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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 Traditional, Eco-Friendly
L. Homer on craftsy.com

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.

L. Homer on craftsy.com

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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08/13/2014 Flag

Hey L !!! I follow you know......and you are gifted ! Love your creations ! AND because of you I found all the Free Craftsy Quilting classes ! Do you think that if I buy a second machine I can sew twice as fast ? LOL Thanks for sharing all your artwork !!! (for real)

11/03/2014 Flag

Aaah! Thank you, your so sweet. I`m so happy for you that you found the Craftsy classes. I find them so helpful and it`s just like having a grandma at hand to show me how to do things. Sadly, I don`t think you will be able to sew twice as fast with two machines unless your an octopus. Please post your pictures, I would very much like to see what you are doing.

11/07/2014 Flag