Do you like to keep leftover pieces of fabric in remembrance of a quilt you made that you love? Erin Russek is the same way and shows you how to make a journal she made to store them. She recommends using Strathmore visual journals because they have a solid cover. Then take the measurements, put on your fabric, and hide the raw edges.
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Would like it better if she’d used a different color other than brown fabric on a brown table.
You really didn’t say if there was batting in that or not. You said two peices of fabric quilted together. So was unsure if there was any batting or not.
The name of the journal please.
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Love this so much, I have been looking for a way to make my notebooks more me and this just did it for sure!!!
What batting did you use?
Once again learnt a different way of making covers for books. Diaries etc.thanks