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Quilt-As-You-Go Patchwork Bags taught by Tara Rebman

Add spontaneous piecing to your bag of quilting tricks and make a beautiful patchwork tote designed by Tara Rebman.

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Ladymax on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? cotton scraps

Ladymax on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? My bonding around the corners is not too bad, and now I have done it once, I will do more curves and get better. I have never seen anyone do this.

Ladymax on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? It really is fun and I always like quilt as you go.

Ladymax on craftsy.com

This looks great! Did you enjoy the process?

06/06/2013 Flag

Yes I did and I am already laying out my bag. This is a terrific and easy quilt as you go method. Do you have patterns or books for sale.

06/06/2013 Flag

Love your pot holder! Nice quilting. I find binding on small projects more challenging than big quilts. I actually used a 2 inch double folded binding on my maple leafs rug mats. I sewed really close to the edges and did it like I would for a quilt. I found the sewing the binding together at the end the most challenging.

06/10/2013 Flag

Thanks for the tip. I will use it next time. No more pot holders, but I want to make mug rugs for gifts.

06/11/2013 Flag

I too have problems binding small projects when they have a loop at the corner, as in this potholder! Have not found a good instruction yet that finished this off smoothly :(

07/16/2013 Flag

MANY THANKS, RACHIELEE

06/16/2013 Flag

This is so adorable, I love 'quilt as you go' projects. Must sign up for this class.

07/16/2013 Flag

The course is very informative. I have some of my bag done, and must get back to it.

07/16/2013 Flag

Great work love your fabric choice.

10/04/2013 Flag

Thank you

10/04/2013 Flag