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Quilt-As-You-Go Potholder

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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
Style Whimsical
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What materials did you use? Fabric scraps from Craftsy 2013 BOM

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What are you most proud of? Learning the quilt-as-you-go technique! I am now working on the Tinker Tote. And having a lot of fun. Best of all... I found my new sewing machine! My little old Janome has been a workhorse, but there are many features lacking. I love,love,love the Juki that Tara uses in this class. It is straight-stitch, only, fast as lightening, and I am in heaven with the knee-lift presser foot and the automatic thread cutter. Perfect for my needs! :)

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Love the patchwork center!!

07/15/2013 Flag

Thanks, Tara! I LOVED your class... Will be binding my Tinker Tote soon! :)

07/15/2013 Flag

Now that is one cool potholder! As usual, your eye for design was totally working!

07/18/2013 Flag

Thanks, Darne!

07/23/2013 Flag

very smart

07/19/2013 Flag

Thank you!

07/23/2013 Flag

Just love this! I"m definitely going to have to take this class!!

07/19/2013 Flag

PS- How did you make the loop to hang it?

07/20/2013 Flag

Jean, it has been a very good class for me! Tara Rebman also demonstrates QAYG with free-motion. Looks so easy. I wish I had more time to sew! Lol! The potholder loop is a piece of bias tape that I made as a "test" -- (it had been many years since I cut my own bias tape!) I just stitched together one side, then made a loop and added it in when I sewed on the binding. I left it longer than ordinary, and like that it is big-enough to hook over a cabinet knob. -- it is just a coincidence that the black spots meet up with a matching piece in the potholder...

07/23/2013 Flag

yours looks so good'taking class but working on another project thanks for sharing sew sew Peggy

07/29/2013 Flag

Thanks, Peggy This was a quick and fun project!

07/31/2013 Flag