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Strip Your Stash taught by Nancy Smith

Liberate your stash with this timesaving quilting class! Learn how to sew leftover fabric into strip sets, then make six quilt designs and five other fun projects.

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Category Quilting
Type Quilt
Style Whimsical
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What materials did you use? Cotton fabrics from my stash.

patchedpastor on craftsy.com

Looks amazing, you've inspired me to get sewing my strip sets together!

04/04/2014 Flag

Sometimes I think novelty prints and highly saturated fabrics, which I have in great abundance, are a little overwhelming. I'm always trying to figure out how to tone them down.. like with gray, or cream... I must say this quilt is way more successful than anything I've tried so far. It looks balanced as far as color goes. I was afraid if I stripped all my highly saturated fabrics I'd never use the yardage, but I've changed my mind!

04/23/2014 Flag

Amazing quilt.

07/08/2014 Flag

I LOVE bright colours and I think yours turned out really well. I love how you used the lime as a neutral. geat Job

01/06/2015 Flag

Wonderful use of this block, beautiful! Also love the insets in a contrasting color, really makes the whole quilt POP......nice work, thanks for sharing.

01/23/2015 Flag