Quilt Remix

Quilt Remix

Spin Traditional Favorites Into 10 Fresh Projects

eBook - 2010
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For All Skill Levels. 10 projects feature traditional quilt patterns with a surprising contemporary twist.
Publisher: Lafayette, Calif. : C & T Pub., 2010
ISBN: 9781607051565
1607051567
Characteristics: 1 online resource (63 p.) : col. ill., col. port

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benita55
Apr 16, 2012

Quilt Remix by Emily Cier is an interesting book. There are mulitple quilt designs, originating from classic quilt patterns. Each pattern has a chart for each size of quilt, and the fabric requirements and cutting chart. There are a few quilts I really like: The Ohio Star made from strip sets; and Flying Geese made with many, many flying geese-beginning with very small geese and all the way up to a few large ones. Another quilt that I really like is called Pinwheel. The Pinwheel blocks are made into a traditional pinwheel block and then, cut into circles. I can imagine all kinds of things I would like to make using these blocks!
There are a couple of quilts in the book that I just shook my head at: A wonky Irish Chain made with multiple wonky pieces that is labeled for a beginner; and a wonky Dresden plate made with sharp angles. These two quilts seem to be more work than the original patterns, but if you are going for a more artsy style, some of these quilts are for you.

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