By popular demand, Carrie Nelson presents a terrific follow-up to her top-selling Schnibbles Times Two. Quilters will find 12 beautiful pairs of small and large quilts made from convenient precut 5" and 10" squares. So appealing and easy, these great quilts from the creator of Miss Rosie's Quilt Company are perfect for all skill levels.
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Carrie Nelson, the designer behind the Miss Rosie's Quilt Company name, is back with a collection of 12 fabulous patchwork quilts (no applique involved). Each one is shown made in two sizes: one primarily from 10in squares of fabric plus a background fabric; the other primarily from 5in squares of fabric plus a background fabric. The large and small quilt made from each pattern are shown in quite different fabrics, which will help those of us who struggle somewhat with colours decide which "look" we prefer. The quilts made in the larger size are 80-90in on each side, making them excellent bed quilts. The smaller quilts are a terrific size for wallhangings for baby quilts, at about 32in per side. If you don't buy pre-cut fabrics, there's no need to use the 10in or 5in squares that Carrie has--the designs would also look fabulous made in bits and pieces from your stash. Carrie has also included some nifty hints and tricks to streamline cutting and assembly without sacrificing accuracy.
Review from Fons & Porter's Scrap Quilts magazine
Carrie Nelson of Miss Rosie's Quilt Company is back with a follow-up to Schnibbles Times Two. In her new book, you'll find twelve pairs of quilts made with precut five- and ten-inch squares. What can be easier than using fabric that has already been cut for you and stacks of squares that coordinate? You'll want to make lots of these quilts.
A rose by any other name is still a rose. So fans of Carrie Nelson may not know her by her given name, but they surely know her by her pattern-designer name, Miss Rosie. Carrie is Moda Fabrics' social-media guru (perhaps not her official title, but that's what she's all about), but she still slips into her Miss Rosie mode from time to time to design yet another clever scrappy pattern. No matter what you call her, you'll call her patchwork patterns brilliant!
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