Thursday, May 6, 2010

Fabric Scrap series - Pot holder

You know it's high time to tackle the mounting scrap fabrics when you can no longer close the cabinet door that contains the scrap stash *sigh*

So, during the long holidays here in Japan recently (5 days), I brought the the whole stash and practically just dumped it right in the middle of the living room. That way, I figured I would just HAVE to face the truth and do something about the whole thing..
The first thing I made using shades of blue from my scrap stash is a quilted pot holder. A very simple and quick project. I made everything from scraps, the log cabin patchwork (for more ideas head over here), binding and even the batting are scraps joined together (read more here).  
Stay tuned for more project ideas made from fabric scrapsPin It


mama nuriel said...

nampak kemas jew....saya punya selalu senget benget.....banyak nak kena improve ni......

a.n.i.Q.u.e said...

sweeeetttttttt ........!!! I want the one with all the cute ducks !!!

pasti bila ada quilt holder lawa akan membuatkan kita suka berada di dapur ... not to cook .. but to just gaze at the creations .. hahaha


Zura said...

cantik! i love log cabin, senang and the result always neat :)

My Botang said...

mama nuriel - x pe.. mula-2 mmg senget, with practice nnt straight la tu.. but the log cabin doesnt have to be perfect squares, you can make them wonky log cabin which is fun and creative and not too rigid..

anique - hehehe kan.. i suka all the cute stuff for the kitchen..bukan rajin masak pun :D

Zura - the easiest project and the end result is not dissapointing.. kang nak buat dresden or cathederal windows kang x jadik nnt tensen jek..uhuhuh


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