Bargello Quilts with a Twist

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Krause Publications Craft, Aug 29, 2008 - Crafts & Hobbies - 160 pages
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If you love traditional Bargello quilts with their illusion of curves and flowing waves, but are wary of tedious cutting and the complexity of creating free-form patterns, this new 16-piece Bargello block technique allows you to have fun playing with a collection of blocks to create endless possibilities - the more blocks and colors, the more possibilities.

With the newly created block method, Bargello Quilts with a Twist allows you to create the look of Bargello with ease. Strips are cut and pieced in sets of four, counter-cut, and joined to complete the blocks. Using the versatile pattern, there are an amazing number of ways to arrange as few as 16 blocks to create exciting and unique patterns.

 

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Very exciting book. The authors stepbystep directions are wonderful. She includes many many layout options and most include color pictures which help. Cant wait to start one of the designs. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
8
Chapter 1
13
Chapter 2
29
Chapter 3
53
Chapter 4
69
Chapter 5
91
Chapter 6
113
Chapter 7
129
Gallery
142
Appendices
144
Quilt Contributors
152
Supply Sources
154
About the Author
155
Index
156
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About the author (2008)

Maggie Ball enjoys teaching quilting to both children and adults. Maggie became president of the Arkansas Quilter's Guild in 1992, a group recognizing quilters for their exceptional talent and innovative approaches to both traditional and contemporary quilting. She makes art quilts and exhibits them on a local and national level. Maggie, author of "Creative Quilting with Kids", resides in Bainbridge Island, Washington with her husband and two children.

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