Potato chip block is an awesome scrap buster which can be customised, as it is based on magic numbers principle. I have gone BIG here to allow for free hand curves to be added. I don’t do difficult, so I cut my pieces slightly bigger to square up to final size after I made my crinkles on individual pieces. You can use up larger scraps of random fabrics, maybe forgotten layer cake or fat quarters, how about upcycling some shirts? Anything you have will work and look awesome. There are other layouts for individual pieces, so if you don’t like potato chip or you made plenty of crinkles, you can still make great project with these pieces and not repeat design. Because pieces are big, my baby quilt for project Linus was finished in no time. Happy sewing!
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