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Making Wax Crayon Quilt Blocks

August 20, 2008

Wax Crayon Quilt BlocksDuring our church summer program, all the children used Dollar Tree crayons to color quilt blocks. Each color block represented a different program.

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After they drew something from their memories of the program, we ironed them with a sheet of Cut Rite wax paper between the fabric and the iron. It not only helps to protect your iron, but also, adds a little extra wax to keep it permanent. If done right, it will not wash out. Be sure to use the cheapest wax crayons, Crayola will not work. I then tied each corner to the next to make this huge banner.

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