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Scrappy Spiderweb Tutorial

If you’ve read this blog for very long you know, my solution to full scrap bins is a scrap quilt designed around that full bin.  Well my random strips bin, that bin I dump all the strips that don’t quite reach the full width on my Accuquilt strip cutters, trimmings from quilt backs, or strips that just randomly happen in my other sewing.  It was overflowing.  Not the first time, probably won’t be the last.  

 So my solution was to start a new scrappy spiderweb quilt.  Since I was making the blocks anyway, I thought I would share a tutorial with you.  So I made new YouTube video.  Hope you like it.

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Enjoy making spiderweb quilts?  Looking for a challenge?  Let me know if you would be interested in a controlled spiderweb quilt.  If there is enough interest I’ll work on making something available to you.  

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  • Sherrill says:

    I might be interested in a controlled spiderweb (though they definitely intimidate me!!).

  • Karen F says:

    Just in case anyone else is having trouble printing off the template, I tried printing it twice but for some reason the template didn't print, only your little logo box with your name. The third time I changed the setting from color to monochrome and it printed off just fine. No idea why but since it worked, I'm asking no questions. lol I love the spiderweb pattern and maybe this will be the year I finally make a spiderweb quilt!

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