How to Organize Batting Scraps

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If you quilt, you have batting scraps. Have you noticed how they tend to pile up?

Karen Brown from Just Get it Done Quilts has developed a method for keeping batting scraps under control. Her process helps to keep her work space tidy while also saving time and money.

How to Organize Batting Scraps

She breaks scraps down by type and size. Large scraps are pieced together to be used in quilts. Medium sizes are prepared for smaller projects and small scraps are processed for use as stuffing and more.

Watch how she does it and pick up a lot of great tips, including how to clean your cutting mat, from the following video.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

In the video Karen mentions making a tray to keep scraps organized. Learn more here.

 

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