Layering shapes and colour, you can create complex rounded designs using simple construction methods. Stylish quilts, here we come!
Louisa L. Smith ––
Fool the eye with dynamic quilts that are easy to sew
Learn how to turn squares and rectangles into circles and ovals with no curved piecing—it’s easy! Use innovative layering, playful patterns, and delightful color choices to create 11 mind-bending quilt projects that’ll have you seeing double. The best-selling author of Strips ‘n Curves shares three simple construction methods. With something for every type of quilter, the endless possibilities of this collection will inspire you to see quilting in a whole new light.
• No curved piecing! Add three easy techniques to your repertoire for no-stress circles and ovals
• 11 opulent quilts with dazzling primary and secondary designs
• Learn layering, texture, color, and pattern with the best-selling author of Strips ‘n Curves
8.5 x 11
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