Science Jars Quilt

Science Jars Quilt

My quilting laboratory is stocked with all sorts of spooky specimens, thanks to Tula Pink’s De La Luna fabric. Time to make a Halloween jar quilt!

Science Jars Quilt

I use my mini rotary cutter, the Shark Applicutter, to fussy cut creepy apothecary jars filled with eyeballs, skeletons, bugs, and bats. This is a super fun project with tons of room for creativity, so let your imagination run wild as you concoct this spine-chilling quilt!

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One Reply to “Science Jars Quilt”

  1. I ordered the Kona solids that are in the PDF and video, but the Dark Violet (which is the 1/4 yard for the shelf shadow) is definitely lighter than the Hibiscus. I’m trying to sort out if this is a mix up in the video or if something has been mislabelled? I’m so excited to get started!

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