Sew Happy - 10 Cheerful Quilts You'll Have Fun Making

by Sandy Klop
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When it comes to designing quilts, no one is better at turning simple shapes into stunning patterns than Sandy Klop. Follow her lead to create a cheerful flower garden quilt from easy Snowball blocks. Learn how to arrange the most basic Nine Patch blocks into diagonal bands of color that really pop. Feeling more adventurous? You'll find a medallion quilt and a garden lattice design perfect for large-scale prints.
Whether you want to put your scrap basket to use, dive into your stash, or pick up some new prints at your favorite quilt shop, you'll find all the colorful inspiration you need to make 10 happy quilts that sparkle and shine.

Author:
by Sandy Klop
Size:
8.375" x 10.875"
Format Description:
full color, softcover
Pages:
80
Product Code:
B1542
ISBN:
9781683560838
Publication Date:
July 1st, 2020
Return Info:
This title accepted for returns only in resale condition
Excellent book, especially for beginner quilters. Instructions are easy to follow, and the colored drawings are a plus. Photos of sample quilts are nice and clear. Sandy Klop is very talented and is also wonderful and patient in person.
This book is “Sew Happy”! I love it! The designs are beautiful and the directions are easy to follow. I really enjoy Sandy’s commentary. There are so many designs that I love that it is hard to choose a favorite, but I think it is between Mrs. Sippi and Lots of Dots. Another that I really like is Jardin Lattice which uses French fabrics with diamond shapes. Birds and Boughs is happy, too!
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!! Every pattern is excellent!
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Sandy Klop

The creative mind behind American Jane Patterns, Sandy Klop is known for colorfully scrappy quilts with an upbeat traditional look. As a longtime designer for Moda Fabrics, Sandy renders cheerily nostalgic prints in rich primary colors.

Sandy was trained as an art teacher and began quilting while living in Iran and then Saudi Arabia, teaching at an American school. After moving back to the US, she continued to build her interest in quilting, launching American Jane Patterns, selling quilt kits, teaching quiltmaking, and sharing her patterns in a variety of quilting magazines. Visit Sandy at AmericanJane.com.

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