Cut Loose Quilts: Stack, Slice, Switch, and Sew
Stack, slice, switch, and sew your way to crooked versions of traditional quilt blocks! Jan’s easy techniques dispense with perfection and show you how easy it is to follow your own crooked path. 18 fun, colorful projects--with no points to match, you’ll want to make every one of them! Easy enough for beginners, while experienced quilters will love the challenge of modifying favorite blocks. Learn Jan’s “ish” factor for super-simple cutting and piecing. Designs are based on traditional quilt block patterns.
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Want to get looseUser Review - rosetta - Overstock.com
This book presents an alternative to perfect quilting patterns where you just cant get those points! The simple fun techniques allow you to get loose and funky. You will produce quilts that you ... Read full review
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4"-ish squares add I/4 Adding the seam assorted colors background piece background square background triangles Block Size center square measurement corner to corner Corner Trianglez units corner units Cover Corner Trianglez curve Cut four Cut twenty Cut two strips cutting and piecing cutting mat Decide Drunkard’z Path finished square Flying Goosez unit focus fabrics following the piecing form the quilt Four-Patchez units gles goosez fabric goosez piece half-ish from corner Inner Border ITS/TECHNIQUES iust Jan Mullen Keeipe Log Cabinz units Melon Patchez units Nine-Patchez units Outer Border outer edge pairs Piece and cut piecing instructions purples quilt body quilt top recipe rectangles rotary cutter seam allowance Sewing the pieces shape squares from background Squarez Squarez-in-Squarez Stacking and slicing Stargazey Quilts stars Starz Stitch Switching the pieces Three-Patchez units Top and bottom Trimming the excess units on page wedges Western Australia width yards of assorted yellows