Peeled-back Patchwork Curves Without Piecing
Dimensional curved piecing is an innovative process that makes it possible for quilters of all skill levels to do straight-line patchwork piecing with curved results. Learn how to add curves to your quilts the easy way by inserting folded pieces between seams, and gently peeling them back to reveal shaped secondary designs. The author has always been fascinated by curved designs, especially when combined with angular quilt blocks. Her diverse quilt patterns are arranged in order of difficulty, so that quilters are gradually introduced to this new technique. You will be intrigued by bed and wall quilts such as Patriotic Stars, Beaded Primrose, and Enchanted Rose Garden. Annette's techniques require no more than accurate cutting, some folding, and sewing 1/4 inch seams, so anyone can achieve attractive flowing design elements. You will appreciate the author's clear instructions, allowing you to make complicated-looking designs with easy methods.
- Paperback | 111 pages
- 208.3 x 271.8 x 12.7mm | 408.24g
- 15 Jul 2004
- COLLECTOR BOOKS
- Paducah, United States
A clever technique makes it possible to sew complicated-looking designs with dimensional accents without stitching any curved seams. -Quilter s Newsletter Magazine, June 2005