Scraps Tote

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This tote first started coming together in April, but was set aside for other projects. It caught my eye the other day. I scoped out the previous work, and found I was at the final steps of construction. The instructions are from The School of Sewing.

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Free motion quilting is the best, and I love working on improving my skills.

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Most of the scraps came from a baby quilt I finished in March.

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The fabric scraps are mostly from Lizzy House’s line Natural History. A great line with playful fabrics that I love.

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What have you been working on? Thanks for stopping by.

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15 thoughts on “Scraps Tote

  1. Hi M, I love the tote-the fabrics are great. I like your machine quilting, especially the stars and circles, your stitching is looking nice and even. I had a great time at Superbuzzy today, wish we could spend more time there together πŸ™‚
    I’m finishing a gray, yellow, white flannel baby quilt. Will send photos…

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  2. Looks great! And, yes, your machine quilting looks wonderful! I’m currently working on a hexagon quilt from dress fabric scraps. I’ve got about half of it cut out. I’m sure it will be awhile in the making.

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