Creative Quilt Challenges

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2016-03-07
  • Publisher: C & T Pub

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Author Biography

Pat Pease started the creative process at an early age, under the guidance of her craftsman father. An art major in college, she made her first quilt about 12 years ago, and hasn't looked back. She lives in Bend, Oregon.

Wendy Hill
started making stuff at a very young age, influenced by creative parents. She's published countless magazine articles since her first in 1992, and this is her fifth book with C&T Publishing. She lives in Sunriver, Oregon.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Challenge Yourself
The Challenges of Challenge Quilts
Challenge #1: Re-Imagine an Old Block with a New Twist
Using the Bright Hopes Block Improvisationally
Deconstructing the White House Steps Block
Challenge #2: The Value of Value
Using Value to Create and Play with Pattern
Using Value to Set the Mood
Challenge #3: Unlikely Materials
Using a Monochromatic Color Scheme to Incorporate the Unlikely Material
Using Color to Accentuate the Unlikely Material
Challenge #4: Pass It Back and Forth (And Do Not Speak)
Using Repetition to Unify the Elements in One Quilt
Using Repetition to Unify the Elements in a Triptych
Challenge #5: The Collection
Using a Collection of Echino Fabrics
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Challenge #6: Invent Your Own Challenge
Keeping it Simple
Focusing on Circles
Challenge #7: Mix It Up
Painting, Stamping, and Raw-Edge Construction
Surface Stitching, Thread Texturing, and Creating New Fabric
Show Me How
Reversible Double-Fold Binding
Machine Topstitched Binding
Facing Finish
Freeform Sawtooth Stars
Inset Squares
Pressing Advice and Seam Treatments
Quilting-As-You-Sew with Seam Covers
Quilting-As-You-Sew to Batting
Professional Looking Satin Stitched Edge Finish
Thread Texturing, Surface Stitching, and Satin Stitched Triangles
Using Zippers in Your Quilts
More Quilts
About the Authors

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