Sew fifteen inspired designs with strong lines and quilted curves Laced with retro-inspired circles and bold stripes, these modern quilts leave an unforgettable impression. Piecing circles, half circles, and quarter circles is easier than you think, and the authors will teach you to add movement and depth two ways--through easy strip sets or stripe-printed fabric. These aren't your typical Drunkard's Path quilts, but distinctive quilts for adventurous quilters With block-based patterns, some improvisational piecing, and designs ranging from beginner-friendly to complex, there's something for everyone. Move beyond common circle-quilt designs to tackle curved piecing with easeAdd stripes to curved piecing and use color to add depth for a simple way to make complex quiltsPiece block-based layouts and improv designs ranging from simple to advanced.
About the Author
Heather Black is a modern quilter whose work has appeared in various publications and at quilt shows. At QuiltCon, her quilt won a first-place award for use of negative space. She lives in Spokane, Washington, with her daughter. quiltachusetts.com Daisy Aschehoug's quilts have been published in numerous magazines and books, and she has won three QuiltCon awards. Before quilting, Daisy guided rafts, fought wildfires, and facilitated natural resource management plans. A recent expat, she lives in Norway with her family. warmfolk.com