Liberated Quiltmaking II

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At long last! Gwen Marston has updated her signature Liberated Quiltmaking! The fascination with Gwen's Liberated Quiltmaking has generated a demand for more, more, more! Introduced in 1996, her distinctive methods for creating original quilts are expanded in this new volume including Liberated Square Within-a-Square, Liberated Medallion, and Recut Blocks and Sashing. Gwen presents nine Liberated Quiltmaking processes and each is clearly illustrated with step-by-step instructions, pieced samples, and loads of ...
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Overview

At long last! Gwen Marston has updated her signature Liberated Quiltmaking! The fascination with Gwen's Liberated Quiltmaking has generated a demand for more, more, more! Introduced in 1996, her distinctive methods for creating original quilts are expanded in this new volume including Liberated Square Within-a-Square, Liberated Medallion, and Recut Blocks and Sashing. Gwen presents nine Liberated Quiltmaking processes and each is clearly illustrated with step-by-step instructions, pieced samples, and loads of example quilts. Multiple techniques and variations are given. Liberated Quiltmaking II provides a way of working without using templates or set patterns. Truly original quilts result that engage the quilter's intuition and emotion as well as technical skills.
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My copy arrived today and I love it. I have been a fan of Gwen Marston for a long time. She is a master quilter with a sense of humor. Whether you are a new or experienced quilter, you will find something here to love. Gwen is an excellent teacher who shows you useful techniques for piecing "by eye," and she answers many practical questions that will enable you to confidently design and make your own unique quilts....-Karen Griska
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781574326536
  • Publisher: Collector Books
  • Publication date: 1/1/2010
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 128
  • Sales rank: 576,257
  • Product dimensions: 8.30 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Gwen Marston is a professional fiber artist, author, and teacher. She has taught nationally and internationally for over three decades. She lives in Beaver Island, Michigan.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2012

    Great book!

    I love the author's tone throughout the book, and although some of the block styles don't really fit in with my style I've learned a lot from the book. The overall message of the book is to create standard blocks in a more fun, quirky way. Some of the quilts in the book are so beautiful!

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