The letter Q is one of those letters that feels a little limiting at times. What do you do with the letter Q besides the usual Queen and quarter? Quail maybe? Madeline’s Nana is quite the quilter and so we have a few random fabric scraps. I’m not sure why since while I can appreciate a pretty fabric I can’t seem to do much with it beyond think it looks pretty.
So what do you do when you have a random stash of strips of fabric in your house? You do a Q is for quilt activity of course. Well, at least you do if you are me. Maybe some of you would make an actual quilt but for those of us who cannot sew a straight line to save their life glue and construction paper are the way to go. Have fun with the letter Q, use up some pretty fabric and play with glue all at the same time. It’s a win win win.
Supplies needed to make Letter Q Quilts
- Construction paper
- cloth cut into 1-2 inch squares
How to make Letter Q Quilts
Step 1. Draw an upper and lowercase Q on the paper.
Step 2. Cut the fabric into 1-2 inch squares. (The squares should fit into the Qs you have drawn.)
Step 3. Glue a mixture of the fabric squares to the Qs to give. The closer together the fabric squares are the more quilt like the Qs will look.