Make beautiful scrap quilts that are as easy as paint by numbers Best-selling author and Instagram sensation Susan Ache is back to share her secrets for making astonishing scrap quilts. Susan used coordinated Moda Color Cuts bundles for a scrappy yet planned look. You can do the same, or substitute fabrics from your stash.
Sew modern quilts that illuminate your life with the help of ombr fabrics. Easy large-scale piecing shows the entire ombr gradation, while smaller-pieced quilts let colors dance and glow in hundreds of hues, tints, and tones With a single fabric containing subtle shifts from pale to dark, color feels exciting and new again.
From Japanese master quilt artist Yoko Saito comes this collection of exquisite quilts, bags, and more, each immersed in tradition yet refreshingly modern in style. In Yoko Saito's Beautiful Bags, Pouches & Quilts, Ms.
Quilters want to finish their quilts--and that means doing their own machine quilting. In Free-Motion Quilting 101, teacher and quilter Ashley Nickels provides in-depth instruction on learning the technique of free-motion quilting, combined with simple small projects that reinforce the technique.
This compact guide will make a huge impact on how you choose to express yourself in quilt art. Think of the artists whose work you admire, individuals with a distinctive style or perhaps several styles developed over the years. You might like their use of color, materials, craft expertise, and subject matter.
Elegant, timeless, traditional, and beautiful--that's the magic Jo Morton brings to the quilts she creates. This latest collection of patterns captures Jo's signature style in a larger scale, with quilts for displaying, draping, and cuddling. Find fresh twists on favorite blocks, from Wild Goose Chase and Kansas Troubles to the humble Nine Patch.
Rachel May’s rich new book explores the far reach of slavery, from New England to the Caribbean, the role it played in the growth of mercantile America, and the bonds between the agrarian south and the industrial north in the antebellum era—all through the discovery of a remarkable quilt.
The perfect book for both beginners and those wishing to brush up on their skills, this definitive guide takes readers from the basics of choosing and cutting fabric to placing the finishing touches on their handmade quilts.