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  • Publisher: C&T Publishing
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 01 March 2006
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781571203229
  • Stock: 44 in stock
  • Size: 218x278 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 72
  • RRP: £15.99
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One Block Wonders

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One Fabric, One Shape, One-of-a-Kind Quilts by Maxine Rosenthal

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Book Description

Amaze your friends! Maxine shows you exactly how to choose a large-scale print, figure yardage, cut and piece these drop-dead gorgeous quilts. Big pieces and clever short-cut methods make these quilts go together faster than you'd think. Choose one of two projects or use the techniques in any size quilt you can imagine.

Brand new technique is all about texture, movement, sparkle, and swirl! Choose hexagons or octagons-you're the designer Easy random cutting! No planning, no fussy cuts, no mess-ups Simple piecing with NO Y-SEAMS!

About the Author

About Maxine Rosenthal

Maxine Rosenthal started quilting almost 40 years ago. She made her first kaleidoscopic quilt for her daughter's ninth birthday. Her daughter is now 37 and has many kaleidoscopic quilts including the very first one. Maxine lives in Minnesota, USA.

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Library Journal, USA

Aug 06

The technique presented does not require the precision of traditional quilting but instead gives the quilter freedom to create a quilt full of movement and color. First-time author Rosenthal gently leads the reader through the all-important process of choosing the appropriate fabric, cutting it, and designing the quilt on a homemade "fabric wall."


Popular Patchwork

Nov 06

This book is ideal for anyone who has already made a Kaleidoscope quilt and enjoyed the technique. All the quilts described are of large wall-hanging or lap-quilt size, but suggestions are given on making larger quilts, along with fabric requirements. The quilts need a main fabric and a background fabric. Maxine stumbled on her method when she wanted to make a quilt but didn't have a background. She found that another fabric was not necessary to produce a lovely effect and, as a by-product, that less fabric was needed. The first chapters on choosing and preparing the fabric are so detailed and easy to understand that even someone who has never prepared fabric for a Kaleidoscope quilt would be able, with patience, to do so. All the instructions on cutting and sewing the blocks are clear, but some experience is essential, despite the finished effect being forgiving of minor mistakes. Every quilt is unique; the same blocks can be organised in a multitude of ways. An inspirational book -- particularly for those who cannot resist buying large-print fabrics!

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