This fresh and vibrant collection of 19 graphic quilt patterns offer modern quilters designs that work up simply and quickly, making these quilts perfect for gift giving. Whether you're quilting a gift for a dear friend or organizing a project for your quilting guild to work on together, this book has what you're looking for.
Enjoy the simple gift of quilting!
Creating a quilt is always a gift — in finding the time to enjoy your hobby, and in giving away your finished piece. In the pages of Quilt Giving, you'll find nineteen quilts that make perfect presents for yourself or someone else.
The quilt patterns in this book embrace beautiful color and sewing simplicity. You can take your time to enjoy the process and still have a quilt ready for your next baby shower or winter weekend curled up on the sofa! You'll also expand your sewing skills as you experiment with the big block conventions found in Twinkle, Map and Bloom; use easy corner triangles for simple detail in Gem, Summer and Sprinkle; or cast tradition aside and use a vertical or horizontal grid in Path, Garden and City.
Softcover, 144 pages; published 2016.
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...
From Jen Kingwell Designs — instruction booklet for Jen's 2016 BOM.
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 Elizabeth Hartman — Lloyd & Lola are friendly large-scale llama blocks, complete with pieced blankets and decorations. The large and small quilt designs in this pattern also include festive...