Ok, maybe most of you will disagree with me on this, but sometimes it is a waste to cut up a big beautiful piece of fabric just to sew it back together again. I know back in the day pioneer women cut up old clothes and grain sacks and used the best pieces for quilts. I think that’s still a great way to reuse your scraps and worn clothes. But what about the new yard and half you couldn’t resist from the quilt shop? Why not make it into a whole cloth quilt blanket?
Here are 2 of my “couldn’t bear to cut up the fabric” quilts:
The flying geese and the trees have such a wide open field feel to them, who would want to interrupt their flight?
This fabric from Alexander Henry reminds me of a Mexican horse blanket. It had to stay in one piece!
These are simple 3 layer whole cloth quilts with embroidery floss ties keeping the quilt together. It is so enjoyable to make these quilts. Peaceful, too.