Today's Quilter

Spring (stash) clean



Besides being obsessed with fabric, most quilters are also thrifty creatures who amass enormous stashes of fabric scraps. Thank heavens for scrappy quilting! Sherri McConnell, quilt creator and fabric designer for Moda, has a fabulous(soon to be published), which features a dozen scrappy projects for your home, from throws to wallhangings. Sherri has also included a section on how to organise your scraps and choose how to use them.

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