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Thread: Really Skinny Strips of Fabric

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    DO a trade here on the board. Bet someone would trade those for something you need.
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    Chenille

    I bought some pre-packaged strips of fabric that were about 1/2" inch or so. They were marketed as chenille so were not cheap. I gave a bunch to a couple of teenagers who were going to put them on jeans or whatever. I used the green ones for Christmas trees. You have to sew them on fabric then take a wire brush to fluff them out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nanaquilts44 View Post
    I am making a quilt for my DGD that is all graduated strips in a square. Each square has two colors and each color is cut into 1", 1 1/4", 1 1/2", 1 3/4" and 2" strips. Then you put them together graduating from each side. It is all batiks in purples and blues and is turning out beautiful.
    I would love to see a picture of this quilt!
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Size:  1.26 MBI started making locker hooking rugs...Love it so relaxing and its helping to get rid of my scrap that I know that I will not use on a quilt. it uses 1 1/2 inch strips any kind of fabric...prefect since people give me fabrics all the time...many that are ugly.

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    I used to do this but caught hell from hubby this spring. Some the longer scraps put out for the birds got caught up in the lawn mower he claims. I find it hard to believe anything that could cut off a digit would be compromised by a strip of fabric. To keep peace in the household, I have refrained.

    Quote Originally Posted by crafty pat View Post
    I have seen some of all sizes sewn together and cut into blocks. I put any small scraps I can not use out for the birds to build their nest.

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Size:  1.78 MBThis is a 1 inch strip, folded, pressed and stitched between the main part of a quilt and the border as an accent.

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