Triple-Play Scrap Quilting - Planned, Coordinated, and Make-Do Styles

by Nancy Allen

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Discover clever, beginner-friendly strategies for showcasing the abundance of quilt fabrics available today--as well as the fabrics in your stash.

  • Choose from nine quilt patterns that are each shown in three different colorways: "coordinated scrappy," "planned scrappy," and "make-do scrappy"
  • Learn tips, tricks, and techniques including paper piecing, applique, alternatives for making half-square triangles, strip piecing, chain piecing, and more
  • Create patchwork quilts that use fat eighths, fat quarters, and yardage, as well as precut strips and squares

by Nancy Allen
8.5" x 11" printed on your home computer
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May 7th, 2013
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From The Quilter - Oct/Nov 2013

Don't let the black-and-yellow cover fool you: Triple-Play Scrap Quilting is one colorful book! There are nine quilts featured, and each one is shown in three different colorways for a completely different look. Quiltmaker Nancy Allen defines the styles as "coordinated scrappy," "planned scrappy," and "makedo scrappy," utilizing fat eighths, fat quarters, and running yardage, as well as precut strips and squares. In addition, different techniques are used, such as paper piecing, applique, strip piecing, and chain piecing.

This is a great resource for using up your stash or adding to it in an organized way so that you can achieve beautiful results.

Nancy Allen

Having grown up surrounded by quilts made by both of her grandmothers, Nancy Allen of Bountiful, Utah, started her first quilt when she was about 12 years old. By her estimate, Nancy has a big enough stash of blocks of the month, quilt kits, and fabric that she could make more than 50 quilts without buying fabric except perhaps for backing. She hopes that her quilt designs inspire quilters to use up some fabric--or perhaps to buy some more.

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