Copyright © 2010 - All Rights Reserved - Written By Terri Stegmiller
Here's what Terri had to say about her using your batting scrap tip: We all save fabric scraps with the hope of working them into a future creation. But do we all save batting scraps? Well maybe. It depends on the size of the scraps for most of us. I like to save any batting scraps that are left over from quilt projects. If the scrap is a size that I deem worthy, I will toss it into my scrap pile.
I usually use my batting scraps when creating small quilts or other small projects such as zipper pouches, eyeglass cases, book covers, and more. Sometimes, though, the scraps aren’t the right dimension for my project. I hate cutting into a nice, large piece of batting for just a small piece for a small project. Here is how I join my batting scraps to create a piece that is ample in size for the project I want to use it fo
Terri's Bio - After a lifetime of experimenting with all types of crafts, Terri began exploring quilting in the early 1990’s. She discovered pretty quickly that traditional and bed-sized quilts were not quite her style and began experimenting with mixed media and creating her own designs. Known for her innovative combination's of color and pattern she is inspired by nature, cats and the female face and enjoys creating artwork that incorporate these elements. When she is not creating art, Terri also enjoys web site design and graphic design work. Terri is the author of Creative Paper Quilts, co-author of Creative Ways with Fiber and Stitch, sells her art through her website at www.terristegmiller.com/.
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