Quilting UFOs with Helen's Hints

Quilting UFOs with Helen's Hints

by Helen Squire
     
 

'Beam up' those UFOs and get started! Helen shows you how to turn your unfinished projects into finished quilts. Learn what type of quilting patterns are appropriate for your patchwork or appliquéd quilt tops. Follow her four-question formula to determine where and what to quilt. Based on the most popular workshop Helen teaches, Quilting UFOs offers visual…  See more details below

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'Beam up' those UFOs and get started! Helen shows you how to turn your unfinished projects into finished quilts. Learn what type of quilting patterns are appropriate for your patchwork or appliquéd quilt tops. Follow her four-question formula to determine where and what to quilt. Based on the most popular workshop Helen teaches, Quilting UFOs offers visual solutions to the dilemma of 'quilt as desired.' Learn how easy it is to make any pattern fit your individual quilt top. Refer to the illustrated examples of mitered borders and blocks, all made with the same design, and simply choose your favorite. A galaxy of original patterns are divided into categories for easy reference. They are presented full-sized in a larger, landscape format for handy copying and use. This collection is the eighth in the Dear Helen series of quilting pattern books. Most recent AQS publications by the author include Helen's Mix & Match Quilting Patterns, Helen's Copy & Use Quilting Patterns, Create with Helen Squire: Hand and Machine Quilting, plus three CD-ROMs with printable patterns.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781574329704
Publisher:
Collector Books
Publication date:
01/14/2009
Pages:
96
Product dimensions:
11.70(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.40(d)

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Meet the Author

Helen Squires has been a quilt teacher, designer of quilting patterns, guest lecturer, auctioneer, and Q&A columnist for 30 years, and is well known for her six books in the Dear Helen series of quilting patterns. Helen began her publishing career as the "Dear Helen, Can You Tell Me...?" columnist for "Lady's Circle Patchwork Quilts" magazine in 1978 and published the first of her "Dear Helen" books in 1987. Helen's "historical" one hour lectures on quilting are often called "hysterical".

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