Turn Pre-Cuts to Patchwork in 12 Fat-Quarter Friendly Quilts
Untie the bow....
No quilter can resist a stack of beautifully coordinated fabrics neatly folded into a bundle and tied with a bow. Quilters are left with just a “taste” of many fabrics, but often think they don’t have enough to sew an entire quilt. Not true! Australian fabric and pattern designer, Emma Jean Jansen, inspires you to create any of her 12 quilts specifically designed to showcase these fabulous cuts - whether they’re from a single fabric collection or a custom shop collection of many fabric lines.
Emma demonstrates quick piecing methods, raw-edge applique and freezer paper foundation piecing to achieve stylish, modern quilt designs. The inspiring patchwork projects are photographed in Emma's native Australia, and ranges from the bold and geometric to the elaborate–but all projects focus on how to use those beautiful bundles of fat quarters.
With Emma’s guidance you’ll learn how to cut your fat quarters to maximize usable fabric. She also shares her tips on how to combine your bundle fabrics with crisp solids to achieve maximum contrast. Photographed within sweeping Australian vistas, the quilts are so refreshing that you’ll want to sew all 12 of them!
So go ahead...buy the bundle at your favorite quilt shop, or reach for those in your stash. No longer will you simply buy and stash fat quarters - you’ll be able to use these bundles to create stunning, contemporary quilts!
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Author: Emma Jean Jansen ISBN13: 978-1-940655-17-8 Format: Paperback with flaps Book Trim: 9 x 9 Pages: 128
Oh my gosh, is this an absolute treasure! Beautiful photography, clear instructions of the patterns... cant wait to get started. My favourite of all the quilting books/patterns I possess! Thanks Emma! Love it!
Aug 3, 2017 by mandysea
Beautiful Book stunning photography I can't wait to get started😊 Thankyou for signing my copy
Apr 9, 2017 by Karyn Ewing
Gorgeous book! Will definitely enjoy making the quilts. Thanks again for a signed copy.