Jelly Roll Quilt Magic (Paperback)

Jelly Roll Quilt Magic By Kimberly Einmo Cover Image
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The popularity of Jelly Rolls, Layer Cakes, and Turnovers hasn't waned, but the quilts made from them have begun to a look a lot alike until now Kimberly Einmo, rising star international instructor and AQS author of Jelly Roll Quilts & More (2010), introduces an entirely new design sense in this book, which really is a magical approach to using precuts. She also introduces a 'shopping list' concept to make prepping for sewing a snap. More time for creating, sewing, and quilting 13 colorful projects give readers the opportunity to grasp her vision, and she provides block options for true originality. Last but not least, Kimberly experimented using precuts in a Round Robin exchange with international quilting friends. The idea and the results are amazing. This book will fuel quilt guild projects and challenges for years to come.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781604600001
ISBN-10: 1604600004
Publisher: American Quilter's Society
Publication Date: September 20th, 2011
Pages: 96
Language: English

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