Nothing about the quilts in Off Center Patchwork is difficult. Blocks still have straight seams and easy to cut and assemble patches. Use traditional colors for a traditional-with-a-twist look or experiment with some of the bright, unconventional fabrics on the market today. The possibilities are endless, and the end results are amazing. You'll recognize old friends like Rail Fence, Nine-Patch, Friendship Star, Jacob's Ladder, Double Dutch, Churn Dash, Bear's Paw, and many more in over a dozen exciting quilt projects.
|Publisher:||American Quilter's Society|
|Product dimensions:||8.18(w) x 10.78(h) x 0.28(d)|
About the Author
Trained in architectural engineering, Cheryl started quilting as a hobby in 1982. She turned to quilting as a profession in 1990. Since then she has designed and made quilts for fabric companies and quilting magazines. She enjoys designing quilts and drafting the patterns, which she finds easy because of her educational training. For the past six years, she has taught classes in local quilt shops and guilds.
Renowned as an accomplished author, designer, and teacher, four-time That Patchwork Place author Jane Townswick has been a guest artist at Elly Sienkiewicz's esteemed Appliqué Academy. Her work has been featured in American Quilter and Quilter's Newsletter Magazine.
Table of Contents
|Log Cabin with a Chain||14|
|54-40 or Fight||52|
|Lady of the Lake||74|
|One More Block||90|
|Fox and Geese||94|
|Reproducible Quilt Drawings||98|
|About the Author||111|