One Block Wonders Encore: New Shapes, Multiple Fabrics, Out-of-this-World Quilts
A Bold New Spin on One-Block Quilts: New Projects, More Fabrics, New Effects. 6 quilt projects, plus over a dozen gallery quilts and techniques for creating endless one-block variations. Create dramatic new design effects quilters have been asking for: hollow cubes, cubes sliced open, and blocks tumbling into the borders. New! Make one-block wonders with multiple fabrics, not just one. The authors teach you to choose the right fabrics, with photos showing the original fabrics and the finished quilt. Still no Y-seams! All piecing is easy straight lines. You'll love everything that's new in this exciting sequel from the best-selling author of One-Block Wonders: stunning new quilts, new visual effects, and ways to add even more color to your quilts with multiple fabrics. You'll still love the whirling, dramatic designs, the simple straight-line piecing, and the dramatic large-scale prints that make One-Block Wonders a fabric-lover's favorite.
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Dividing a Quilt Asymmetrically
About the Authors
Creating a Quilt with Panels
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accent border aligning fabrics batik Binding Fabrics Border and Binding border fabric border strip Clearview Triangle ruler color colorway Creating Hexagons cube with slice cut 6 strips cut edge cutting repeats cutting triangles dark fabrics design elements design wall details on cutting fabric pieces hexagon blocks hollow cube include 1/2 yard inner—border fabric intermediate Joy Pelzmann Keep the triangles large trapezoids Machine pieced Materials 41/2 yards Maxine Rosenthal Measure your quilt medium trapezoid original fabric Ouilt and bind pieced and quilted pieces as shown Pin the halves Press the seams primary fabric quilt shown quilted by Joy quilted by Maxine repeats plus 1/2 seams open selvage Sew the half Sew the triangles sewing half hexagons small trapezoid straight straight edge strip of border stripe triangles trapezoid to form Trapezoids as Building triangle unit triangles into half triangles stacked V—shape width X the width yard to include yards of fabric