3-Fabric Quilts: Quick Techniques for Simple Projects
E A S Y A S 1 - 2 - 3 ! Selecting fabrics and making great quilts have never been easier! In 3-Fabric Quilts, Leni Levenson Wiener gives you the tools to make twelve fantastic quilts that each require only three fabrics. With each quilt composed of geometric squares, rectangles and strips, cutting and piecing have never been so fast and simple. INSIDE, YOU’LL FIND: - Advice on choosing the three fabrics, including tips on understanding color, value and print scale, making fabric shopping easier than ever. - Illustrated instructions for twelve 3-fabric quilts, each with yardage requirements and instructions for a small and large size. - Basic rotary cutting, piecing and fi nishing instructions. - Fun, fresh, contemporary fabrics, layouts and patterns— perfect for gifts or to decorate your own home!
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