These all-new, timesaving techniques show quilters how to create exquisite, interlacing Celtic patterns more simply and quickly than ever before! Just “baste” designs with fusible web, machine appliqué with “invisible” stitches, and add dramatic color and texture with decorative threads.
Got a passion for exotic fabrics? Feature the fabrics of Japan, Polynesia, and Hawaii in your next quilt! This talented mother-daughter team shares their love of unusual fabrics in one-of-a-kind designs. Learn the best ways to use beautiful, bold
The stunning beauty of Japanese fabrics inspired award-winning quiltmaker Kitty Pippen to immerse her quilts in Japanese elegance and style. Now Kitty shares her dazzling creations in eight exquisite patterns that illustrate how quilters of all skill levels can play
It’s never too late to be creative! Using these simple techniques and hands-on exercises, you can develop a quiltmaking style that’s spontaneous and fun. Learn to push past frustrating mental blocks to make imaginative, original quilts that tell stories about
Popular quilting expert Ricky Tims presents an imaginative, new piecing technique that quilters will adore! Convergence quilts feature two or more fabrics cut into strips, sewn together, then cut and pieced again. Nothing could be simpler – or more magical!
A beautiful catalog of american quilts. The photographs are full color and show great detail.
A showcase of styles and techniques. This beautiful and informative book celebrates the generations of Ontario quilters who created cherished, lasting works of domestic art while keeping their families warm during cold northern winter nights. Many Ontario quilters have roots
In Quilting to Soothe the Soul, you’ll learn how quilters through the ages have turned to quilting and sewing to memorialize the significant moments of our lives: the births, marriages, anniversaries, and deaths of our friends and loved ones. Author
Designing Tessellations opens the door for quilters to thousands of new and exciting patterns by showing them how to create tessellations–designs made up of the repeated use of seemingly complex but deceptively simple shapes that interlock perfectly to flow across