Quilt makers, I need your scrap quilt input! - Wise Craft Handmade
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Quilt makers, I need your scrap quilt input!

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I am making a new version of my Nuts and Bolts quilt pattern (edited to add this pattern is done, tested, and available in my shop as a downloadable PDF). Last time it was made from baby clothes, this time it will be a very scrappy quilt version, out of every single favorite fabric I own (close up image of the new version in work above). Beloved scraps, vintage feedbacks, bits of clothing prints…if I adore it and have enough to make a square, it’s going in. After spending the morning, grabbing and cutting fabric, listening to the new season of Serial, without giving too much thought to what I was cutting into, I only later noticed that I clearly have a thing for small florals. I already knew this on some level, of course, but its interesting to see how my subconscious creative brain defines “beloved fabrics”.
I am in the process of redoing all my quilt patterns. If you have 5 minutes, I would love your input. I have created a quick survey (survey completed, thank you!) and would love you to take it! I’ve already had some very valuable feedback from my pattern testers, who are awesome! (If you are interested in being a pattern tester for future patterns, sign up here, I’d love to have you!). Your input will help a great deal as I expand my pattern line in 2016 (and as I edit my book).
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Happy Monday!