Kansas Trouble Quilters Cozy Quilts And Comforts
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Maximize your fabric precuts
Maximize your fabric precuts and minimize your sewing time by using the Layered Patchwork technique, an ingenious method for creating intricate-looking quilts that come together quickly and easily.
Sew quilts in the instantly recognizable style of Kansas Troubles Quilters-two ways! Some designs are traditionally pieced, simplified for smooth and easy piecing. Others use Lynne's clever layered-patchwork technique, where pinked-edge precuts reduce cutting time, minimize bulky seams, and skip pressing steps. The raw edges of layered-patchwork blocks barely fray when washed, giving a fluffy, snuggly finish. You'll love the look of both kinds of quilts: cozy, country-style designs that call out "cuddle me!"
About the Author
Lynne Hagmeier learned to quilt over 25 years ago at a local quilt shop in Salina, Kansas, called The Quilting Bee, while working there part time. Her love of quilting evolved from other interests over the years; from cross-stitch and painting to home decorating and antiques. Lynne and her husband Robert live in a restored two-story brick building in Lynne's childhood hometown of Bennington, Kansas.
Additional Book Details
|Release Date:||November 7, 2017|