I am following Elizabeth Hartman's tutorial using fusible interfacing to make 100 square blocks. The technique is just awesome. I needed to start by making myself a pressing board. A quick trip to Home Depot and I had a piece of plywood. Some spare fabric, batting, a staple gun and good ole' duct tape (my Dad's fave) and I am set!
So when I started cutting my scraps up, I thought I might have enough for two or three 100 square blocks. I had enough to make 12! So depending on layout, I could make one or two quilt tops... Any layout ideas for me?
Wow, that looks impressive! There are some great scraps in there :)ReplyDelete
This is awesome! I love this method of joining lots of tiny blocks. My go-to size is 1" finished though... :) I like everything tiny. A question though - how much did the board cost? I don't have a staple gun so I guess I'd have to invest in one of those - but I never know what I'm doing when I go to the hardware store for wood. :)ReplyDelete
1"!Think I will try 2" first :) I didn't know what I was doing when I went to Home deopt either. I just asked for a 2x2 piece of plywood and they had them already pre-cut. It was $6. I borrowed the staple gun.ReplyDelete
I love all of you fabric! I'm your newest follower :)ReplyDelete
Shannon @ Sewing Barefoot
Welome Shannon! So great to have you here:)I follow you too!Delete