Scrap-Basket Beauties - Quilting with Scraps, Strips, and Jelly Rolls

by Kim Brackett
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Make stunning quilts from simple strips! In this follow-up to her best-selling books Scrap-Basket Surprises and Scrap-Basket Sensations, Kim Brackett presents 18 striking new quilt patterns for your piecing pleasure. All make beautiful use of 2½" strips.

  • Cut from your stash or use precut strips; quantities are given for both options
  • Spotlight your favorite fabric for quilting--including batiks, florals, and traditional prints
  • Enjoy an ample collection of designs ranging from geometrics to pinwheels to flowers

Author:
by Kim Brackett
Size:
8.375" x 10.875"
Format Description:
full color, softcover
Pages:
80
Product Code:
B1157
ISBN:
9781604681963
Publication Date:
March 5th, 2013
Return Info:
This title accepted for returns only in resale condition
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Review from Quit It Today, June/July 2013

Make stunning quilts from simple strips! Author Kim Brackett presents 18 striking new quilt patterns for your piecing pleasure, all of which can be made using 2-Yz" strips from your stash or precuts. Enjoy this ample collection of designs that range from geometries to pinwheels to flowers.

Kim Brackett

Best-selling author of the popular "Scrap-Basket" series of quilt books, Kim Brackett developed an interest in quilting in 1988 after admiring a collection of vintage quilts displayed in an antique shop. She began gathering tools, fabrics, and patterns and finally finished her first quilt 10 years later. Since then she has completed countless quilts, many of which have been featured in her books. Although she prefers hand quilting, she has overcome many of the challenges of machine quilting and enjoys finishing her quilts in much less time. Kim works full-time as a paralegal in Pensacola, Florida.

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