There isn't just one way to assemble a quilt, as this guide demonstrates. Quilters looking to understand quilt construction, visual appeal, and design options learn that placement and block combinations are the keys to success when designing quilts. Simple traditional block patterns can become stunning when placed in certain patterns of horizontal, vertical, and diagonal rows. This manual explores all the possibilities and gives fabulous examples of how to create that visual difference. With designs easily adaptable to any style, this is a perfect book to keep on hand as inspiration when making quilts for oneself or as gifts.
|Product dimensions:||8.30(w) x 10.60(h) x 0.30(d)|
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This book contains patterns for ten different row quilts. The ideas are cute and range from simple patchwork to paper piecing. What a way to use up those border strips that come with some fabric or create your own. If you choose to do the paper piecing, the templates are included. I can even see using a row or two from one quilt to make up a whole new quilt. Or even combine rows from one quilt into those from another. Whatever you decide, there are plenty of designs to keep your fingers busy for many weeks.