Strip-Pieced Bargello - Dynamic Quilts, Step by Step

by Judith Steele
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Make mesmerizing bargello quilts with the easy-to-follow instructions and charts included in Strip-Pieced Bargello. It's like quilting by number!

* Sew strips of fabric together
* Slice the strip sets into segments
* Arrange segments into swaths of movement and color
* Create the illusion of curves using only straight strips!

Start with as few as four (or as many as 24) fabrics to sew a table runner, wall hanging, tote, tree skirt, or larger quilt. Armed with Judith's tools, tips, and techniques, as well as her smart methods for staying organized, you'll be ready to make your first--or your 21st!--bargello beauty.

by Judith Steele
8.375" x 10.875"
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full color, softcover
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Publication Date:
March 1st, 2019
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This title accepted for returns only in resale condition
Is there a correction for "Riding the Waves". Section 1 and 2 don't match up. I've checked over and over and can't figure it out.

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There is a mistake in the autumn leaves design pattern. First one I have tried. Easy to follow instructions.

Hi Shellie, please give us a call at 1-800-426-3126 and we'll be happy to help! --Martingale customer service
I was very excited to get my hands on a copy of Strip-Pieced Bargello Quilts by Judith Steele. The book did not disappoint. Judith's approach to bargello, while similar to mine, was just different enough, that I learned some new ways to look at various parts of the process. The instructions are clearly written and well thought through. The designs are original and appealing. The book is beautifully illustrated and delightful just to browse. I'm predicting the book will be a best seller. It is a must have for every quilter who enjoys strip piecing and/or bargello quilts.
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Judith Steele

Judith Steele grew up in a small country town in the state of Victoria in southeastern Australia. She learned to sew and knit as a young child, and her sewing led to many dressmaking projects that included her wedding dress and many children's clothes. She achieved the degree of Bachelor of Computing at La Trobe University in Bendigo, Victoria, and then worked for the state government of Western Australia while pursuing her passion for patchwork and quilting. Judith was bitten by the quilting bug in 1999 when her older daughter showed her a scrap-quilt pattern. After winning a copy of Electric Quilt, Judith found that designing became much easier. A number of her bargello designs have been published in various Australian quilting magazines. Bargello quilts are her primary love, but she relishes experimenting with anything that she can design using EQ8 on her computer.

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