A Genius Tip That Saves Fabric and Time!
Have you ever wanted to see exactly how the fabrics you’ve chosen look in a block, without having to cut the fabric first? There’s an easy solution that will save both time and fabric.
Thank Sarah from Confessions of a Fabric Addict for this genius idea. She uses her inkjet printer/copier to scan and print exact life-size replicas of her fabric.
Simply cut and arrange the paper into the block and voila! A quick and accurate representation of what the block will look like made up in that fabric.
But what if you don’t have a printer? Check around for a store in your area that does inexpensive color copies (like Kinkos or Staples).
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