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Great Sets: 7 Roadmaps to Spectacular Quilts
     

Great Sets: 7 Roadmaps to Spectacular Quilts

by Alex Anderson
 

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Follow the roadmap to successful quilts! Sharyn Craig shares innovative ways to design successful quilts, so you can start with the setting instead of the blocks! Setting Solutions brought fresh perspective to the problem of orphan blocks. Now Sharyn takes it a step further with Great Sets - learn her hands-on techniques for creating the setting of your choice in the

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Follow the roadmap to successful quilts! Sharyn Craig shares innovative ways to design successful quilts, so you can start with the setting instead of the blocks! Setting Solutions brought fresh perspective to the problem of orphan blocks. Now Sharyn takes it a step further with Great Sets - learn her hands-on techniques for creating the setting of your choice in the size and colors you want. 7 new Setting Maps and instructions for creating outstanding quilts with any set of blocks. 15-plus traditional block patterns in 2 sizes that can be plugged into Setting Maps. Learn color confidence with Sharyn’s fresh approach to working with color. Tips and ideas to personalize your settings and re-size mismatched blocks. Charts and formulas allow you to decide the size and shape for each Setting Map.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781607050520
Publisher:
C & T Publishing
Publication date:
02/03/2004
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
112
File size:
17 MB
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Meet the Author

When Sharyn walked into the door of her first quilting class in the fall of 1978, she had no idea how that simple action would change the rest of her life. She had always loved to sew and do crafts. In fact, she had been a Home Economics major in college, graduating with a degree in Clothing and Textiles. Just attending one quilting class made it clear what all that training had been leading up to. Today she teaches, lectures, and writes about her passion, quiltmaking, and has authored twelve previous books. She has also been a regular contributor to Traditional Quiltworks magazine, having originated the Design Challenge column.

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