I don’t know about you but when I am putting a block together I like to lay out all the pieces before I join them together…to check colours and the balance (can’t thing of the right word!) of the block.
I wanted a way to get the fabric from my cutting table to my sewing machine with out messing them up…
Say hello to Orlando! Isn’t he cute?!
I bought this canvas from the cheapie shop and no, not because I have a thing for Orlando! Although….only kidding!
This is the canvas now. With wadding and a staple gun you can do marvellous things!
I simply wrapped the wadding over the edges of the canvas and stapled it down at the back…
The best thing is the fabric sticks so well, I can tip it upside down and swing it around too! Why you would want to do that I don’t know but it was a great test!
My board is 14” x 20” and I used cotton wadding with a layer of poly wadding underneath mainly so I couldn’t see Orlando peeking through!
The wadding came from my scrap wadding box so this was a really cheap project! And you have to love that!