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by Evelyn Marie Sloppy

eBook Sew One and You're Done: Making a Quilt from a Single Block (That Patchwork Place) ePub
Author: Evelyn Marie Sloppy
Language: English
ISBN: 1564776654
ISBN13: 978-1564776655
Publisher: That Patchwork Place®; Later Printing edition (June 19, 2006)
Pages: 82
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Subcategory: Crafts
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 212
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ePub file: 1409 kb
Fb2 file: 1581 kb

Prolific designer Evelyn Sloppy has written four other popular That Patchwork Place books. I originally saw this book in my local quilt shop after admiring one of the quilts on the wall that was made from the book

Prolific designer Evelyn Sloppy has written four other popular That Patchwork Place books. Inspired by traditional patterns, she works as a quiltmaking teacher and professional machine quilter. I originally saw this book in my local quilt shop after admiring one of the quilts on the wall that was made from the book. Since purchasing the book, I've only had a chance to make one of the blocks. The block I did make was a triple bear claw and turned out very nice indeed. Though I should have paid more attention to just how big it was going to be, it turned out a big larger then I expected.

Published June 19th 2006 by That Patchwork Place.

Martingale - Sew One and You're Done eBook. Sew One and You're Done eBook. Code: EB776 ISBN: 1564776654 Author: Evelyn Sloppy In the time it takes to make a single block, you can have a finished quilt top!

Enjoyable Quilt Blocks. Published by Thriftbooks. The only problem I have with the book is the title "sew one and you're done".

Enjoyable Quilt Blocks. com User, 12 years ago. The only reason is the fact that each large block is in fact a number of smaller blocks, the title is catchy, but not that true. Over all the book is wonderful and I strongly recommend it. really nice book.

Evelyn Sloppy's book, Sew One and You're Done, includes 19 one-block quilts that measure 45 to 56 inches on a. .The other benefit of making quilts from this book is that they limit the number of fabrics from three to five choices per quilt.

Evelyn Sloppy's book, Sew One and You're Done, includes 19 one-block quilts that measure 45 to 56 inches on a side. These quick quilts are made with few fabrics cut into large pieces. Prolific designer Evelyn Sloppy has been quilting since 1991 and has written several popular Martingale books.

Evelyn Sloppy’s book, Sew One and You're Done . Code: ISBN: 1564776654 Author: Evelyn Sloppy In the time it takes to make a single block, you can have a finished quilt top! Each super-quick quilt features.

Evelyn Sloppy’s book, Sew One and You're Done, includes designs for 19 one-block quilts.

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Don’t you realize, you poor sweet oaf,’ said Julia, ‘that you can’t get married as a Catholic when you’ve another wife alive?’ ‘But I haven’t. Didn’t I just tell you we were divorced six years ag. ‘But you can’t be divorced as a Catholic. ‘I wasn’t a Catholic and I was divorced. I’ve got the papers somewhere. Who loses anything by that?

of the cloth to make a patchwork quilt. A leftover B rest C ending D remaining. your gloves there, you'll never remember to pick them up. A leave B splace C forget D Iose.

of the cloth to make a patchwork quilt. south during the winter months. A emigrate B originate C immigrate D migrate. Certain medicines can now help to. life. A delay B prolong C stretch D expand. Workers are paid money for their. A labour B duty C job D career. When he is nervous, his hands. A shake B vibrate C shiver D shudder. He. something under his breath.

It's so easy to create quilts that repeat a single block-make just one and you'll have the confidence to fly through the rest of your quilt! Choose from a whopping 57 quilts to piece one block at a time, or make blocks in multiples with quick chain-piecing methods. Star designers including Kim Diehl, Country Threads' Mary Etherington and Connie Tesene, Pat Sloan, Carrie Nelson, and Jo Morton will help you along the way. Pair your repeated blocks with plain squares, rotate blocks for a playful spin, or simply line them up row by row.

In the time it takes to make a single block, you can have a finished quilt top! Each super-quick quilt features one supersized block-with just three to five fabrics and large pieces, you can whip up a beautiful traditional quilt in no time. Twenty projects range in size from 45" to 56" square and are perfect for charities, table toppers, lap quilts, and wall hangings Add plain or pieced borders to make designs even larger-even piece blocks together to make bed-sized quilts Find tips for organizing charity quilting groups, plus ideas for simple machine quilting and fast machine binding.
Elildelm
I originally saw this book in my local quilt shop after admiring one of the quilts on the wall that was made from the book. Since purchasing the book, I've only had a chance to make one of the blocks. The block I did make was a triple bear claw and turned out very nice indeed. Though I should have paid more attention to just how big it was going to be, it turned out a big larger then I expected.

The size of the block was clearly noted (I just didn't pay attention to it) and the directions are extremely easy to follow. Most of the blocks take more half square triangles then I like to use but that is only a personal preference. Each block appears to be just as easy to follow and make and can with ease be made into either baby quilts or lap quilts as is or combined together to make larger quilts.

The only problem I have with the book is the title "sew one and you're done". The only reason is the fact that each large block is in fact a number of smaller blocks, the title is catchy, but not that true.

Over all the book is wonderful and I strongly recommend it.
Shakanos
I love this book! After a few years of quilting classes and having experience with multiple types of quilts, these are my favorite. I love that this book shows both simple and complex patterns so that I can fit the quilt pattern to how much time/effort I want to put into it. I have made four quilts from this book and each has been just as beautiful as much more complex quilts. If you are a beginner, this book does offer many tips and instructions to catch you up, but I know I would have felt overwhelmed had I picked up the book without prior learning.
Dagdarad
Just what I wanted and needed. Great book!
Yanki
Great book for fast larger blocks. This is second I bought and for a friend.
Funny duck
Great book I love it. It is in excellent condition.
Onetarieva
I was very interested in the idea of enlarging a single block but disappointed that, like most patterns these days, the resulting quilts are quite small. I like to make larger quilts and this book left me to do the math.
Malodred
This book was recommended to me by my quilting instructor. I like this book! If you are a beginner or an advanced quilter you will enjoy this book.
Great Book have already made one from it, took it to my quilt class and they all found future projects
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