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How to Sew a Quilted Cuff

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Want to add a little spunk to your wardrobe? This cute, crazy-quilted cuff from Quick Stuff to Sew, Vol. 2 will do just that. Put the age-old art of patchwork to use, and spice it up with a “crazy-quilting” technique. The method is fun, allows you to be super-creative and, if you’re a beginner, gives you a feel for working with quilt blocks.

A perfect destination for scraps, this pretty cuff calls for a mix and match of pieced fabrics and a touch of lace. Be sure to add some drama at the closure; in this version, we went with funky vintage buttons, but you could also further personalize it with ribbon, beads, or charms.

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