365 Foundation Quilt Blocks

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2005 - Crafts & Hobbies - 352 pages
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If you've been avoiding quiltmaking because you dislike the idea of measuring and cutting multitudes of squares and triangles, then tediously trying to sew everything together accurately, this is the book for you. In 365 Foundation Quilt Blocks no templates are used, and even the smallest pieces meet every other piece precisely, quickly and accurately. The secret is to sew bits of fabric onto a foundation (either paper or fabric) following a numerical sequence. This book starts with a brief explanation of the method and then gives you traceable patterns for 365 different blocks (one for every day in the year). For each month, the author gives you a wonderful quilt using that month's blocks. You can make a Christmas quilt with the December blocks, or a pretty flower quilt with each month's flower. There are enough blocks here to keep a quilter busy for years.
 

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Foundation piecinggreat reference!

User Review  - momsews - Overstock.com

I have been sewing for years. Off and on over the years I have attempted quilting. I wanted to try this type of quilting.after watching a few on line tutorials. I wanted a good source for practice ... Read full review

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User Review  - krq08527 - Overstock.com

What an awesome collection of foundation piece quilt blocks. I love the way it is sectioned into different project suggestions for each season and holiday. The possibilities are endless when it comes ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Linda Causee is a quilt editor for the Creative Partners needlework book production team. Previously she was a longtime editor for American School of Needlework. Other Leisure Arts books she was authored through Creative Partners include 24-Hour Baby Quilts, 48-Hour Applique Quilts, 100 Any-Size Applique Blocks, 100 Paper Pieced Quilt Blocks, Freezer Paper Quilting, and more.

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