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Fun little quilt   General Discussion

Started Feb-23 by Dee in TX (DBRADFOR3); 361 views.

here is the video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ghg7aXt6qMc

here is the free instructions: https://jordanfabrics.com/pages/jagged-xs

From Jordan fabrics, fun way to use up small-ish scraps.  It does generate those little waste triangles  - I've got to get over saving those silly things. 

5dogmom (CRISR5)

From: 5dogmom (CRISR5)

Feb-23

That IS fun!  Love the color scheme!

Cris in MT

 

I love her site. Great fun looking pattern!

You can save them for me.  Hah!  They are good for the corners of string quilts, or for crumb quilts, but I know those are not the kind of quilts that interest you much.  I am not very fussy about precision or perfection, or whether I have matching points, etc. -- I just hate to throw away any strips or scraps, because (1) fabric is expensive, and that includes those little triangles - haha; and (2) I can think of ways to use all of it.  LOL  

I do have a few baggies with them - I will save them for you - or Sharon E.  I know she is probably still having fun with crumbs.  I made one quilt a while back with 1" finished HST and do not ever plan to do another.  That is about the size you end up when you trim from a 2.5" strip.

I'm itching to try it but my 2.5 scraps are all back in the closet and I am not supposed to walk on the tile for another day...  guess I'll keep working on the hand piecing.

bornblesse2

From: bornblesse2

Feb-25

When I dig in my scraps again, I will have to see what I find.

right now, I have all kinds of bits and pieces to finish up.

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