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Your First Quilt Book

Author: Carol Doak
Publisher: Martingale & Company Incorporated
ISBN: 9781564771988
Size: 10.61 MB
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Learn about the tools, supplies, and techniques you need to create simple patchwork quilts. Eight small projects are provided to help you practice your new hand-or machine-stitching skills.

Simple Quilts From Me And My Sister Designs

Author: Barbara Groves
Publisher: Martingale
ISBN: 1604682817
Size: 26.12 MB
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Known for their exciting use of color in quick and easy quilts, sisters Barbara Groves and Mary Jacobson present a value-packed collection of popular projects. Select from 12 strikingly simple quilts and recharge your creative batteries Discover skill-building projects that move from squares and strips to designs featuring stitch-and-flip corners, half-square triangles, pinwheels, a Rail Fence layout, and more Enjoy patterns that are just right for quilt retreats and make-in-a weekend gifts

Fabulously Fast Quilts

Author: Amy Smart
Publisher: Martingale
ISBN: 1604683643
Size: 19.71 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Popular blogger Amy Smart shares the tips and techniques she uses to quickly create complex-looking quilts. This go-to collection is ideal for beginners as well as experts who want to make a striking yet speedy quilt. Enjoy 12 versatile designs that have lots of movement and work well with many styles of fabric--a terrific value Choose from three quilts in each of four shortcut categories: strip piecing; quick corners; slick slicing; and stack, slice, and shuffle Find enticing patterns in various sizes; many use precuts and scraps

Quilts From The House Of Tula Pink

Author: Tula Pink
Publisher: Krause Publications
ISBN: 9781440218187
Size: 21.74 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Inspired fabrics and designs await you in Quilts From the House of Tula Pink! Welcome to the world of cutting-edge fabric designer Tula Pink, where clever quilts show off fanciful fabric, and your imagination can be let out to play. Featuring fabrics that you know and love, Tula offers 20 patterns with her signature flair for color, design and original style. Between 10 amazing quilts and 10 extra-cool companion projects, you'll be inspired to play with fabric, color and design in a way like never before! Step inside to find: 10 large quilt patterns, perfect for the bedroom or snuggling on the couch. 10 accessory sewing projects, like an embroidered lampshade and a fabric cuckoo clock, to make your everyday life extraordinary. Tips from Tula on choosing and combining fabrics, selecting a quilting motif, and even sketching your own fabric and pattern designs. Step-by-step illustrations (hand-drawn by Tula herself) and super-simple sewing techniques for successful quilt making. Come on in to Tula's house for the ultimate in sewing, style and fabric innovation!

Encyclopedia Of Classic Quilt Patterns

Author: Patricia Wilens
ISBN: 9780848724740
Size: 14.81 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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A complete A-Z resource for the quilter - over 100 traditional favourite quilts to make with step-by-step instructions with updated, labour-saving techniques. Beautifully illustrated throughout with projects ranging from Amethyst to Whig Rose, from Evening Star to Flying Geese, and many traditional influences from Amish to Irish. * Patchwork and quilting is a craft as old as history, but it found its apogee amongst the settlers in the New World, and is now considered to be a particularly American artform. * In full colour throughout: each project is illustrated in a full colour photographs and in a series of step-by-step colour drawings and patterns. * Step-by-step instructions, labour-saving techniques, plus an extensive how-to workshop and clear patchwork and applique designs.

Strip Smart Quilts

Author: Kathy Brown
Publisher: Martingale
ISBN: 1604682434
Size: 21.97 MB
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Discover 16 stunning quilts that are easy enough for anyone to make. Just stitch strip sets and cut them using the Creative Grids 90° Double-Strip Ruler (or another right-angle triangle ruler with appropriate markings) to create each mesmerizing design. Presents a super-easy triangle technique from the popular author of Take 5 Provides options--quilters can start with precut strips, fat quarters, or yardage Makes it possible to create either scrappy quilts or designs with a more controlled look

Simple Style

Author: Sara Diepersloot
Publisher: Martingale
ISBN: 1604681098
Size: 25.43 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Show off your fabrics in big-piece quilts! Easy enough for beginners, intriguing enough for seasoned quilters, these designs will put your fabrics on center stage. Find over 15 great patterns for theme prints, Asian prints, batiks, pastels, and more. Quick and easy, these quilts are perfect for retreats. Most projects are made from squares, strips, or rectangles, and a few feature large triangles just for fun. Piece one (or two) this weekend!

Easy Quilts For Beginners And Beyond

Author: That Patchwork Place
Publisher: That Patchwork Place
ISBN: 9781604682373
Size: 64.17 MB
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These 14 striking yet easy quilt patterns feature batiks, polka dots, florals, Asian prints, and more. Each project includes an alternate color option plus illustrated quilting-design suggestions.

Oh Scrap

Author: Lissa Alexander
Publisher: Martingale
ISBN: 1604689323
Size: 34.80 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Want to be a scrap quilter? Great! But if you want to think like a scrap quilter, learn from a master! Lissa Alexander has spent three decades honing her scrap-quilting talents, and in her first solo book, she offers page after page of tips for making dazzling scrap quilts saturated with color, print, and texture. Learn how to make insightful decisions about which fabric combinations work (and understand why others don't). Best of all, discover how to (finally!) use your unique stash to make scrap quilts that sing. Includes a preface by renowned quilt historian Barbara Brackman.