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Fat Quarterly Shape Workshop for Quilters: 60 Blocks + a Dozen Quilts and Projects!

Fat Quarterly Shape Workshop for Quilters: 60 Blocks + a Dozen Quilts and Projects!

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By (author) Katy Jones, By (author) Brioni Greenberg, By (author) Tacha Brucher, By (author) John Adams, By (author) Tacha Bruecher

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  • Publisher: Lark Books,U.S.
  • Format: Paperback | 144 pages
  • Dimensions: 201mm x 251mm x 15mm | 522g
  • Publication date: 1 May 2012
  • Publication City/Country: Asheville
  • ISBN 10: 1454702826
  • ISBN 13: 9781454702825
  • Edition: 1
  • Illustrations note: full colour throughout, includes photographs, includes illustrations, includes templates
  • Sales rank: 27,875

Product description

The authors of Fat Quarterly, the wildly popular ezine on quilting, share the secrets of their quilting success in a collection of 60 quilt blocks and 12 quilts and projects, with a helpful introduction and coverage of basic techniques. Each chapter offers 10 colorful quilt blocks, instructions for a full-size quilt and a smaller project, plus all the necessary templates. Both a trusted guide and an inspirational workshop, this is a perfect resource for all quilters, especially members of traditional and online quilting bees.

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Fat Quarterly is a quarterly ezine written largely by a group of four authors: John Adams lives in Cary, NC; Katy Jones and Brioni Greenberg live in West Yorkshire, England; and Natasha Bruecher lives in Berlin, Germany. While each member of the group has a personal blog, they all work to maintain a popular site and blog for their ezine, both with a vibrant online community and over 35,000 visits to their blog per month.

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"The online magazine "Fat Quarterly" ("FQ") is at the foreground of the booming modern quilting movement, and this first book from the publication's editorial team is a treat for quilters of all tastes. "FQ"'s vision of modern quilting is about more than taking traditional blocks and making them wonky--it involves everything from fabric choice to design to the quilting itself. Organized by shapes, the book includes everything from simple squares and rectangles to elaborate polygons. VERDICT: The pieces range from full-size quilts to small projects to help quilters get their feet wet, and the projects are plentiful. An excellent purchase." --"Library Journal"