You finish one sewing or quilting project and there’s a ton of scraps left over – what do you do with them?
Sharing my way of categorizing different sizes of scrap fabric and what types of projects I tend to use them for. Also a quick tutorial for making quilted hexagon mug rugs / hot pads and coasters.
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Hexagon templates (I worked up a template with two sizes very close to what I used)
Download HERE – print at 100% / actual size
Cotton fabric scraps of various sizes (for backing you’ll need at least an 11 inch square for the mug rugs / hot pads)
Oasis Fat Quarter Bundle (14) by Pippa Shaw for FIGO Fabrics
Canvas fabric – 7 oz. cotton duck
Insul-Bright polyester insulated batting
Clover Air Erasable Marking Pen
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