Fat Quarters: Small Fabrics, More than 50 Big Ideas Features

Fat Quarters Book Feature | happy together
A while back I was able to contribute five projects to a book that is now published, Fat Quarters: Small Fabrics, More Than 50 Big Ideas. It’s truly a great book with tons of great things to create with fat quarters.

Fat Quarters: Small Fabric, More than 50 Big Ideas | happy together
The projects in the book are divided into six sections: Babies & Kids, Bags, Quilts & Pillows, Home Decor, Wearables, and Give & Use. I really like the variety, as I sew so many different types of things myself, and the quantity of projects. And I’m not just saying I like the book because I have some things in it ;)

Boho Bag | happy together
One of my favorite projects I contributed is how to make this boho bag. Sometimes I get an idea and am not sure how the outcome will be, but I truly love this bag! It has become the purse that I use now that we are out of diaper bag phase.  I get compliments on it all the time.

Funky Scrunchy Headband | happy together
I also designed this scrunchy headband. It is a great scrap buster.

Reusable Bowl Covers | happy together
The reusable bowl covers are another of my favorites. They sew up so fast and are a great gift to give. Plus you create less trash if you use these instead of tin foil or saran wrap to cover you bowls.

Quilted Frame | happy together
This half square triangle frame makes a great statement to add to your wall. I really enjoyed making this one. You can add a printable or artwork to it or just leave it blank since it is pretty in and of itself.

Fat Quarter Flower Trio | happy together
And the last project is this trio of fabric flowers. You could make them into hair accessories, present toppers, etc. There are many other bloggers/designers you will recognize who have contributed to this book. It’s an honor to be a part of this with them. Get a copy for yourself¬† :)

-Jess

 

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