Make your own one-of-a-kind sampler quilt
"For many quilters. the friendships, connections, and camaraderie we develop as we share our passion for quilting with other women are as important as the quilts themselves."--From the Introduction
Learn how to stitch magnificent 4" x 5" quilt blocks using your favorite reproduction fabrics. Gather your favorite fabrics and stitch magnificent blocks! Enjoy trying your hand at a wide range of 182 distinctly different quilt blocks. from stunning yet simple blocks to intricate paper-pieced designs.
We've done the math for you, taking the effort out of resizing traditional square blocks
Learn how to assemble your blocks into a one-of-a-kind sampler quilt
Includes tips to help you set up a fun block exchange with friends
About the Authors
Carol Hopkins's interests revolve around sharing her love of teaching and learning. In her daytime job as a professor of literacy and language education at Purdue University, she prepares future elementary teachers to teach struggling readers. During evenings and weekends, when she's not spending time with her husband, three adult children, and grandchildren, she pursues her passion for quiltmaking. Through her pattern business, Carol Hopkins Designs, she markets quilt patterns that she has designed for eighteenth- and nineteenth-century reproduction fabrics.
Linda M. Koenig has been making antique-inspired scrap quilts for more than 30 years. Her quilts have appeared in several publications, and for nine years she owned an Indianapolis quilt shop, where she gave workshops on reproducing antique scrap quilts. Linda lives with her husband, Rick, and a contrary black cat named Lucy on seven wooded acres in rural Boone County, Indiana. Her six grandchildren often visit for exciting adventures, and in the summertime she grows vegetables and flowers in her large garden.
Additional Book Details
|Release Date:||March 7, 2017|