Inventory Quilt Project - Liberated Churn Dash Quilt

>> Saturday, February 15, 2020

I'm making another one!

inventory quilt project designer

This year I'm a participating designer in the Just Wanna Quilt Inventory Quilt Project. What's an inventory quilt? Well, it can be anything you want! The idea is to use fabrics that you have - your stash - and make a quilt using them. It can be made with pieces from all of your fabrics or just your red fabrics. Or just fabrics from a favourite designer or all one theme. 

The idea was inspired by Jessica Quilter and has become a project through Just Wanna Quilt.

You can hear the first podcast episode to discuss the project here - Just Wanna Quilt Inventory Project is beginning! (this is a link to open and listen in Google) You can find the podcasts from the main site here too - Just Wanna Quilt podcast

Since then the project has become larger and is now including designers who are participating by making an inventory quilt using one of their patterns.

Liberated Churn Dash quilt by Sarah Vanderburgh

For me it had to be my Liberated Churn Dash quilt. In fact it's been hard for me to think about all of the other quilt projects I have in the works and not just work on this!

I am close to deciding if I am going to purchase a background fabric or not. I am thinking about trying to use what I have which might mean a mix of solid and print backgrounds.

You will be able to hear me talk about this project on the
 Just Wanna Quilt podcast on February 29
Yep! My first podcast appearance :)
 I can't think of a better way to use my extra day this year
 than focusing on a new quilting project!

You can join the JWQ Inventory Quilt sew along facebook group to find out more and meet more of the designers. Check out their patterns too as I have a feeling it's going to be hard to make just one inventory quilt.

With Joy,

Sarah V.


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