Scraps & Shirttails II
Bonnie K. Hunter ––In Scraps & Shirttails, Bonnie Hunter showed us the relationship between quilting green and quilting thrifty. Now she’s back for a second round of quilting green in Scraps...
Scraps & Shirttails: Reuse, Re-pupose, Recycle! The Art of Quilting Green
Come celebrate the relationship between quilting thrifty and quilting green with well-known scrap quiltmaker Bonnie K. Hunter!
Quiltmakers have always known how to reuse, re-purpose and recycle their fabrics to make warm, functional quilts. Today, in our abundant world, being green isn't just about being thrifty, it's about keeping an eye on the world around us, doing everything we as quilters can to help sustain it.
From reusing fabrics in our stash, re-purposing thrift store fabrics and recycling cotton clothing from our own closets to learning how to shop your local quilt store for green products, Bonnie steps you through the entire process.
Learn how to make 12 new earth friendly quilts plus a bonus shopping bag as Bonnie shares with us her secrets to quilting green!
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