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Free Tutorial - Mini Scrap Quilt Block by Amy Smart

Want to turn some of your scraps into something adorable and unique? Take a look at this fantastic design by Amy Smart from Diary of a Quilter. She uses foundation paper piecing (if you're unfamiliar with that method, she demonstrates nicely, but here is a video tutorial that can help as well) and has excellent photos and descriptions. More from Amy:

"This is a simple project for using fabric scraps. I’ve shared it previously as part of scrap-busting series but never on my blog so I figured while I was away at Quilt Market this weekend, it would be a good time.This project is for a 15” x 15” mini quilt, but of course you can make use this concept to make any size quilt or quilt blocks. This is a great project for using all kinds of random scrap sizes. This method is called “Foundation-paper-piecing” and it’s fun because it allows for lots of improvisation and does not require perfect accuracy (best part!)"

Skill Level: Intermediate

Finished Size: 15" x 15" (38cm x 38cm)

Visit the Website: Diary of a Quilter

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