Find fresh new ways to combine the scraps you've been collecting. Perfect for budget-minded quilters, these visually pleasing designs give a modern slant to traditional quilt blocks.
- Discover three "scrap equations" that will make you fearless about fabric: neutrals + scraps = balance, value > color, and more = better
- Choose from 11 appealing projects for confident beginners and beyond
- Learn time-saving techniques for sorting and storing your scraps so you can easily transform them into fabulous quilts
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Those of us with a sizeable fabric stash are always on the lookout for ways to use it. Tonya Alexander provides several "formulae" for making scrap quilts that are likely to help you look at your stash with a new perspective. Instructions are provided for 11 projects, ranging in size from table runners to double-bed quilts. There are also ideas for organising and categorising your fabrics.
Tonya Alexander is a mom to two, a wife to one, and a quilter to many of her friends and family. She says that she is an accidental quilter by home-decorating necessity; her first quilt was meant to be her only quilt. But a love of fabric, scraps, and stash quickly overtook her. She follows in the footsteps of many talented women in her family, especially her grandmother, the real maker of all things wonderful; her mother, the best home economics teacher ever; and many more.
Tonya has had quilts featured in several magazines, and she is the author of Stash Lab. She lives and quilts in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, where there are more good quilting days and shades of green than she ever imagined. Visit her at EyeCandyQuilts.blogspot.com.
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