Cutting and planning blocks has never been so easy!
The ultimate no-math reference for quilters is back and better than ever, with 110 traditional quilt blocks in 5 sizes each! Ultra-portable and indispensible, this updated reference keeps the cutting instructions at your fingertips with more blocks, more diagrams, and more practical tips. Highlights include dozens of precut-friendly designs and a complete block index, plus convenient rotary-cutting charts and reference tables that no quilter should be without. Exploded block diagrams and repeat layouts make construction a breeze. With color-filled sample blocks, blank line drawings, and design tips to spur your creativity, you can easily create a unique project for each block!
• New and improved! The ultimate no-math reference for quilters.
• 110 traditional blocks in 5 sizes each, with design tips, diagrams, and color inspiration.
• New, easy-to-use size with handy reference tables, rotary-cutting charts, and a block index.
• Projects included for each block, or design your own!
120 pages; published 2016.
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