Today I want to share with you the many different ways to cut a fat quarter so you can use as much fabric as possible without wasting!
Great for quilts, baby blankets, table runners, and more!!
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POST BY: Kari Sweeten
Brittany Fry says
Along with cooking I decided that this year I am going to teach myself how to quilt and actually make one. I am pretty excited and this is perfect, thanks so much!!!
Terry@ a quilting blog says
What great info…thanks for sharing!! I’ve printed a copy to keep in my sewing studio 🙂
Kersten Lindhardt says
This is so helpful! Thanks for sharing 🙂 I have a bunch of fat quarters laying around that I keep thinking I should turn into little quilted hotpads or something, so this is great.
Awesome! Thanks for sharing and doing the math for me. 🙂
Jen @ tatertotsandjello.com says
That’s awesome! Thanks Kari!
This is awesome! Thanks Kari … I’m printing this off and posting it in my sewing room.
Kathleen Stepanian says
How do I get a copy of this? I don’t see anything to open.
Tammy Y Long says
what does a “fat quarter” mean? New to quilting!
Kari Sweeten says
Fat quarters are pre-cut pieces of cotton fabric. They are taken from one yard of fabric,cut in half lengthwise,and then in half width-wise. The dimensions are approximately 18″ x 22″. A normal quarter yard cut from a bolt would measure 44″ x 9″.