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FREE Tutorial - Selvage Heart on a String Block by Sarah Vanderburgh

Sew, you've been cutting off selvages for months or years, and they're piling up on you. What to do? Sarah Vanderburgh from Sew Joy Creations has an excellent idea: craft your orphaned selvages into a heart block, or twelve (maybe you have a LOT). Maybe you're like us and making use of every possible scrap just makes you feel more right with the universe, or maybe you just love the scrappy-strippy appeal of this block, either way, this is a great project complete with a video demonstration! More from Sarah:

"Sometimes I'm moved by JOY to create something and then by more JOY to share it!
{and sometimes technology and vacations slooooow down the process!} Today I'm sharing a tutorial to use selvages - and a little fabric - to create this fun heart block. The block finishes at 9 x 12

"The block came about while I was playing with ways to make the next borders for my Roosting Robin Rainbow quilt. I hesitated to write this tutorial because it's tricky to give exact fabric requirements for selvages. I have a LOT - but you don't need a lot to make this block. I've done my best to give you measurements for each section of the block, but it's always a good thing to have a few extra pieces around just in case!"

Finished Size: 9" x 12" (23cm x 30cm)

Skill Level: Beginner

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