A modern approach to quilting that’s fresh, fun, and simpler than it sounds; it will change the way you quilt (for the better)
• Great for moms or anyone with a busy schedule - these 13 projects are easy to transport because they make it simple to pick up where you left off
• Go your own way: This method allows you to use a pattern or improvise, creating a wide variety of design options
• Save money! Learn how to finish your own quilts without the use of a longarm professional
Do you believe rules were meant to be broken? If so, this improvisational quilt-as-you-go technique is for you. Instead of dealing with precise paper patterns and cutting measurements, you’ll learn how to piece fabric onto small, manageable batting blocks. Let your creative juices flow as you quilt directly on the blocks (not the whole quilt!), whether in large abstract zigzags or small structured stitches. After the blocks have been joined, all you need to do is add backing fabric and binding, and - voila - it’s finished!
Softcover; 112 pages; published 2014.
Fancy Forest is a delightful sampler quilt featuring some of Elizabeth Hartman's most popular block designs, including Fancy Fox, Hazel Hedgehog, Bunny, Allie Owl (in a new smaller size), Thistle,...
Dogs in Sweaters includes instructions for making two quilt sizes and a 16” x 26” quilted pillow cover. These adorable dogs and their stylish sweaters are made using conventional patchwork...
From Jen Kingwell Designs — instruction booklet for Jen's 2016 BOM.
This carry-all tote is for the makers, the creatives, and the go-getters. It’s my spin on a classic doctor’s bag, but designed with handy on-the-go storage in mind. Perfect for...