I surprised myself how much I loved to cut all these pieces – 4.5 yards of fabric.
I am anxious to piece them- I am making a two-color quilt. I hardly found a 2.5 yard piece of fabric in my stash. It’s green, of course.
It has to be washed and bound by Friday! Let’s see if I can do it.
Do you use price tags? I find a use for them all the time!
Let’s sew now!
Edited to add:
Click here to see the finished quilt.
Da bin ich aber gespannt!!!!
Awesome tip! I never thought about price tags. GREAT idea and they aren't costly at all which is another bonus. I have packs of those colored dots which are similar to price tags, only round instead. I used to use those all the time years ago when I had a licensed home daycare. Now I know how to get rid of all those things. Thank you so much for this idea.
With all those different sizes you have cut, I can't wait to see what you're working on now.
Marjorie's Busy Corner says
Like Vicki, never thought of using price tags . Great idea!!
Pieces of Cotton says
Price tags are a great idea. I've tried post it notes, but they don't stick as well, so I've mostly gone with bits of paper pinned on, but I wasn't crazy about the pins. I think your price tags are just the answer.
Wow! By Friday? You must be fast!
I've never seen price tags like that! I like them!
Renata's arts and crafts says
Hi Geta , thanks for the tip with the tags , very good idea.And Yes you can do this quilt by Friday girl just don't stay online ….
Clever idea about the price tags I often use masking tape but the tags will be easier! Looking forward to the Friday Finish!