The bias line created by dividing squares into triangles adds motion and presents excellent opportunities for creating exciting color combination in your quilts. The authors introduce you to fast, easy methods for making triangles: Individual, Half-square, Grid, Corner-square, and Bias Strip techniques. Include Quick Reference and Yardage Charts for cutting squares in two colors, multiple color fabrics, or scraps.
|Publisher:||American Quilter's Society|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Bonnie Browning is Executive Show Director for the American Quilter's Society. She is an author, teacher, and certified judge.
Phyllis D. Miller has been making quilts since the summer of 1968. She has made numerous quilts and wallhangings since that beginning. Her quilts have been exhibited and won awards on the local, state,and national levels. Phyllis graduated from Berea College, Berea, Kentucky, in 1963 with a B.S. in business administration. She is well known in the quilt world as a teacher and for her organizational abilities.
Table of Contents
|Bias strips method||7|
|Squares from Yardage Chart||9|
|Quick Reference Chart for Cutting Squares||10|
|Not Just Any Old Barn Raising||11|
|Robbing Peter to Pay Paul||16|
|Triangles Combined with Squares||18|
|Ribbons & Stars||18|
|Hen & Chicks||19|
|Two Sizes of Triangles||20|
|Birds in the Air||20|
|Shades of Purple||22|
|Judy's Xquisite Scrap Quilt||24|
|Lady of the Lake||26|
|Star in a Star||27|
|About the Authors||31|