Scanned Vintage Quilt Makes For Endless Crafting Possibilities

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Cathe at Just Something I Made has found a way to extend the life and use of a beloved vintage quilt by scanning it in to her computer and using it in several different craft projects. Above, she’s printed the scanned quilt on ink-jet iron on paper and applied it to thrifted leather remnants. She then stitched along the quilt squares and sewed the whole thing in to a business card holder. She also shares how she decorated candles with the printed quilt and lists several other project ideas. Better yet, she’s provided her own scanned quilt image so you can download it and use it in your own projects. Brilliant!

2 thoughts on “Scanned Vintage Quilt Makes For Endless Crafting Possibilities

  1. says:

    Awesome idea! We have a family quilt that my Mom made from scraps outgrown clothes…will take some digital pics of it and get to work on my own rendition.

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