Scrappy Buzzsaw Quilt

Here is a fun way to use up excess 2.5″ strips of fabric. This quilt was made from leftover pieces of past quilts & quilt bindings. The block in this quilt is a buzzsaw and finishes at about 8.5″. I found a pattern for this on Quilter Cache: The pattern uses paper piecing but I’m sure it would be pretty easy to just figure out if traditional piecing is preferred.  Jan did a great job using up excess fabrics while making a pretty quilt for her bed.

The quilting is called Turning Leaf by Apricot Moon. This density of design falls within my 1.5 cent PSI pricing. The thread is Glide grey to go with the backing fabric. She provided Warm & White batting.

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