Patchwork Pizza Topping with Valerie Nesbitt
Classes with Valerie Nesbitt • Educational, G, 07-Jul-2022
Recycling Tiny Patchwork Scraps
Have you ever looked into your patchwork bin and thought how lovely all those bits looked? Far too small to do anything with, you might think. Certainly too small to sew together, but here is a great way to use them and create a unique piece.
Valerie shows you how easy it is to bond these pieces, some of which could be the tiny ‘ears’ that get cut off your patchwork triangles, or those smaller triangles from your stitch & flip patchwork, to which you could add pieces of thread too – after all those colours are really lovely.
You can learn more about removing your thread safely, which is a great tip from Jennie Rayment, when you click here.
You can learn more about mini mosaics tiles from Paula Doyle here.
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