In the heartwarming world of quilting, each stitch and piece of fabric holds the potential to tell a story, create warmth, and bring joy. Yet, many of us find ourselves hesitating, haunted by the concern of fabric waste.
Leftover quilts are what I call those tops made from bits and pieces of patchwork blocks, binding and fabric that didn’t make it to the original quilt. Kinda like stash-busting doing improv piecing, but using the fabric that coordinates and is too much for the scrap bucket. The quilt I’m featuring in this post had
Lavender sachets are perfect for your linen drawer, delicates and gifting with a quilt. It is very simple to make, and the kids can join in. This is also a great way to teach future quilters how to sew a straight line. You will be churning out dozens of these, so make sure you have
We are already in October, and I am sure a lot of us are busy with handmade Christmas gifts, right? Something simple to make, and reusable, are notebook covers. I love having a special notebook cover, and I change them regularly – something along the lines of one in the wash, one in the cupboard