Natalie Bell
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This is similar to a selvage quilt but she talks about her technique is creating this quilt. By..there is not an author posted

This is similar to a selvage quilt but she talks about her technique is creating this quilt. By..there is not an author posted

We love selvedges at OriginalStitch - often try to think up cool projects to use them for. Look at this beautiful Selvedge Quilt.

We love selvedges at OriginalStitch - often try to think up cool projects to use them for. Look at this beautiful Selvedge Quilt.

Empire's Block of the Month: April 2013 - Long and Narrow Block Let's make a Strata Quilt! Cut strips 1.25" wide from interesting fabrics in your stash. Sew the ends together so you have 55" lengths. Then sew these strips together. Make a block about 6" x 55."

Empire's Block of the Month: April 2013 - Long and Narrow Block Let's make a Strata Quilt! Cut strips 1.25" wide from interesting fabrics in your stash. Sew the ends together so you have 55" lengths. Then sew these strips together. Make a block about 6" x 55."

Instead of random scraps, try playing with value / hue across and down the vertical stripes. The Festival of Quilts 2009. Easy way to use up scraps....just keep adding onI

Instead of random scraps, try playing with value / hue across and down the vertical stripes. The Festival of Quilts 2009. Easy way to use up scraps....just keep adding onI

Selvage Blog: World Quilt made by lots of quilters from around the world, using 1.25" strips of fabric (half the width of jelly roll fabric strips)

Selvage Blog: World Quilt made by lots of quilters from around the world, using 1.25" strips of fabric (half the width of jelly roll fabric strips)

Most of us have struggled with proportional problems, but the solution is actually selecting clothing shapes that better complement our existing figures. Learn how to design for your body using age-old proportion rules, and print out a master grid for your designs.

Most of us have struggled with proportional problems, but the solution is actually selecting clothing shapes that better complement our existing figures. Learn how to design for your body using age-old proportion rules, and print out a master grid for your designs.