap Fabric Scrappy Quilts Pattern Idea #Absolutely #Free #Quilting #scrappy #Style #Wonderful
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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.
Jelly roll quilts are easy to make and stitch together in a flash. Here are a few of my favorite free patterns to help you stitch up a storm.
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I'm all about saving time and money. When I first heard of chain-piecing, I really latched onto it. I discovered that not only did it p...
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Half square triangles are a popular component in many different quilt designs. Learn a fun, new way to make them using a technique known as tube quilting- Ashley Hough shows you how. To use the method of tube quilting to make half square triangles, you must first start with two strips of fabric. You can either cut a strip of fabric your desired width or you can use a pre-cut strip of fabric. Ashley uses a pre-cut strip of fabric known as a jelly roll for this tube quilting demonstration.
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The vortex quilt project was a great scrap buster. I got 2 quilts out of that project. But for some reason, after all the mess all over my sewing room, and working several months on those vortex quilts, I still had a huge pile of scraps!! They just seemed to multiply!!! So I decided to try scrap strips instead to see if I could lesson my scrap mountain. I put my scraps into piles strips that were about the same length. I had 6 or 7 piles of different lengths. I pulled two from the first pile…
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Hello hello! I’ve been lucky enough to have had the chance to play with Tilda’s new fabric range Harvest…
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