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Use the fabrics you love - finish every quilt you start • New ideas for creating color-splashed quilts with modern panache • Designs look more complex than they really are…easy piecing and colorful fabric do all the work • Rich jewel tones juxtaposed with cool neutrals will make these projects pop! The masterminds behind
Modern meets traditional! Forty blocks from your favorite FreeSpirit designers Leave it to your favorite FreeSpirit fabric designers to rise up when presented with a challenge to put a modern spin on classic blocks. You won't believe what they made! With forty inspiring quilt blocks from twenty celebrity designers working in
Winter, spring, summer, fall—who's the fairest of them all? Share the magic of sewing with everyone you meet! The best-selling authors behind Forest Fairy Crafts are back with all-new projects approved by crafty kids. Sew a forest of delightful felt fairies, gnomes, and decorations from simple supplies, using new skills such
By Victoria Findlay Wolfe from C & T Publishing Knock their socks off! Grow your cache of quilter's tricks with 5 awe-inspiring patchwork techniques that are easier than they appear. Learn a new piecing trick in just 15 minutes or less, and watch your skills soar to a whole new level. Say
Traditional craft, modern aesthetic "Modern quilts are utilitarian. They are art. They tell stories. They are graphic, improvisational, or minimalist. They make a statement." – Riane Menardi, Alissa Haight Carlton, and Heather Grant Admire large, color photographs of the best modern quilting has to offer—more than 200 quilts curated by the Modern
Morse Code Quilts by Sarah J. Maxwell for Landauer Use the dots and dashes of Morse code to create unique quilts with secret messages such as names, favorite quotations, sayings, simple sentiments, and more. Morse Code Quilts features 6 wonderful projects that express the aesthetic of modern quilts.
Everything your mother would tell you about sewing if your mother could sew Experienced sewing instructor and blogger Barbara Emodi shares her sewing wisdom to help readers get started, get started back up, or hone their existing garment-sewing skills. Not a sewing reference book as much as a book of experience,
Get your signed copy of "Simple Quilts for the Modern Home" By Stephanie Soebbing, the creator of Quilt Addicts Anonymous. Bright, fun, and simple-to-stitch quilts for beginning sewers – and everyone who loves modern style. This is the book I wish I had when I started quilting! At last, a book that
Now you can put every scrap to use--even those trimmed-off corner pieces--with this terrific assortment of eye-catching projects. Kari M. Carr, a "recycled Home-Ec teacher," shows how. Choose from six fun quilt patterns, each with a bonus project (such as a wall hanging, pin cushion, or lap quilt) for a