Magic Stack-N-Whack Quilts

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American Quilter's Society, 1998 - Crafts & Hobbies - 111 pages
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Working with medium- to large-scale prints, quilters can create dynamic pieced blocks without hours of planning and precision cutting. The kaleidoscope effects occur spontaneously, thanks to the ingeniously simple 'Stack-n-Whack' cutting technique. By stacking identical repeats of fabric, quilters can efficiently cut the pieces needed for all the blocks. Each block will be unique and unexpected, keeping the quilting experience fresh and exciting! With over 200 how-to illustrations and dozens of color plates. Designs include the classic LeMoyne Star, Hybrid Lilies, Kaleidoscope Pinwheel, Hexagon Star, Diamond Ring, Morning Star, and others, all pieced with construction methods that eliminate set-in seams and ensure quick, successful results.

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Magic StackNWhack Quilts

User Review  - Karen V. -

A very good book to have in your quilting library. It opens up a new world of thought and a great spring board for other ideas for quilts! Be creative and enjoy! Read full review

Review: Magic Stack-N-Whack Quilts (Paperback)

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This is a great design book at a terrific price. I received the book quickly and started a quilt right away. It was very exciting to make because each unit looks different from the last. The ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Bethany S. Reynolds shares her Stack-n-Whack® method, designs, and quilt making tricks with quilters across the U.S., as well as in Australia, England and France.

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