I may not be able to manipulate a sewing machine and fabric, but I sure as heck could whip out something with cardstock and a paper trimmer!
To make the quilt I created a mask by cutting out a square from some paper. I set it down on my cardstock and stamped a pattern, moved the square over making sure to completely cover the previously stamped image and stamped my next pattern in a different color.
In total I used four different colors and patterns. My stamps were Circletastic, Bold Houndstooth, Large Polka Dot, and the grid from Journal This.
I drew black stitches around each square and decided to tie some thread at all the intersections. I'm convinced if I ever made a real quilt I would do this too. It seems like a nice touch! I'm also convinced my real quilt would also be as wonky crooked as this card!
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