I know, I know two weeks in a row of kid’s clothing – but can you really have enough? I have spent the week with my mother who has recently visited The Houston International Quilt Show, so she was busting with ideas. One of those fabulous ideas I decided to share with you today for I Love to Create.
I love the look of patchwork crazy quilts so when my mom told me about this adorable jacket she had seen made at the quilt show I was totally on board. Grab some fabric scraps and let’s get busy.
Aleene’s No-Sew Fabric Glue
TAKE ME DOWN TO THE TRIANGLE CITY
Scalene, isosceles, right – whatever kind of triangle floats your boat. I used my pinking shears and vintage feed sack fabric to cut a pile of different triangles. If you don’t have feed sack light-weight quilting fabric works like a charm.
Using your Aleene’s No-Sew Fabric Glue place your triangles in a random pattern all over the sweatshirt. It’s ok if there is a little sweatshirt peeking between the triangles. The glue will wash out, but hold your triangles in place long enough to stitch them on.