About this project
Published

Time
Time:9h00
Difficulty
So so
Crafts
Patchwork & Quilting

Posted By

Danville, Virginia, US
2007
Stretchy Knits Granny Square Quilt/Throw Cover
Super Easy Grocery Tote Bags
Easy To Make Hair Scrunchies
Hanging Wall Pockets From Old Jeans
sewing,fabric scraps,quilting

I have made several of these quilts. It's a great way to use up all those fabric scraps you have bagged up and don't know what to do with them. A lady friend taught me how to make these. Here's what you do, it's so easy.



Instructions

  • Step 1

  • Step 2

    Cut out some squares (I used 5" but you can make them any size). Make a whole bunch.

  • Step 3

    Place 2 squares together RIGHT SIDES together, serge or zig zag three sides, leaving one side open.

  • Step 4

    Stuff very lightly with fiber fill (I used some old pillows I cut open, took out the stuffing and sprayed it with Febreeze).

  • Step 5

    Serge up the remaining end. Do as many as you like to get started.

  • Step 6

    When you get enough for a strip, lay one edge of one square on the edge of another square and zig zag it together. Take the next square and add to that one you just did. Do this until you get a strip as long as you want it. I measured mine on my bed.

  • Step 7

    Then start another strip. When you get that one done, just lay the two strips together, laying one on the edge of the other and zig zag all the way down. Do this until you get the size quilt you want.

    These quilts are lightweight and very warm. I didn't add a border but you can if you like.
    I hope you like this project and happy sewing!

Have you made this project? Add your version
And you're done!

Comments

Kay P.
Kay P. · Danville, Virginia, US · 9 projects
Yes Edie I'm still around. No you don't have to turn them inside out just serge or zig zag around 3 sides then stuff the open end and serge it shut.Of course if you find a different way then go for it. Also be sure to stitch it good as they have a tendacy to work loose when washing.
They make great baby quilts too.I made some and put wide binding around the edges.
Thanks for the comment and good luck!
Reply
Rellijac J.
Rellijac J. · 24 projects
This is great!
Reply
Rellijac J.
Rellijac J. · 24 projects
this is brilliant! thank you so much for sharing
Reply
Rellijac J.
Rellijac J. · 24 projects
this is brilliant! thank you so much for sharing
Reply
Edie S.
Edie S. · Phoenix, Arizona, US · 3 projects
oh shoot, something caused it to post 3 times, and I can not remove it. Sorry. (I also just realized how old this tutorial is, hopefully the creator is still around)
Reply
Edie S.
Edie S. · Phoenix, Arizona, US · 3 projects
step 3 says to put them right sides together and sew 3 sides, then step 4 says to stuff them lightly...

do we turn them inside out before stuffing?

cute idea by the way
Reply
Edie S.
Edie S. · Phoenix, Arizona, US · 3 projects
step 3 says to put them right sides together and sew 3 sides, then step 4 says to stuff them lightly...

do we turn them inside out before stuffing?

cute idea by the way
Reply
Edie S.
Edie S. · Phoenix, Arizona, US · 3 projects
step 3 says to put them right sides together and sew 3 sides, then step 4 says to stuff them lightly...

do we turn them inside out before stuffing?

cute idea by the way
Reply
lynn l.
lynn l.
Absolutely brilliant! Cannot wait to get started!
Reply
debby g.
debby g. · 4 projects
this is wonderful.. I see one in my future
Reply
Load 4 more comments...

Recent Favorites


Kay T.
vermilia c.
sherri k.
silentband
Recycled Miracles
Jessa K.
wild flower
Linda M.
Catherine p.
C R.
Susa S.
Ducky B
Nia Romadhoni
sideshowoddity
Rellijac J.
doom kitty
Edie S.
Dragoness

Similar projects

Loading...