Flying Colors: Design Quilts with Freeform Shapes & Flying Geese; 5 Paper-Pieced Projects, Full-Size Foundations
Let Your Imagination Take Flight! Gail teaches you step-by-step techniques to create your own unique quilt designs, or to make any of the 5 bonus projects. Draft shapes such as Flying Geese, triangles, and diamonds to fill strips of fabric that weave in and out of your design. Easy paper-piecing instructions help you make all your designs more accurate, from landscapes to radiating sunlight to flowing ribbons. Full-size foundation patterns included, plus a gallery of quilts made by Gail and her students. Learn how to make intriguing quilts with techniques for how to use free-form strips and shapes to create dimension, illusion, and flow. There's no limit to the designs you can invent!
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Align Art Quilt assembled Assembly Diagram background Backstitch batik Bernina binding blocks blue brick brickwork lines brickwork page 20 center star centerline contrast corner create curved lines Cut 1 strip Cut 4 rectangles cutting diagrams described in Stitching Designing Women diagram for reference directed in cutting Donna Barnitz Draw brickwork Erase unnecessary lines filler strip Finished quilt flexible curve flying geese Fold following the diagram Fortuna Foundation Piecing freezer paper freezer-paper foundation Gail Garber goose gradations grainline green half diagonally illusion master pattern mechanical pencil Michele Hymel Multicolor Number pieces Number the pieces ofthe outer border paper piece pointy dudes prairie points pullout page P1 purple quilt top quilter Quiltmaking registration marks Remove the paper Rueda ruler seam allowances selvage shapes squares Stitching the Strips straight edges Strips pages 49—52 Subcut as directed sunflower template pattern Tiny Trees Trim Wasilla waxy side wide yard yellow