Sunday Morning Quilts
Amanda Jean Nyberg and Cheryl Arkison –– Celebrate great fabric by using every scrap Are scrap piles wreaking havoc in your sewing space? Not sure what to do with all those tiny bits of gorgeous...
Sarah Maxwell and Dolores Smith ––
Smash your stash by combining fabrics to piece and appliqué
Sarah Maxwell and Dolores Smith teach readers how to combine fabric from several different lines and styles to create unique "controlled scrappy" quilts that reflect the maker’s personality. Dolores in particular loves working with wool, and her designs showcase her flair for appliqué and combining plaids with wools or cottons. The fun is in seeing how blocks emerge as you combine different prints, values, and even fabric styles, following the broad color guidelines provided. Learn to combine many fabrics and utilize that one piece that seems out of place as the spark that sets off the entire quilt.
• 9 projects blend appliqué, plaids, wools, and cottons
• Gain fabric confidence while making quilts that shine
• Learn Sarah Maxwell and Dolores Smith’s unique "controlled scrappy" style
Kansas City Star Quilts
8.5 x 10.875
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