One Block Many Quilts
Agnete Kay
American Quilter's Society (1999)
In Collection
Patchwork, Patchwork/ Patterns, Patterns, Quilting, Quilting/ Patterns
Paperback 9781574327199
No quilt is as magnetic to the eye as the one with a repeated block. Here is one perfectly symmetrical block in fabric and color distribution that has been set on point, stretched, shortened in size, and made to appear different in each quilt project featured. Patterns, color photographs, and informative essays help the beginning to advanced quilter choose combinations from the styles of yesteryear to those of the future. AUTHORBIO: Agnete Kay became a 'serious' quiltmaker in 1987. She has earned recognition for block and quilt designs in Canada and the United Kingdom. She brings her refreshing style to American quilters in this, her first book.
Product Details
LoC Classification TT835 .K39 1999
Dewey 746.46041
Cover Price $18.95
No. of Pages 112
Height x Width 11.0 x 8.5  inch
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