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Mastering the variety of quilting techniques can be a challenge, but "Quilting from Little Things "by Sarah Fielke provides quilters with an easy way to try out new methods, textures, and colors, and in the process, build upon their skills. Inside you'll find ten pairs of quilts that each provide a different lesson in quilt-making. By first constructing a small dolly quilt, Mastering the variety of quilting techniques can be a challenge, but "Quilting from Little Things "by Sarah Fielke provides quilters with an easy way to try out new methods, textures, and colors, and in the process, build upon their skills. Inside you'll find ten pairs of quilts that each provide a different lesson in quilt-making. By first constructing a small dolly quilt, you'll gain confidence in the techniques that enable you to make its larger companion quilt. These beautiful quilts, big and small, provide the opportunity to practice traditional quilting techniques such as creating wedges and flying geese blocks, and experiment with new, less conventional methods, such as deconstructed piecing. Sarah also shares her needle-turn applique and hand-quilting techniques, which give her quilts their contemporary and unique style. Discover how, from little things, big and exciting things can grow.


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Mastering the variety of quilting techniques can be a challenge, but "Quilting from Little Things "by Sarah Fielke provides quilters with an easy way to try out new methods, textures, and colors, and in the process, build upon their skills. Inside you'll find ten pairs of quilts that each provide a different lesson in quilt-making. By first constructing a small dolly quilt, Mastering the variety of quilting techniques can be a challenge, but "Quilting from Little Things "by Sarah Fielke provides quilters with an easy way to try out new methods, textures, and colors, and in the process, build upon their skills. Inside you'll find ten pairs of quilts that each provide a different lesson in quilt-making. By first constructing a small dolly quilt, you'll gain confidence in the techniques that enable you to make its larger companion quilt. These beautiful quilts, big and small, provide the opportunity to practice traditional quilting techniques such as creating wedges and flying geese blocks, and experiment with new, less conventional methods, such as deconstructed piecing. Sarah also shares her needle-turn applique and hand-quilting techniques, which give her quilts their contemporary and unique style. Discover how, from little things, big and exciting things can grow.

45 review for Quilting from Little Things: Take a small idea and develop it into something wonderful

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bekah

    This was my first quilting book, and I still refer back to it when I am stumped by a new technique. It has great color ideas; the quilts are modern and whimsical (I think many quilters take themselves too seriously); and I like the idea of testing a new technique on a small dollie quilt first before trying out the technique on a full-sized quilt. Ms. Fielke also likes to hand quilt, which is my preference.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rosebud

    I'm not having much luck with these quilting books. The author had several sets of instructions for a small quilt and a similar large one. She suggests making the small quilt to learn the technique before using it on a much larger quilt. I didn't like most of the patterns and, while she did include specific instructions for the unique methods, I just wasn't inspired to try any of them. I'm not having much luck with these quilting books. The author had several sets of instructions for a small quilt and a similar large one. She suggests making the small quilt to learn the technique before using it on a much larger quilt. I didn't like most of the patterns and, while she did include specific instructions for the unique methods, I just wasn't inspired to try any of them.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Caro

    I liked her big applique pattern the best. The patterns are not remarkable, but I love love love her fabrics.

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