This cute mini quilt is perfect for using up your scraps! Timtex interfacing is used in place of cotton batting to stiffen the quilt, making it easy to display as art for your Fall table.
Simple to put together using fusible applique, you can make this in an afternoon! You can of course, replace the Timtex with regular batting to make it into a mug rug or wallhanging.
Have fun and please post your completed projects!
Hi! My name is Tanesha, otherwise known as CraftyGardenMom. I am a wife, mom of 2 girls, full-time book buyer, part-time crafter of all kinds of things. I have been sewing for over 30 years, quilting ...
Hi! My name is Tanesha, otherwise known as CraftyGardenMom. I am a wife, mom of 2 girls, full-time book buyer, part-time crafter of all kinds of things. I have been sewing for over 30 years, quilting for at least 20. I enjoy all aspects of quilting, particularly making art quilts using fusible applique. I have a podcast (CraftyGardenMom on iTunes) where I share just about everything going on in my life, with an emphasis on what I'm making, the books I'm reading, and the classic movies I'm watching. If you've never listened to a podcast before - I HIGHLY recommend it as a pleasant way to pass the time while making your Craftsy projects! Stop by my blog, craftygardenmom.com and let me know what you think, and what you're working on. I truly love to hear from fellow crafters.View all patterns by designer (3) »