Quiltmaking

Quiltmaking

Whether you are an advanced quilter looking to brush up on the latest techniques, or a beginner just trying to learn the basics, we’ve got you covered. From selecting fabrics and designing a quilt to stitching by hand or machine, let Design Originals show you how to put all the pieces together. Here are some excellent books that will provide you with the know-how you need to start making beautiful quilts, table runners, placemats, hot pads, wall hangings, and more.
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  1. Simple Quilts for the Modern Home

    Simple Quilts for the Modern Home

    Bright, fun, and simple-to-stitch quilts for beginning sewers-and everyone who loves modern style. Twelve projects range from lap to king-sized quilts. Learn More
  2. Colorful Batik Panel Quilts

    Colorful Batik Panel Quilts

    Colorful Batik Panel Quilts shows how to make bold, graphic and joyous art quilt projects and home décor using batik panels created by Indonesian artisans. Readers can explore the many creative possibilities of working with fabric panels with this inspirational book as their guide. Learn More
  3. Creating Art Quilts with Panels
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    Creating Art Quilts with Panels

    Discover how to transform premade fabric panels and thread into one-of-a-kind art quilts. Award-winning quilter and fiber artist Joyce Hughes shows how to use a variety of decorating and customizing techniques to make seasonal panels, beautiful florals, holiday designs, and gorgeous landscapes. Learn More
  4. Jelly Roll Bargello Quilts

    Jelly Roll Bargello Quilts

    Making a stunning Bargello quilt may seem complex and difficult-but any beginner quilter who can sew a straight seam can master the necessary skills, thanks to pre-cut jelly rolls and the clear how-to instructions in this book. Learn More
  5. Handmade Quilt, The

    Handmade Quilt, The

    Discover the joy and serenity of slow stitching with hand piecing and hand quilting. With one quilt of 21 blocks, this book provides both a complete learning experience for new quilters and a stunning project for experienced stitchers. Learn More
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