TASTER: Easy Stack Quilts from Paula Doyle
FREE Tasters (Quilting) • Educational, G, 06-Nov-2020
Paula shows us how effective the use of large print fabrics can be; anything from traditional floral to wacky Route 99! And she uses just 4 repeats of the fabric to create these stunning, but simple to construct blocks.
Paula also talks about the Bright Hopes block, which uses simple rectangles and the ‘partial seam’ technique.
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