Sunday Morning Quilts: 16 Modern Scrap Projects Sort, Store, and Use Every Last Bit of Your Treasured Fabrics

Book online Sunday Morning Quilts: 16 Modern Scrap Projects Sort, Store, and Use Every Last Bit of Your Treasured Fabrics by Amanda Jean Nyberg,Cheryl Arkison

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2012

Book raiting:

4 stars

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Comment 1:

My new favorite quilting book! I admit to being a bit obsessed with buying quilt books. Usually, there is only one or two projects in the book that I'd want to try and I end up being disappointed. That is not the case with Sunday Morning Quilts! Of the 16 projects in the book, there is only one that I wouldn't want to make; it's gorgeous, but a more tedious process than I am interested in.

Comment 2:

What a beautiful book! This is a great book for both modern and traditional quilters. The two authors have great suggestions for what to do with your leftover fabrics (both for storage and for use). I love how they explain why the quilt works so well as well as recommend ways to "make it yours." This is another book that I am sad to return to the library.

Comment 3:

I adore this book, the authors, and their blogs. I'm a long time fan. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, most of the patterns in it, and the scrappy techniques. I really hope to see more of Amanda Jean's scrappy designs in future books. I absolutely love her style! Definitely a book worth collecting on my shelf, and not just borrowing from the library!

Comment 4:

The premise of this book is making modern quilts using up your scraps. Almost half of the book is dedicated to dealing with scraps... what they are, how to cut them, how to store them, how to piece them, etc. There was some good information about scraps and there are instructions to make a neat little fabric box.

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