How many fat quarters does it take to make a quilt? 6, 8, 10, 12, or 14--the choice is yours! America's favorite fabric cut gets a fun makeover in a dozen all-new patterns from popular blogger Andy Knowlton. In her happy color palette, Andy shares easy-to-sew quilts that will inspire you to break into your bundles, unfold your singles, or even cut yardage into 18" x 22" chunks of fabric to re-create these cheerful designs.
Stars, pinwheels, arrows, and Churn Dashes are just a few of the classic motifs that get Andy's fresh fat-quarter treatment. No more excuses and no time to lose--you'll love reducing and restocking your stash to make these fat-quarter friendly projects.
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Andy Knowlton has always loved color, fabric, and math, and she was delighted to discover that quilting and pattern design let her blend all three loves into one. Most afternoons you can find her in a quiet corner of her home that gets lovely, warm afternoon sunshine. It's her happy place and the inspiration for the name of her pattern company, A Bright Corner.
When Andy isn't quilting, you can find her hiking in the mountains with her dog, napping on the couch, or baking something chocolaty in her kitchen.
She lives with her husband and two kids in Utah, where they enjoy camping, exploring, playing video games, and eating cookies.
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