Blendable Curves: Stack, Slice & Sew Unique Quilts in a Weekend

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C&T Publishing Inc, Nov 5, 2010 - Crafts & Hobbies - 64 pages
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Stack, Slice & Sew Unique Quilts in a Weekend. Big, easy blocks + free-form curves = gorgeous, low-stress quilts. 10 quilt projects with complete instructions. No seams or points to match, no pinning needed! Chapters on quilting tips and mitered binding. Quilts you can piece without worrying about matching seams or corners...Curves you can sew without pinning or hash marks...A quilt that looks good enough to hang in a gallery, but you put it together in a single weekend. You can do it all with Peggy's new Blendable Curves technique. Just stack, slice, and sew! 10 complete projects start simple and build to more complex techniques. Perfect for anyone with basic quilting skills.
 

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Contents

Which Road Leads Home?
4
Curvaceous Cabins
7
Pleasantville
12
Curveazy Stars
16
Art for Four
17
Pinwheel Party
Blown Away
A Leap of Faith
Quick Tips on Quilting
NoFail Mitered Bindings
Template Patterns
Gallery
About the Author
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Peggy Barkle, a self-taught quilt artist and longarm quilter, is a special editor for "Quilt "magazine. She lives in Lilburn, Georgia.

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