Nickel Quilts - Great Designs from 5-Inch Scraps

by Pat Speth, Charlene Thode
$19.99
EB543

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Discover scrap quiltmaking at its best with an all-new system for making traditional quilts that sparkle. Start by cutting 5" squares from stash fabrics. Once you have a stack of squares, half the work--the cutting--is done!

  • Choose from 20 big, beautiful patterns that each include directions for three different sizes
  • Use just eight units to make every quilt in the book; then mix and match them into dozens of other creative settings
  • Alternate unit sizes are provided for 4" and 6" squares for even more options

Author:
by Pat Speth, Charlene Thode
Size:
8.5" x 11" printed on your home computer
Format Description:
full color, PDF digital download
Pages:
112
Product Code:
EB543
ISBN:
9781564774163
Publication Date:
February 18th, 2002
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eBook PDF purchases are non-returnable. Please contact customer service for more information.
The designs are great but the cost of printing these ebooks is very prohibitive for me.
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Pat Speth

Pat Speth began quilting in 1988 and has a special love for scrap quilts. She enjoys discovering traditional blocks and designing new ones that can be made from 5" squares. In addition to writing numerous individual quilt patterns and a block-of-the-month, Pat has designed five fabric collections for Windham Fabrics. She travels the country, giving lectures and teaching Nickel quilt workshops.

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Charlene Thode

Charlene Thode's grandmother introduced her to sewing and piecing by entertaining her with mail-order suit samples and later with cross-stitch blocks when she was just nine years old. She was reintroduced to quilting in the early 1980s and has expanded her love of the quilting arts into providing custom memory quilts and quilting, as well as teaching piecing and long-arm quilting to others.


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