Turning Something Simple Into Special

 

Some of us might think complex quilts and projects can be fun and the challenge makes it better. But, even I have to admit that simple quilts are a relief and you still get a great result from them! Also, sometimes older projects can get boring, or start looking worn.

Or, maybe you have something that you feel is missing something unique. I think that this idea may help you out immensely in those areas. Laura, from SewVeryEasy, has presented us with the amazing idea of using a product called Chanille-It to add an extra pop to our projects!

Okay, maybe I’m just a little oblivious but I had never heard of this before. For those who are like me and haven’t heard of it, basically it is a type of fabric that looks like a ribbon that you wash and dry, and when you do that it comes apart, turning into a sort of fuzzy look over the seams of the quilt.

 

 

Check out the next page 2 for a great video.

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17 Responses to “Turning Something Simple Into Special”

  1. TJ Nichols

    Mar 20. 2017

    Love the Paris fabric!

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  2. Elizabeth Smith

    Mar 21. 2017

    Oh I love this !! Where can you buy it.

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  3. Bonnie Skarda Browne

    Mar 21. 2017

    Love this

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  4. Carolyn Wood

    Mar 21. 2017

    How fun is that?!?!?

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  5. LEE

    Mar 28. 2017

    Great quilt, were can you buy the trim that you used? I am located in the Barrie area. thanks and keep posting the great work .

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  6. Patricia G Owen

    Aug 07. 2017

    love her tutorials

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  7. Susie

    Aug 07. 2017

    I made a rag quilt out of that same material. It is beautiful.

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  8. TJ Nichols

    Oct 06. 2017

    Love the Prints! Where did U get the Paris Prints?

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  9. Phyllis Dixon Buckner

    Oct 06. 2017

    Wal-Mart has some

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  10. TJ Nichols

    Oct 06. 2017

    Thx. I was just in there, but rushed home b4 school traffic hit.

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  11. Joanne F Read

    Oct 06. 2017

    I have this fabric and need to make this.

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  12. Linda N Garth Smith

    Oct 07. 2017

    Ooooo, Louise Milburn LeClercq look at this

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  13. Susan Balsom

    Feb 05. 2018

    I just ordered some of the chenille tape in pink and black,can’t wait to try it.

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  14. Lyn Macdonald

    Feb 05. 2018

    Andrea Nagy Heather Brown….something different.

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  15. Sandy Thompson Jones

    Feb 08. 2018

    where do you order it from?

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  16. Susan Balsom

    Feb 08. 2018

    Amazon.ca

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  17. Susan Balsom

    Feb 08. 2018

    It was cheaper on Amazon,but not by much

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