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May 20, 2021
Willy Nilly String Quilt Tutorial from A Little Bit Biased

Want to turn a pile of fabric scraps into a fun, vintage-inspired quilt?

Do you like fast and easy projects?  Do stress about cutting straight or
having a super accurate seam allowance?  Do you need a mindless sewing project?  
If you answered yes to any of the above questions then my 
Willy Nilly String Quilt tutorial is for you!  
It's a fun, beginner-friendly pattern that uses up a lot of scraps!

Finished block size = 6" x 6"
Finished quilt size = 51” x 60½”

Materials needed:
Approximately 3 yards of assorted bright scraps
1 3/4 yards of background fabric ...

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May 14, 2021
Hands 2 Help - progress from Sew Sunshine

I continued my scrap usage when making this little baby quilt for the H2H quilt drive.

Mine is going to Little Lambs. I know so many quilt makers that are sending several but I was only able to get this one done in time. Truthfully I support a local Quilt for Kids group and have already delivered several to them this year. 

 I used a free pattern over at Sew kind of wonderful for this tree. It was great because I already had sorted a bunch of 2.5" strips into scrap piles and that is just what this quilt ...

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November 17, 2020
How to Quilt As You Go - Time Saving Scrap Buster Technique from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hello Makers,

I am so excited about our brand new Youtube Series called Quilting Tips! In this playlist my mission is to cover all the basics every beginner quilter should know to jump start them on their quilting journey and to have them making finished quilts in no time!

Today’s new video is about Quilting As You Go!  Grab a piece of batting and pull out your scrap bin because not only is this process a great scrap buster but it saves you the extra steps of having to quilt your project after you have pieced it together. Quilting ...

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September 1, 2020
How to Sew a Pieced Reusable Face Mask from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hello Sewing Friends,

The way we run our lives have drastically changed in the past several months. I never thought in my lifetime that I would have to worry about whether or not I have a mask in my bag before I leave the house in order to go about my day. If grocery shopping wasn’t already stressful enough now we have to make sure we have our masks, stay 6 feet apart and try not to touch to many things and itch our faces!!!  In the long term all of this is not hard to follow if it ...

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