Recently I bought a Liberty of London sample pack at the Tokyo Quilt Festival.  When I bought it, I wasn't really sure what I could make with 50 4"x4" squares, but I was so in love with the colors and it was a great price - I couldn't resist.  I'm glad I didn't, because this scarf turned out to be the perfect project for this little sample pack.  It could also be a great way to use up scraps from your stash!

Here are the supplies you'll need:

50 4"x4" squares of fabric
1/2 yard fabric for backing at least 44"wide
sewing machine/thread

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Design your scarf by laying the squares into two rows of 25
<p>Well thank u very much for all the instructions ,, I have been looking for this for over two weeks now ,, thank u </p>
I like it very much!
Me encanta.<br><br>Ale
I love this! So traditional and beautiful!
This is very pretty. A great use of quilt squares. :)

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