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Scrap quilt

Added Jul 15, 2008

by cathysews

Portsmouth, Unit...

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Description

I made this quilt from all my left overs ( there are tons of those!!) Each piece is a ‘sloped’ rectangle, sewn together in rows first. Then sew each row together. Each year i make another quilt for the house ( oh my poor husband !) and I was trying to reduce my fabric, that is hidden all over the house. Its about the size of a double bed.

Material Notes

As its my leftovers, its a mixture of cotton, cordoroy, wool. Some beautiful japanese fabric in there too. I backed it with some really bright orange Amy Butler fabric ( not shown )

Difficulty

Novice

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    Jul 20, 2008, 03.52 AMby podge

    I am really loving this. I would to make a quilt one day, they all seem so neat I don’t know if my would turn out se metrical, my friend is having a baby so I might make one for her first and that way I’m starting off small, before I attempt one for our super king bed!!!

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    Jul 15, 2008, 03.37 PMby mjb14

    really cool – i have only been game to make a quilt with basic squares at this stage. Would love to try something like this one day.

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    Jul 15, 2008, 12.06 PMby judith1990

    nice idea! :)

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