It doesn't seem possible! See one simple block--Squares within Squares--morph into an astonishing variety of completely different quilts. Barbara Douglas rotates, resizes, and rearranges this block to create 14 stunning projects.
- Discover a block so easy a child could make it, and quilt designs so sophisticated that advanced quilters will want to
- Create projects of all sizes, from table runners and lap quilts to bed-sized quilts
- Make simple changes in value placement to create movement and produce intricate-looking designs
|Publisher:||Martingale & Company|
|Product dimensions:||10.76(w) x 8.54(h) x 0.33(d)|
About the Author
Barbara Douglas started sewing at seven years of age and quilting at eight, when her grandmother gave her a pair of scissors, a pencil, and a 3" cardboard square to trace around. With these tools, she made her first Nine Patch quilt. She began teaching quilting in 1989 and started her quilt-pattern design company, Stone Cottage Designs, in 1999.
Eclectic in her quilting style and designs, Barbara loves the art and design of traditional pieced and appliquéd quilts, as well as the more contemporary style of fiber art. Her real love is the exploration of what fabric and thread can do. She shares a "dungeon" studio space of their 75-year-old stone cottage with Duane, her woodworking husband of 38 years.