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Art Quilt Pot Holders

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Created in this Craftsy class

Art Quilt Backgrounds: Beyond Log Cabin taught by Judith Trager

Cut loose, cut wonky and create a work of art with Judith Trager.

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Casual, Funky
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What materials did you use? !00 % cotton from my quilting scraps

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What are you most proud of? Selecting bold color and pattern fabrics. Not feeling had I to do the matchy matchy thing.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Have fun!!!

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They look great! Now, make some more! Judith

03/09/2013 Flag

Judith, You have change my quilting life with your class. I am doing the happy dance.

03/15/2013 Flag

I love all the bright colors you used. I would be proud to have made or display potholders like these.

03/10/2013 Flag

Karen, Thank you. Bright bold colors are mood lifters for me.

03/15/2013 Flag

These caught my eye right away. I have always been a traditional, old fashioned, square edge quilter, But, you have completely changed my mind! Love, love, love these! Keep up the great work-look forward to seeing more of your projects.

03/12/2013 Flag

Thanks Jojo, It is so much fun to step out of the box and away from the ruler.

03/15/2013 Flag

Very pretty. I keep watching the video, but I am afraid to make the plunge. Maybe this will push me.

03/17/2013 Flag

Thank you. Go for it. You will love it. I have seen your projects from other class they are fabulous.

03/17/2013 Flag

You know, I thought the same thing...then I started making the 6 blocks...I'm hooked! I can hardly wait to start the batik blocks!

03/18/2013 Flag

I am thinking about making something like this. My kitchen has the same color scheme as your quilted pot holders :)

09/28/2015 Flag

Watching the bright colors come together was the best part. This class teaches you how to let go and just let it happen.

09/28/2015 Flag