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Fat Quarterly: Issue 16 – Scraps
The latest issue packed with Patterns to help you use up your scraps!
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Fat Quarterly Issue 16 – Scraps
It’s the beginning of 2014 and time to start using up all those leftover scraps from 2013. Pull out your scrap bins and be inspired by the fabulous patterns in issue 16. You’ll find in this issue quilts, pillows, and other small projects all designed to make a dent in your leftover fabric scraps. We hope issue 16 will be a source of inspiration to you – and remember to share photos of your Projects in our Flickr Group or by using the instagram #fatquarterly hashtag.
10 new quilt designs
a fabulous bag pattern from the talented Sara Lawson
Fat Quarterly is an e-zine (electronic magazine) for modern sewists, by modern sewists. It was started by members of the online modern quilting community to share project ideas and inspiration with other members of the community.
New issues of Fat Quarterly are released four times per year, and you can purchase both current and previous issues by visiting our “Buy Now” page. Each issue is chock full of original patterns and project ideas compiled in collaboration with fellow members of the creative community, features of new and upcoming fabric lines, articles about developments in the sewing and quilting industry, and interviews with some of the freshest voices in the community.
The Fat Quarterly team consists of Tacha Bruecher, Brioni Greenberg, and Lynne Goldsworthy. The three met via various online quilting bees and swaps and shared a common admiration for one anothers’ style and aesthetic.
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