Project Linus Patterns 

No-Sew Fleece Methods (click on the attachment at bottom of page)

Quilt Patterns by Quiltmaker Magazine — published in support of Project Linus

Mary Quilts (Molly Johnson of HeartStrings Quilts)

Have you ever wanted to make a pinwheel block but the half-square triangles stopped you dead in your tracks? If so, this video is for you. The video is produced by the Missouri Quilt Company. They use a charm pack (5-inch squares) in the video, but any size square should work.  

Fusing Batting Pieces Together

Don't throw out those extra pieces of batting! Fusing is the only way to go! Purchase a couple yards of lightweight fusible ("iron on") interfacing and cut it into 1-1/2" strips. You will get what seems like a mile from 2 yards. Slice off any raggedy edges from the batting, butt the 2 pieces of batting together, and center the interfacing strip over the cut line. Fuse down and you're ready to roll. The splice is undetectable in the finished quilt.

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