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Posted May 19, 2008
I LOVE FALL and this book puts me in the mood to quilt for those cool autumn days coming up. Plus by making the maple leaf block, Ms. Bartos makes that one block look like many others just by the way she orientates the block itself. The author shows us nine ways to make half triangle squares which is the main square that makes up the maple leaf block. Read the how-to¿s and decide which method works the best for you. Once you have chosen how you want to make your half triangles, go on to the how to make a stem section. There are three ways to make these and one should work for you. Pick one of the twelve patterns and start sewing. Before long, you will have a table runner, a quilts or a wall hanging from half triangle squares. Each pattern has a materials and cutting list with a photo of the completed item. The finished size of the item and the finished block size are given as well. Instructions on how to make the blocks for the project are listed next and there are graphics to help explain the instructions. Assembling the project and finishing suggestions complete the pattern. What are you waiting for? Grab a copy and start working on that comfy cool weather quilt.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.