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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Whimsical, Retro / Vintage
Stefanie Japel on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Leftover quilting scraps.

Stefanie Japel on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? I'm proud of the speed with which this came together. Literally 2 hours from conception to completion.

Stefanie Japel on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Just wing it! The only measuring I did was to lay my computer on top of the scrap of patchwork to see if it fit.

Stefanie Japel on craftsy.com

Love it!! Goodwill or Salvation Army would be a great place to get padded placemats or a baby quilt that is not so babyish, or a reversible twin quilt and make extras for gifts. Add rickrack or other decorations.....you have my mind tinking of all the possibilities!! Thanks!!

07/12/2014 Flag

Is there a fee for joining?

07/13/2014 Flag

Please keep me in touch I am very interested in joining a Quilting Club, my sister runs 3 Clubs in NZ she took me to one on my last holidays in April I really enjoyed it Thanks Jenn 0401 640 549

07/18/2014 Flag

I love this! Great job Stefanie :)

08/05/2014 Flag

I have finally given up knitting a $400 Alice Starmore sweater. She is impossible. However I have the body done(Faire isle, 27 colors) and I have blocked it to be made into the most expensive, intricate iPad cover of all times. I have sewn the steaks and cut and now, once again Alive has terrified me. Do any of you have any hints or references for sewing knitted ex-sweaters? I would really appreciate it if you do. I shall post a picture of the block if that at would help. Thanks, sisters!

08/24/2014 Flag