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Dresden Plate Design.

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Scrap Quilting taught by Pepper Cory

Make beautiful quilts out of the fabrics you have on hand with Pepper Cory's waste not, want not approach to traditional quilting.

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Category Quilting
Type Quilt
Style Eco-Friendly, Traditional
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What materials did you use? Mostly made of a mix of cottons from shirts and bits of material I was just going to throw away. The back ground fabric is one hundred percent nylon of the thick verity which I bought from a mill, £2.50p for two and a half meters, not bad eh, but I thought it a difficult colour to match with other coloured materials....Pale blue was good. The back is made from a duvet cover 100% cotton which I bought from a second hand shop for £1.50p.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? If you buy second hand duvet covers to cut up to help with your stash....PLEASE look at them very carefully because they could be well worn and stained.

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come back to this one

08/13/2014 Flag