Added Dec 5, 2013
This is a quick and easy project that can be used as gifts or in my case to sell at a brunch fundraiser. There are several tutorials online to make these in many different ways. I used the tutorial here: http://www.alderwoodquilts.com/shopping/Product.asp?ID=FreeTissueCover
You can use scrap fabric or fat quarters to make this project.
Start with 3 pieces of fabric– approximately 8”x9”. The measurement doesn’t have
to be exact because it will be trimmed smaller. The main fabric is on top– right side
up. The contrasting fabric will be the lining– placed on the bottom– right side down.
Cut your fabric piece to measure 6”x7”.
Cut 2 pieces of contrast fabric 2”x6”, this will be your edge binding.
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