More fat quarter projects for the day.
Here are cute dresses made from fat quarters. This one uses five of them.
|The Mother Huddle|
This one uses two of them.
|Polka Dot Chair|
These are really cute key chains. Maybe I should upgrade to these because my plethora of retail scan tags is just not pretty. The tutorial is here.
Fat quarter quilt ~ Perfect for little ones! I like the simplicity of it, and how it would be easy to sew fat quarters together to recreate this piece.
I love circles, and I love this quilt by The Purl Bee.
This quilt involves sewing strips of fabric together, so you can really customize the look of this piece. I really like the color combination too.
Sachiko, from Tea Rose Home, makes a killer scarf using five fat quarters! Must. Make. Now.
How about a fat quarter purse to accessorize with?
|Made by Rae|
Tutorial for a fat quarter purse.
French Press cozy (You could also make one for you mug.)
Fat quarter skirt. (I'm not sure if this would fit around my hips . . . but you've got to love the idea, right? :) lol
I know summer has ended, but this bag is multifunctional. You could tote it around to other places other than the beach.
|2 Little Hooligans|
These burp cloths would make a great gift.
Who doesn't love Amy Butler and all her fabulousness? She offers a really cute option.
Small and large porfolios.
Enter this link into your bar, and you should have a free pattern in PDF come up.
I should make this Kindle cover for my hubby but with a more masculine print. lol :)
You can see other fat quarter projects here , here, and here.
My quilting book released Sept. 24, 2015 and is on Amazon. Check it out!