Sara Nephew and Marci Baker ––
A new angle on classic quilt designs
What can you sew with a 60° ruler and a simple, repeated shape? The possibilities are endless! Favorite authors Sara Nephew and Marci Baker are back with 20 beautifully bold one-patch quilts made from triangles, half-hexagons, diamonds and more. With their eye-catching color placement and clever pieced units like half-triangles and quarter-hexagons, no two quilts look alike. For even more variety, pick your favorite method—working from scraps or strip piecing yardage—to create an array of quilts from wallhangings to full-size beauties.
• Sew 20 one-patch quilts from triangles, half- and quarter-hexagons, diamonds, and other easy, repeated motifs
• Two authors, two perfect methods! Try scrap piecing like Sara or strip cutting with Marci
• Start with full-size templates and play with intriguing color placement for quick quilt tops that wow
8.5" x 11"
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