that you can whip up in an afternoon?
OK, we’ve ALL got them 😉
Spoiler – I’ve included a colouring page to help you do just that!
scraps left over from the Spring is in the Air quilt and I wanted to continue playing!
me to see what else I could create that would be entirely different.
had to whip up the instructions to share it with you.
and explore what the design would look like using just solids in shades of
greens and blues from RJR Fabrics Cotton Supreme Solids collection.
I wanted to give you different visuals, so you could consider what look best
fit with your creative exploration.
entirely scrappy too and use up some of those bits sitting in your scrap fabric
stash! Who doesn’t need a project to help diminish that pile?!
your own personal touches, this quilt makes for a perfect wall hanging. Hang it
in your studio. Your living room. Your bedroom. Anywhere that you want to
inject a little of your own personality and admire your creative work!
perfect gift for that someone who seems to already have everything 😉
Everyone deserve a little handmade goodness in their life! Show them you care and make them their very own wall hanging!
shower and in need of a gift ideas, there are instructions on how to turn this mini into the perfect crib
quilt. You could always add some embroidery to make it extra special for the nursery.
at 36” x 52”.
|Created by Brooke from Oh Sew Brooke
various florals from Bari J. fabrics. She described it as “windows looking into
a garden”. How fab is that?!
put your own stamp on it and make it truly uniquely your own.
your creativity! Your quilting can add a whole other layer of dimension!
texture with some big stitch hand quilting?! Those little stitches add just the
right amount of personality and draw your eye even further into the pattern
design. Here is a full list of pearl cotton thread resources to help you get started.
fabric for the backing, but this is another opportunity to bust through your fabric scrap
stash. You could use up the leftover fabric from piecing the front (which is what you see
here). Or combine remnants from another project that coordinates. And remember, if
you plan on using this as a wall hanging, the back won’t be seen very often.
So, don’t stress. Have fun. And maybe even give improv quilting a go!
know it, you too will have a perfect finished quilt without it ever hitting
your WIP pile 😊
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