Sarah’s Dog Quilt Has Some Bones. Her Batik Is Up Next!

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Use freezer paper cut to your shape, then trace with your favorite erasable fabric marker.I’ve had so much fun with Sarah’s dog quilt today!  I wasn’t sure what to do on the outside border. I decided to find a bone clip art and trace it on freezer paper.

As an aside, if you do a Google image search for “bone”, make sure you have the safe search feature on because you’ll get some real doozies otherwise. 🙂

Use freezer paper cut to your shape, then trace with your favorite erasable fabric marker.

I used my iron to fix the bones to the quilt top so I could sew around them. The bones are set at 45 degree angles and filled in with loops. I used a varigated Rainbows thread by Superior that really gives it some zip!

Use freezer paper cut to your shape, then trace with your favorite erasable fabric marker.
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I’ll put some final photos of Sarah’s dog quilt up soon.  For now, here is her next one, it is a phenomenal batik. WOWSERS!

Beautiful Desert Batik Quilt in Progress
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