No more cutting all those sharp-angled triangles
that get eaten in your machine's throat plate. The
block uses a revolutionary template developed by
author Sharon Sebrow. Whether have the same
results an experienced quilter will enjoy when
making a projects with clear instructions for both
right and left hand template use. The book uses a
number of layouts to demonstrate the versatility
of this handy method: side by side, on point,
developed a unique template to encourage
developed a unique template to encourage
beginning quilting students to tackle this
challenging block. An award-winning quilter, she
continues to teach and inspire students of all
ages and skill levels from her home in Teaneck,
New Jersey.
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Eleanor Burns has applied her
amazing Quilt in a Day® methods
to simplify the challenging
Kaleidoscope quilt! Eleanor's
book leads you step-by-step
through selecting your fabric,
cutting and sewing triangles, and
finishing your quilt. Find out how
the Kaleidoscope's intricate
designs can be created by your
placement of lights, mediums, and
darks.

gift. For gifts of love and friendship, there are
timeless quilted projects that will bring joy to your
heart as you create them to commemorate a
special occasion or to give as a token of your love
and affection. For the young and young at heart,
express your love by giving a one-of-a-kind
keepsake. Whether it’s for a baby’s birth, a child
in need of a room update, or a teen venturing off
to college -- each project will show just how much
you care. From quick-as-a-wink pincushions and
lapel pins to small folk art wall hangings and
unique stuffable stocking pillows, there’s list.
All quilters know one thing for sure: a fabric stash is a
living thing. It grows imperceptibly at first, but soon
takes over your sewing room, and, if you’re not careful,
your life. Joan Ford is a quilt designer who recognized a
need to clear the clutter among her fellow quilters and
Enter ScrapTherapy, Ford’s feel-good method for
organizing the mounds of fabric — from yards and fat
quarters to skinny scraps — and turning them into quilts
and a wide array of accessories. In this innovative book,
Ford offers step-by-step instructions for cutting a fabric
stash down to size — quite literally — and provides 20
original patterns for quilts, pillows, table runners, and
more. Innovative quilt designer Joan Ford cleverly
founded the ScrapTherapy program in 2006 as a way
to help quilters get organized and cope with the clutter
of fabric collected over the years. Ford travels around
the country lecturing and teaching quilt classes and
cutting workshops. Visit her website at www.scrap-
therapy.com.
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