Two heads are better than one!
Two scrap-quilting specialists, Lissa Alexander (ModaLissa.com) and Susan Ache (@YardGrl60), know a trick or two for making the most of your stash, selecting (or omitting) fabrics, and creating stunning quilts. And they're spilling their secrets in Two-of-a-Kind Quilts! These gals are two peas in a pod when it comes to designing must-make quilt patterns. Build your scrap-quilting skills as you stitch your way through 12 striking patterns.
But wait, there's more! Professional long-armers Maggi Honeyman (who quilts for Lissa) and Sue Rogers (who quilts for Susan) join in, adding their two cents on how to quilt your scrap quilts.
Two thumbs up! From start to finish, the dynamic duo's first coauthored book is one you'll return to time and again. Let's get quilting, on the double!
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Online she's ModaLissa, but by day, Lissa Alexander heads up the Moda marketing team. By night, she's quilting, blogging, designing, and more at ModaLissa.com. Her wish? "I hope you get time to sit and sew. It's good for the soul."
Lissa's quilting story is a simple one. It started with a wedding quilt, which led to working in a quilt shop. She has had an amazing journey that she could never have imagined. Through it all, she has learned to take the pieces and stitch them together to make something new. Her life is a patchwork of family, friends, and people who have made an impact.Visit Lissa's website
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Knowing only that she wanted to feature embroidery and Nine Patch blocks, Susan Ache taught herself to make her first quilt. Quiltmaking opened up a new world to this mom of five now-grown children. She turned many hours of reading about quiltmaking into a lifelong passion for creating beautiful quilts.
Susan finds color inspiration in her native Florida surroundings. She's always searching for new and fun ways to show off as many colors as she can in a quilt. Most of her quilts are a creative impulse inspired by a trip to the garden center, a photograph in a magazine, or a few paint-color samples. She never sees just the quilt--she sees the room where the quilt belongs.
Working in a quilt store for years helped cultivate Susan's love of color and fabric. Find Susan on Pinterest and Instagram as @yrdgrl60.
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