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Scrap busting coasters

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Casual
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What was your source for this quilting project? Other
Tell us more about what inspired you. Malka Dubrawsky's book 'Fresh Quilting'.

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What materials did you use? Cotton scraps from my stash

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What are you most proud of? Making the bias binding - I've bound lots of quilts but never with bias.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Don't cut up yardage for these -it's amazing how little a scrap can be and still be used.

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Love these!

03/30/2015 Flag

is this a free pattern ????

03/31/2015 Flag

I adapted it from Malka Dubrawsky's book 'Fresh Quilting' which I borrowed from the library. So yes, it was free.

03/31/2015 Flag

Kathy P, she said she adapted a pattern from Malka Dubrawsky's book 'Fresh Quilting', which she found in her public library. It looks as if she pieced some small squares (maybe 5 1/2 or 6 inches), and quilted them with a closed spiral. Then I think she cut out circles about 5" from her squares and bound them with bias binding. (I am just guessing on the dimensions based on putting one of my cups down on a pot holder, allowing room on each side, and measuring. She probably made her own bias binding from a coordinating fabric, but you could use purchased bias binding as well. Good luck making them.

04/01/2015 Flag

WHERE CAN I GET THE FREE PATTERN ,PLEASE & THANK YOU

04/01/2015 Flag

WHERE CAN I GET THE FREE PATTERN, PLEASE & THANK YOU .I JUST LOVE THEM

04/01/2015 Flag

This pattern was adapted from one in Malka Dubrawsky's book 'Fresh Quilting'.

04/01/2015 Flag