Fantastic book. Really has kicked my creative mojo into high gear. Two quilts made from this book, another started, many more swirling around in my brain.
Sujata Shah ––
Vivid, free-form quilts mingle handmade traditions from around the world
Bold, vibrant, striking - and amazingly easy to make! This collection of 15 quilts draws on handmade crafts from three continents to create a style that’s at once traditional and modern, artistic and practical. A simple stack, cut, shuffle, and stitch technique makes the sewing fun for quilters of any level. Perfection is not required! Author Sujata Shah provides alternate setting suggestions for each project, plus an inspiring photo gallery of the crafts that shaped her style. Making these quilts is the perfect way to expand your creative horizons.
• Transform traditional quilt blocks into 15 modern quilts inspired by the colors and crafts of India, the American South, and Africa
• Free-form piecing method makes every quilt a one-of-a-kind creation - no two are ever exactly alike!
• Enrich your quilting by bringing in textures, patterns, and colors from other cultures
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