365 Foundation Quilt Blocks

Front Cover
Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., Aug 1, 2006 - Crafts & Hobbies - 352 pages
4 Reviews
It’s quiltmaking made as simple as paint-by-numbers! With a new method called foundation piecing, you just follow a numerical sequence to stitch fabric onto a foundation. Even the smallest pieces meet precisely, quickly, and accurately. With 365 projects, you could make one every day of the year. They’re organized month-by-month, so you could make a patriotic quilt with the July blocks; a Thanksgiving quilt in November; a Christmas quilt with the December blocks; or pretty floral quilts with each month’s flowers. (There are also some whimsical designs such as the yellow submarine that marks the day the Beatles came to America.) Photos of quilts made with blocks for each month accompany the complete instructions for the entire foundation piecing process.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

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

A Block A Day ...

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

Contents

Before You Begin 3 July
180
August
210
September
238
October
266
November
296
December
324
Index
351
Copyright

Other editions - View all

About the author (2006)

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.

Bibliographic information