Block-Buster Quilts - I Love Nine Patches: 16 Quilts from an All-Time Favorite Block

Block-Buster Quilts - I Love Nine Patches: 16 Quilts from an All-Time Favorite Block

by Karen M. Burns

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Overview

The timeless Nine Patch block has been reimagined by today's top designers. Discover what you can do with a classic block--this perennial favorite is more versatile than you've ever imagined! Scrappy, traditional, or modern, you'll find a Nine Patch design that's perfect for your next project.

  • Whether you love working with fat quarters, precut strips, or fabric from your stash, you'll find designs that are ideal showcases for your favorite solids, brights, florals, reproduction prints, and more
  • Featuring basic to intricate Nine Patch designs, in sizes ranging from lap sized to bed sized
  • Put your own spin on tradition with fresh Nine Patch patterns created by favorite designers, including Lynne Hagmeier, Carrie Nelson, Sherri Falls, Kimberly Jolly, and many more


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781604687866
Publisher: Martingale & Company
Publication date: 08/02/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 80
Sales rank: 1,078,184
File size: 25 MB
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About the Author

Martingale acquisitions editor Karen M. Burns started with the company as an office-tour guide (getting paid in quilt books), and then quickly worked her way into the heart of the company. After also being an account manager and a communications coordinator, she now spends her time inviting a variety of popular designers to create and contribute to Martingale books.

Karen has compiled many Martingale books and contributed to several more as a machine quilter, including A Baker's Dozen, Jelly Babies, and Quilting with Fat Quarters. With a stack of more than 30 of her own quilts at home ready to be quilted, Karen compares herself to the cobbler whose children have no shoes--she's the quilter with no finished quilts.

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