Quilting-on-the-Go: Taking it Further (Landauer) 11 Projects with Blocks from 6 inches to 25 1/2 inches, Step-by-Step Photos, and Techniques to Break Down Large Projects So You Can Quilt Anywhere
Learn how to break down big projects so you can piece and quilt wherever and whenever you have the time!
- Portable techniques from Carolyn Forester allow you to quilt while on-the-go
- 11 easy projects and templates with step-by-step instructions, photography, and diagrams
- Tips and techniques for quilt sashings, borders, frames, and blocks in a variety of sizes from 6-inch to 25 1/2-inch
- Beginner-friendly with an expanded "Basics" section, block sashing ideas, and quilting suggestions for each project
Try your hand at quilting while on the move! Discover Quilting-on-the-Go, the ideal technique for busy quilters: Learn how to break large quilt designs into small, manageable sections that are easily quilted by hand or machine, so you can carry a block or two along with you to work on anywhere, anytime! In Quilting-on-the-Go: Taking It Further, Carolyn builds on the techniques shared in her popular book Quilting-on-the-Go.
Inside, you'll learn how to quilt on-the-go borders, sashings, frames, and blocks in multiple sizes that can be finished quickly while you're out and about. Using Carolyn's clear explanations, you can piece a block or border on one outing and quilt it the next. When you're ready to join the pieces, most of the quilting is already done!
In the expanded Basics section, you'll find everything you need to know to prepare manageable pieces of quilting that can be taken with you anywhere you go. No special equipment is needed!
Quilting-on-the-Go: Taking it Further provides an array of block sashing and framing ideas, so you can frame your block in a multitude of designs. The Projects section contains 11 lovely projects in varying sizes, including runners, table toppers, and quilts. Each is created using the handy quilting-on-the-go technique.
The blocks inside range in size from 6" to 25-1/2" and included are templates, rotary cutting instructions, and step-by-step photographs, diagrams, and illustrations for the 11 projects. As an added bonus, Carolyn offers her own quilting suggestions for each project!
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