Fat Quarters – basically a quarter of a yard and folded, most often in a square and thin, sometimes in a rectangle and thicker. #FatQuarter #FatQuarters
These are very popular for quilting and other sewing projects, just like jelly rolls.
They are usually approximately 18 inches by 21 inches in size and cut from a bolt of fabric. It takes 4 fat quarters to equal one yard of fabric.
Sometimes these cone rolled like at Walmart and Dollar Tree but don’t mistake them for jelly rolls!
Here are some things you could possible make with these fabric pieces.
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