Quilts from Grandmother's Garden by Jaynette Huff

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A little handwork--and a few quick tricks--is all it takes to create these striking quilts inspired by old-fashioned Grandmother's Flower Garden quilts. Instead of sewing together thousands of tiny hexagons, make appliqué units instead!

Start with one learning place-mat project; then get creative with ten quilt patternsTake these perfectly portable projects wherever you go; appliqué units make it easyLearn how today's inexpensive precut papers make the process a breeze--no need to draw and cut hexagons

About Jaynette Huff

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Former quilt-shop owner Jaynette Huff has won several awards for her work, which has been featured in numerous books and national quilting magazines. She is a member of several wonderful quilt guilds, and she especially enjoys the friendship and care that develops among members of smaller, more intimate groups formed around particular quilt types, techniques, and interests. Jaynette lives in Conway, Arkansas, with her husband, Larry, and their cat and dog, Inky and Buddy.
Published July 10, 2012 by That Patchwork Place. 80 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction