15 Minutes of Play: Improvisational Quilts

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C&T Publishing Inc, 2012 - Crafts & Hobbies - 95 pages
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Scraps never looked so good! This is improvisational piecing reinvented—learn how to create a unique piece of “made-fabric” in just 15 minutes with Victoria Findlay Wolfe's improvisational scrap-piecing methods, then incorporate your made-fabric into traditional quilt blocks. As you play, you'll sharpen your design skills and learn about combining colors and prints in new ways…then watch your quilt design emerge. Discover just how distinctive classic blocks like Sawtooth Star or Flying Geese can be, when they're constructed with more spunk and spontaneity! Includes 11 challenge exercises to strengthen your creative muscles, plus an inspirational quilt gallery.
 

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Contents

My Inspiration
What Is Play? Why Play? Why 15 Minutes?
Four Easy Techniques for MadeFabric
16 Quilt Blocks to Get You Inspired
11 Challenges to Get You Going
In Closing
About the Author
Legal Page
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Victoria Findlay Wolfe learned to quilt and sew as a child on her family farm; now she teaches and designs full-time. She s also a painter and a photographer with a degree in fine arts, and she runs a community program that provides quilts to families in need. Victoria lives in Manhattan, New York.

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