Another of those workshops that Valerie loves to share, which can easily be made over a weekend or even in a few hours, that raids some of your stash – or a jelly roll that has been lurking. You just combine some piano keys with a co-ordinating background fabric.
Valerie also gives you some helpful hints on how to quick piece these and then you can re-trim (if necessary) to make them into a perfect square before piecing them into rows – so another quilt that is great for beginners and one where you don’t have to worry about your seam allowance -just be consistent.
And think how great this would look in adult colours – say a jelly roll of Japanese fabrics or maybe just using a single colour as the focus.
If you like the scrap quilt that Valerie mentions (Scrap 9 Patch and Snowball) you can find workshop about it in our website.
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