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Introduction to Bargello
Introduction to Bargello
Karen Gibbs
Bring Bargello quilts off your to-do list and into your home! Create three approachable Bargello projects, each with cascading color and mesmerizing movement.
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Warm your home with the awe-inspiring radiance of a Lone Star quilt. Create a variety of spectacular Lone Stars as you tame inset seams and breeze through bias edges.
Courtenay Hughes
with Courtenay Hughes
Create fun, fascinating kaleidoscope blocks with inviting techniques. Discover amazing, easy-to-piece effects as you play with fabrics and patterns through three projects.
Marilyn Foreman
with Marilyn Foreman
Bring your design dreams to life! Use easy half-square triangle techniques to customize, resize and design quilts for the results you’ve always wanted.
Monique Jacobs
with Monique Jacobs
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Look around your workspace — do you tend to collect and use specific colors of fabric, yarn, thread or other materials? That’s totally normal: Designers, artists and makers often gravitate to the same shades over and over again. But, as you start thinking about your fall projects, consider breaking out of your color comfort zone! Working with less familiar hues is a good challenge and can even help bring your work in new directions.
by Sheri Cifaldi-Morrill
Accuracy is everything when it comes to piecing. So many angles to align and pieces to match. And there’s nothing more frustrating than cutting up your favorite fabrics and laboring over an A+ quilt block only to discover that it’s come out too small, or the pieces don’t fit together quite right, or whatever misfortune tends to befall you at this phase. Here are a few things you can do to improve accuracy and prevent the sting of a bad piece.
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Introduction to Bargello