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      3 Blocks, 30 Quilts
      3 Blocks, 30 Quilts
      Kate Colleran
      Create original one-block quilts with standout style. Discover the setting magic that lets you turn three versatile blocks into 30 dynamic quilt layouts.
      Curiously Similar
      Is your stash stocked with pre-cut squares and strips? Find out how to turn them into beautiful blocks that look so complex, no one will know they were easy to sew!
      Angela Pingel
      Angela Pingel
      Easily create classic quilts beaming with eye-pleasing intricacy. Use straight-line stitching to create professional-looking diamond patchwork with no Y-seams or bias edges!
      Debbie Maddy
      Debbie Maddy
      Take the fuss out of diamonds and triangles! Discover simple shortcuts that will take you from strip set to stunning quilt in no time.
      Joanna Figueroa
      Joanna Figueroa
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      Lauren Lang
      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.
      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.
      Sheri Cifaldi-Morrill
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      3 Blocks, 30 Quilts