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A former aide to former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum’s presidential campaign wrote in a wry Sunday opinion editorial that a religious liberty bill under consideration by the General Assembly would “chase away business and jobs” as it “create[s] a frightening solution to a problem that doesn’t exist.” Marisa Flores, who directed Hispanic outreach for Santorum’s Georgia operation, took to the pages of the to urge lawmakers to abandon the First Amendment Defense Act lest the local economy backslide. “Rather than busy itself with a growth-oriented agenda that might capitalize on the shifting economic tide, lawmakers instead proposed a smattering of bills that would facilitate discrimination by government and business against law-abiding Georgians.“For the first time in eight years, Georgia’s unemployment rate fell last month to pre-recession levels,” Flores wrote. Just what we need: something to chase away business and jobs.” Flores, who said the proposal would facilitate discrimination against gays and lesbians, cohabitating unmarried couples, and divorced persons, said she was terrified government would “grow to a size to empower itself and others to discriminate.” “Faith genuinely informs my politics, just as it does for Sen. “I place my faith in God, not government — and I don’t need government to tell me how to exercise my faith.
You only need to trim a small section off the fat quarter and the rest will be the main focal point of your mini quilt. The feature fabric is cut to 14 1/2 by 22 inches and the scrappy section measures 4 x 22 inches so the mini quilt finishes about 18 x 22 inches.
However you can scale it up or down to suit your needs.
I think it would look really fun as a crib size quilt with a scrappy panel on all four sizes and a large feature print in the middle.
You can use a regular piece of fabric to feature as shown in the video tutorial or a piece cut from a fun character sheet or pillow case.
When you are ready to finish the quilt make sure to check out last week’s post where I teach the EASIEST method for making continuous bias binding for your quilting project.