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How to make a no-sew mini hanging quilt for your home

Colourful wall hangings can be a lovely way of decorating your home’s interior, and they’re even more satisfying if you’ve made them yourself!

In this video, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) teaching artist Katy Unger teaches you how to make an easy (no sewing needed) quilt to decorate one of your walls, using recycled fabric from old clothes.

This is a family-friendly project, so if you have kids, they will love joining in as well. All you need other than old clothes are glue, scissors, some cardboard and safety pins.

Please note, the quilt-making demo ends at 5:40, after which there is some additional information shared about LACMA and its mission.

View the original video here.

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