Quilting-on-the-go by Carolyn Forster

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In Quilting-on-the-Go Carolyn explains how to break large quilt designs down into small, manageable sections that are easily quilted by hand or machine. Using her clear instructions you can piece a block on one outing, quilt it the next- and once you're ready to join the blocks, most of the quilting is already done. In the Basics section find everything that you need to know to prepare manageable pieces of quilting that you can then take with you wherever you go. No special equipment needed. The Project section contains 15 lovely quilts created using Quilt-on-the-Go blocks. Each framed block is pieced and quilted individually, using the full-size templates provided. Includes full-size templates, rotary cutting instructions and step by step diagrams and photos. As an extra bonus, the sashing/frame designs suggested for the projects create attractive secondary patterns across the quilt once the blocks are joined. Quilting-on-the-Go is quick, easy and effective.

About Carolyn Forster

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Published May 1, 2007 by Teamwork Craftbooks. 120 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home.

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Hand or machine piece a twelve-and-a-half-inch square, frame each square with strips of fabric, add a similar sized piece of batting and backing, hand or machine quilt the fabric sandwich together and move on to the next square.

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