The fat quarter projects continue. I think this challenge may have resulted in some of the most useful projects we’ve had yet.
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All the square are done for my quilting class, yeah! Now is the fun of hand sewing them together & sewing on the border. It’s a little tricky as the squares did not all come out the exact 1... Mar 11, 2011 4 Comments
Green it’s the color of spring, infamous M&Ms;, very hungry caterpillars, St. Patrick’s Day and, it’s the theme for this week’s challenge! It might not be easy being green but ... Mar 10, 2011 4 Comments
In honor of Mardi Gras (in the Quarter, Fat Tuesday…) we were asked to make something out of a “Fat Quarter”. This is a quilting term for fabric that is 18 x 22.
We were allowed to ... Mar 09, 2011 No Comments
This week on Iron Craft I challenge everyone to make something using a fat quarter of fabric. They could use any other craft supplies in the project but only 18″ x 22″ of fabric. For my pr... Mar 09, 2011 8 Comments
This week we asked the Iron Crafters to create something from no more than one fat quarter (18″ x 22″) of fabric. They could add other craft supplies but no more fabric. The amount of fabr... Mar 08, 2011 2 Comments
Ok, I am addicted to working on my hexagon flower quilt. I kind of rushed right in & started sewing flowers together only to find out my layout was going to leave some weird open hexagons. So, I c... Mar 07, 2011 3 Comments
Hi everyone! I’m Marielle – or Marri for short – or some of you might know me as subliminalrabbit. I live in sunny Santa Monica, California with my fiance, two cats, and a rabbit,... Mar 07, 2011 2 Comments
For some of you a “Fat Quarter” is a foreign term. We could be talking about pizza for all you know! I thought I would offer one little idea, and see if it brought inspiration to you if ... Mar 05, 2011 5 Comments