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Use Scraps Sew Blocks Make 100 Quilts

Use Scraps  Sew Blocks  Make 100 Quilts Author Stuart Hillard
ISBN-10 9781911595540
Release 2018-02-15
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Use Scraps, Sew Blocks, Make 100 Quilts is the new book from the Sewing Bee’s quilting supremo Stuart Hillard. Featuring 100 block patterns and 100 fabulous quilt designs, this book enables readers to sew a fantastic collection of scrap quilts. Every block featured comes with a breakdown of the fabric scraps required, assembly instructions and a detailed illustration of the finished block. Each of the 100 blocks can be used to make one of Stuart’s quilt designs – all the designs are brought to life by a detailed illustration, with 12 of Stuart’s absolute favourites captured in inspiring lifestyle photographs. Alternatively, any of the block patterns can be adapted and combined by quilters; they can personalise treatments, colours and arrangements, add extra borders, wider sashings and more, to design and sew their own unique quilts. Alongside the block patterns and quilt designs, Stuart has drawn on years of teaching experience to include the ultimate quilting hacks, tips and tricks, as well as his ‘rules’ for successful scrap quilting. Plus, all the major techniques are explained with the help of step-by-step photographs. This book is perfect for beginners attempting their first quilt, and experienced quilters looking for new inspiration. Stuart’s designs and irresistible enthusiasm will encourage anyone to stop hoarding their scraps and start using up their stash!

Every Last Piece

Every Last Piece Author Lynn Harris
ISBN-10 9781440240973
Release 2015-05-14
Pages 144
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Make the most of your stash with these twelve striking quilt designs! Learn to use fabric pieces of every size, from scraps to yardage, in Every Last Piece. Author Lynn Harris demonstrates numerous ways to maximize how you use fabric in quilts, including string-pieced blocks, mini star blocks, applique, sawtooth borders and more! Traditional designs are refreshed by giving them a scrappy look while other quilts offer minimalist charm when small scraps are used on broad backgrounds. The quilt gallery, as well as the projects themselves, will inspire you to design in ways you never imagined. Whether you're working on a gift, joining a quilt-a-long or heading to a fabric swap, you'll love using Every Last Piece!

Scrap Quilt Sensation

Scrap Quilt Sensation Author Katharine Guerrier
ISBN-10 0715324519
Release 2007
Pages 121
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This is a sumptuous collection of scrap quilts to make, all with Katharine Guerrier's unique contemporary twist on traditional designs. This book includes 11 step-by-step projects, with in-depth advice on selecting the right fabrics from your stash, and how to combine them for best effect. A further section on experimentation encourages you to take the ideas presented further, with additional small-scale quilts to inspire and motivate. It is beautifully illustrated with full colour photographs and easy-to-follow diagrams and artworks.

ScrapTherapy Cut the Scraps

ScrapTherapy   Cut the Scraps Author Joan Ford
ISBN-10 9781600853333
Release 2011
Pages 202
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Presents a plan for disposing of scrap and remnant fabrics by making them into quilts.

Quilts for Scrap Lovers

Quilts for Scrap Lovers Author Judy Gauthier
ISBN-10 9781617451638
Release 2016-02-01
Pages 88
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Make 16 gorgeous scrap quilts from the scraps in your stash, including odd-shaped leftovers from craft or garment sewing. A unique cutting system helps beginning and seasoned quilters achieve beautiful results. Piece traditional blocks with ease when you start with 3 1/2", 4 1/2", and 5 1/2" squares. Imagine the feeling of accomplishment when you transform novelty, holiday, and even mismatched fabrics into striking quilts!

No Scrap Left Behind

No Scrap Left Behind Author Amanda Jean Nyberg
ISBN-10 9781617453373
Release 2017-02-01
Pages 128
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Rescue your fabric scraps—even the smallest pieces—with 16 satisfying quilts and projects. Sew modern quilts for everyday use that will help you return to the roots of quiltmaking, with projects designed to help you use up every last scrap. Learn sorting and storage tips to help you plan your next quilt, with projects categorized by type of scrap—squares, strings, triangles, or little snippets. You’ll never look at scraps the same way again!

Scrap Basket Beauties

Scrap Basket Beauties Author Kim Brackett
ISBN-10 9781604681970
Release 2013-03-05
Pages 80
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Make stunning quilts from simple strips! In this follow-up to her best-selling books Scrap-Basket Surprises and Scrap-Basket Sensations, Kim Brackett presents 18 striking new quilt patterns for your piecing pleasure. All make beautiful use of 21⁄2" strips. Cut from your stash or use precut strips; quantities are given for both options Spotlight your favorite fabric for quilting--including batiks, florals, and traditional prints Enjoy an ample collection of designs ranging from geometrics to pinwheels to flowers

Sew Fabulous

Sew Fabulous Author Stuart Hillard
ISBN-10 9780297871330
Release 2014-08-28
Pages 256
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How to make beautiful fabric crafts for your home, from the GREAT BRITISH SEWING BEE's Stuart Hillard. Stuart Hillard reached the semi-final of BBC2's GREAT BRITISH SEWING BEE, bringing a fantastic sense of invention, passion, creativity and style to all things fabric. Stuart's first love is sewing for the home - transforming everything from tablecloths, cushions and curtains to garden chairs and quilts. He is an enthusiastic home sewer and teacher and his mission is to make sewing for the home accessible and aspirational, and his message is clear: sewing is for everyone. He introduces the novice sewer to the basic skills, kit and trimmings and also endeavours to teach even the most experienced sewer a new range of techniques. Ranging from the super-easy, no-sew projects for those who are enthusiastic about fabric but are under-confident, to gorgeous quilts that take a few basic sewing skills, Stuart's brilliant designs and simple-to-follow approach will help everyone to sew for their own home, their own way.

Scrap Quilt Secrets

Scrap Quilt Secrets Author Diane D. Knott
ISBN-10 9781617451393
Release 2016-03-21
Pages 112
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Turn your scrappy mess into a quilting success! Armed with the easy-to-use S.C.R.A.P.S. system (style, contrast, repetition, accent color, palette, and selvages), you’ll sew extraordinary quilts from every last bit of the fabric you love—even the tiniest scraps. Personalize 16 beginner-friendly quilts using the blank coloring pages, or apply the concepts to tackle any scrap quilt you want to make. These 6 must-know scrap secrets will forever change the way you look at scrap quilting!

Rainbow Quilts for Scrap Lovers

Rainbow Quilts for Scrap Lovers Author Judy Gauthier
ISBN-10 9781617454622
Release 2017-03-01
Pages 96
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Learn to rescue fabric leftovers with 12 colorful quilt patterns for scrap lovers. Judy Gauthier teaches you her indispensible system for cutting from "real," oddly shaped scraps, not just strips or precuts! Cut scraps into 3 1/2" 4 1/2", and 5 1/2" squares - a magical combination for all skill levels - using traditional rotary cutting or Judy's fast2cut Simple Square Templates. Clever organizing and quilt-assembly tips will help you uncover hidden treasures from your stash.

Quilt As You Go Made Vintage

Quilt As You Go Made Vintage Author Jera Brandvig
ISBN-10 9781617454738
Release 2017-09-01
Pages 148
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Get comfortable with basic piecing and machine quilting—one block at a time! Best-selling author Jera Brandvig is back, this time with a romantic take on her quilt-as-you-go designs. Try your hand at 9 projects, including an elegant sampler with 51 mix-and-match blocks. For quilt as-you-go enthusiasts, Jera shares 3 optional joining methods, including her new technique that makes your quilt reversible! No matter how busy your schedule, you can set attainable goals and practice quilting patchwork blocks in small, manageable pieces.

The Big Book of Nickel Quilts

The Big Book of Nickel Quilts Author Pat Speth
ISBN-10 9781604683967
Release 2013-11-05
Pages 192
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Here in one value-packed volume, find stunning designs from Nickel Quilts and More Nickel Quilts by best-selling authors Pat Speth and Charlene Thode. Simpilfy the cutting process and showcase 5" squares--or scraps from your stash--in timeless quilts. Find instructions for each quilt in three different sizes--lap, twin, and queen--for triple the options Get directions for using 4" and 6" squares as well Achieve a scrappy look or customize quilts to your fabric collection; patterns feature batiks, reproduction fabrics, and more

One Patch Quilts

One Patch Quilts Author Carolyn Forster
ISBN-10 1782213767
Release 2017-05-18
Pages 48
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A one patch quilt is essentially a patchwork quilt made from a single repeating shape. This is the simplest type of quilt you can make, but with carefully chosen coordinating patterns and colours, the results can be stunning. There are very few books on the market devoted entirely to one-patch quilts, so we expect this to be a popular book by a well-known sewing author. Carolyn Forster, who is an expert quilter, provides the inspiration for making these simple quilts, using a range of lovely fabrics. The book contains 20 projects, each using a different-shaped patch; for example, there are rectangles, hexagons, squares, triangles, diamonds, and so on. The quilts range from those based on a random selection of plain and patterned fabrics, to those that use just two or three different-coloured plain fabrics stitched together to form an interesting geometric design. On the left-hand page of each spread is a template for the basic shape, reproduced at actual size, and some basic instructions for arranging the shapes and stitching them together, showing some different ways of using colour. On the right-hand page is an overhead shot of the finished quilt. Instructions at the start of the book will explain how to enlarge the template if you want to make a larger quilt, and some basic quilting techniques, plus some guidance on how many shapes are needed to make a particular size of quilt. This book will appeal to patch workers, quilters and sewers looking for a source of ideas and inspiration for simple patchwork quilt designs that are quick and satisfying to make, while also being beautiful.

ScrapTherapy R the Versatile Nine Patch

ScrapTherapy R  the Versatile Nine Patch Author Joan Ford
ISBN-10 1631866753
Release 2017-04-25
Pages 224
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Often, the nine patch is one of the first blocks taught to beginners learning to quilt. But the nine patch is also one of the most diverse blocks, offering many different design options. In ScrapTherapy(r) The Versatile Nine Patch, quilt designer and teacher Joan Ford offers gorgeous designs using the traditional nine patch block plus more challenging and creative patterns that turn a nine patch into something entirely new. For each project, Joan gives quilters lots of options--cutting scraps from yardage or using scraps from their stash; strip piecing squares, cutting squares into strips, or creating squares with interfacing; and fabric variations to change the look of the project. All projects include step-by-step instructions, tips and hints, with how-to illustrations and a photo of the finished project. A quiltmaking basics section provides all the information plus step-by-step photos to build confidence and ensure success, no matter what the quilting project.

200 Blocks from Quiltmaker Magazine

200 Blocks from Quiltmaker Magazine Author That Patchwork Place
ISBN-10 1604681675
Release 2012
Pages 128
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Contains two hundred quilt-block patterns that all finish at twelve inches, including styles that range from simple patchwork to appliquâe, foundation piecing, and hand embroidery.

501 Quilt Blocks

501 Quilt Blocks Author Joan Lewis
ISBN-10 0696019973
Release 1994
Pages 320
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Shows quilt block patterns, grouped by theme, and sample blocks

Sew a Row Quilts

Sew a Row Quilts Author Karin Hellaby
ISBN-10 0954092805
Release 2001-01-01
Pages 112
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Fast and accurate patchwork, formula uses a 4" or 8" block and gives the structure for any size quilt. Clear diagrams and step-by-step directions. Color and block suggestions. Time and fabric efficient techniques.