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Organizing quilt scraps in just 3 steps (no, really!): More very useful tips in storing scraps to make them more usable

Organizing quilt scraps in just 3 steps (no, really!): More very useful tips in storing scraps to make them more usable

How to cut continuous bias strips from a square: Cut on diagonal, Seam two triangles flat, press, and mark cutlines. Sew into tube with an offset the width of one strip, cut all strips (with scissors). BEWARE of  loose-woven discount quilting cottons, they're prone to stretch out of shape  lines won't meet at the last seam. Use spray starch, true up the diagonal cuts before you sew that seam. Use a sharp pencil to mark,  after the last seam adjust any lines that don't meet.

How to cut continuous bias strips from a square: Cut on diagonal, Seam two triangles flat, press, and mark cutlines. Sew into tube with an offset the width of one strip, cut all strips (with scissors). BEWARE of loose-woven discount quilting cottons, they're prone to stretch out of shape lines won't meet at the last seam. Use spray starch, true up the diagonal cuts before you sew that seam. Use a sharp pencil to mark, after the last seam adjust any lines that don't meet.

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