Connie also a fellow Island Batik Ambassador and she will be sharing her blog hop post the day as mine. If you haven't done so before, take a look on Wed. to see what she makes from her fabrics.
Additional ideas for left over batting. The first one is from Maria who shares a link for a free tutorial on joining batting pieces. https://bit.ly/2TpRx9w - For other free tutorials from TQPM, (The Quilt Pattern Magazine) copy and paste this link. - http://www.quiltpatternmagazine.com/pdfs/tutorials/index.html
Farm Quilter also joins pieces and here is her method and comment as well as a suggestion for another use.
I piece my extra batting together with a large zigzag stitch and make new batting for quilts. I like dense quilting and have never been able to tell the difference between a solid piece of batting and pieced batting in a quilt. It also works quilt well instead of a Swiffer pad...you know how well everything sticks to batting!!
I am going to make a cover for my Swiffer style mop and see how it works. I like the idea of everything sticking to it as we get a lot of little bits of wood on the floor every time a new load is brought in for the stove. And, wouldn't it be a great solution for picking up pet hair.
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I finished organizing my quilt fabric and now have to decide what to do with the flannel. I will fold and store somewhere but have decided where the where will be.
It is a blustery evening so a good place to be is near the wood stove.