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Spotlight on Neutrals: Quilts and More for Any Decor

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If you think neutral fabrics are only for backgrounds and blending, you're in for a pleasant surprise. See what can happen when sophisticated taupes, warm browns, rich creams, and contemporary grays take center stage.

  • Enjoy elegant pieced and appliqu?d designs that redefine "neutrals" and open up new possibilities for black, white, gray, beige, and more
  • Choose from 12 projects with timeless appeal, including ...
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Spotlight on Neutrals: Quilts and More for Any Decor

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Overview

If you think neutral fabrics are only for backgrounds and blending, you're in for a pleasant surprise. See what can happen when sophisticated taupes, warm browns, rich creams, and contemporary grays take center stage.

  • Enjoy elegant pieced and appliqu├ęd designs that redefine "neutrals" and open up new possibilities for black, white, gray, beige, and more
  • Choose from 12 projects with timeless appeal, including quilts, pillows, a square table topper, and a mantel scarf
  • Create stash-busting scrappy projects that can be used year-round, work in any home and with all decors, and make ideal gifts

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781604680508
  • Publisher: Martingale & Company
  • Publication date: 10/3/2011
  • Pages: 80
  • Sales rank: 681,875
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Pat Wys has a firm a belief that people are truly blessed when thay have a passion for work that calls to them, challenges them, and grows with them every day. Quilting is just that for her. She's seen and felt firsthand the healing, comforting, and joyous power of quilting in the lives of many people.

As a frequent speaker, Pat leads many workshops and is a member of an active monthly quilting club in the Atlanta area. These are wonderful inspirations and modern-day quilting bees. In 2005 she started her own design company Silver Thimble Quilt Company, which offers a number of new designs each year.

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  • Posted July 15, 2012

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    This is an author after my own heart or an earth-tone gal. Eith

    This is an author after my own heart or an earth-tone gal. Either way, this book is all about those wonderful brown, cream and tan fabrics we all have in our stash.

    After a 12-page Quiltmaker’s Primer which gives points and tips on how to cut your fabric, ways to stitch blocks and applique instructions, you will find a dozen projects using those earth-tones. My problem is which one do I start with?

    In the pattern, Going My Way?, the author did something I never thought to do. Start by attaching your first strip to a triangle which gives you the inset triangle on the end of the braid. Nice, no inset seams to worry about and, of course, adding two quarter triangles to the end of the braid makes the whole strip rectangle (after cutting the strips even on the edges).

    The bolster pillow reminds me of a tote bag. I just might take this pattern and add a few touches of my own to make one to go with the pillow!

    All patterns are clearly written and have easy to understand cutting and materials needed lists. There are plenty of graphics and tips in boxes to help you be sure you are sewing correctly.

    Templates are included at full size and there is even a quilting design for a border. The final page is an author bio which I always find fun to read. OK, so which one are you going to start with?

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