Important Note about PRINT ON DEMAND Editions You are purchasing a print on demand edition of this book This book is printed individually on uncoated non glossy paper with the best quality printers available The printing quality of this copy will vary from the original offset printing edition and may look saturated The information presented in this version is the same as the latest edition Any pattern pullouts have been separated and presented as single pages If the pullout patterns are missing, please contact c t publishing....
|Title||:||Make Any Block Any Size - Print on Demand Edition: Simply Draw Sensational Quilt Patterns|
|Publisher||:||C T Publishing, Inc 17 M rz 1999|
|Number of Pages||:||146 Seiten|
|File Size||:||880 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Make Any Block Any Size - Print on Demand Edition: Simply Draw Sensational Quilt Patterns Reviews
I don't own this book yet, but can give you a bit of description (more than what's provided at any rate)."Joen's book teaches you to draw blocks from all of the basic patch families (4-patch, 5-patch, 7-patch and 9-patch). Learn to blend blocks from the same patch family to form new, exciting designs. Includes more than 150 traditional, historical and original block designs. No math! No graph paper! No fuss! Includes gallery of quilts."I'm sure this book is excellent. Joen Wolfrom is a pro; check out her book "The Visual Dance".
Oh, my gosh! I'm just flipping through the pages as the book just arrived minutes ago, and I can't wait to get home and dive into this one. Just the photos and drawings alone are going to prevent me from staying focused on other things all day long! The block patterns and ideas for placement are terribly inspiring. I can't wait to begin piecing these blocks!!!
Love this book. Will help me in making quilt blocks. Thanks.
Loved the book. Will buy others.
Great book. Makes drawing blocks to any size a breeze. And some fabulous time saving tips are in the book too.
This is a book to keep coming back to, although the method is so simple that now that I've played with it for a little while, I won't feel so frustrated by the need to change block sizes. I stumbled on it after trying to figure out how to work with a 12-inch repeat with a kalidoscope design that called for rotary cutting from strips 6.25 inches wide. So near and yet so far. We graphed it several times and got the desired result, but it would have been far simpler with her technique.There were several far more experienced quilters in the class, and their comments during the graphing process make me think that a lot of quilters would benefit from this book.I also appreciated that it will make designing your own patch or adapting something from a picture a simpler process.I'll buy it when I order some more books in a couple of days - I spent a bundle on fabric already this week. I say that I can either have fun while I make money selling houses or have fun while I spend money quilting. Hard choice.