New Light On Storm At Sea Quilts: One Block-An Ocean of Design Possibilities
Take this Scrap-Quilter's Favorite in Bold New Directions. Open up new creative possibilities for the traditional Storm at Sea block with innovative design and construction techniques. Make 6 elegantly curved Storm at Sea quilt projects with all straight-line piecing. Assemble your blocks the easy way with fast2cutŪ Quilters' TRIMplateTM trimming rulers, or use the included full-size patterns for paper piecing. See many other stunning Storm at Sea designs in the gallery of quilts, including several by nationally known quilters. If you've never tried the beautiful Storm at Sea block because of its "hard-to-piece" reputation, you'll change your mind once you try Wendy's easy new piecing methods. But that's not all-you'll also learn to create your own Storm at Sea designs and bring dramatic new life to an old favorite.
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00 GO GO 20 rectangles available from C&T batik Big SIS Diamond Big SIS units C8<T Publishing corner cut 2 strips Cut all strips Cutting for TRIMpIate Dark dark/light Diamond Little SIS Diamond units double diamond grid E pieces F squares 31/2 Faith Horsky final trim Foundation Piecing Cut foundation template patterns GO GO 00 GO GO GO Linda Kamm Little SIS units Measure the quilt Partial Little SIS pieced unit pieces 2 strips Pieces Needed piecing method Prayer Quilt press the seams Publishing see Resources Quilt as desired quilt assembly diagram quilt construction quilted by Faith Quilters rectangles 21/2 Sally Collins Sea Quilts Sea units seam allowance Sew the rows Sew the strips Sew the units shaped SIS Diamond Little squares 3V2 standard grid Storm at Sea strips across width subcut into 20 triangles TRIMpIate Piecing TRlMplate units into rows Wendy Mathson yard 1 strip yards Batting