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FWMI14458 Search Press Ltd

Twenty to Make Jelly Roll Scraps

by Search Press Ltd
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  • 20 quick and easy sewing projects using left-over scraps of fabric from your Jelly Rolls.

    Quilters and patchworkers all over the world are familiar with Jelly Rolls - bundles of coordinating fabrics manufactured by Moda, pre-cut into useful 2½in (6.5cm) strips. But what do you do with all those left-over pieces once you've made your patchwork quilt? Instead of assigning them to the waste bin, save them up and you will soon have enough to stitch at least one of the fun projects in this book. Using simple sewing, quilting and patchwork techniques, there are twenty projects to choose from, including stylish cushions, pretty little bags and a handy pincushion, all of which are quick and easy to make. If you don't use Jelly Rolls, any odd scraps of fabric can be used instead - just cut them to size and away you go! All the templates are provided as well as some basic tips and techniques, and each project is accompanied by a list of the materials and tools you need, and clear, step-by-step instructions.

    • 20 fun sewing, quilting and patchwork projects, all quick and easy to make
    • Ideal for using left-over scraps of Jelly Rolls and other pieces of fabrics
    • Suitable for sewers of all abilities

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    ISBN 13:9781844489466

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  • Book Pages:48
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    FWMI14458

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