DetailsGather up your fat quarters and get ready for some fun! Each of these eye-catching bags from Stephanie Prescott of A Quilter's Dream can be created with just six fat quarters. Study the photographed models to get a feel for how to mix and match fabrics for intriguing results. Most include color variations to demonstrate the dramatic power of fabric selection. Reflecting the scrappy nature of the designs, each bag has a different look on the front and back and a variety of roomy pockets inside. Cutting diagrams and rotary cutting tables are provided to help you get the most of each fat quarter. A fun way to play with pattern and color, these bags are truly a quilter's dream!
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Date Published Mar 1, 2013 Country of Manufacture Front Cover Author Stephanie Prescott Special Price No
Customer Reviews 2 item(s)
- I realized my mistake, did not notice several diagrams were marked for TWO fat quarters
I just submitted a review, and naturally as soon as I did I saw the error of my ways! I did not see that several of the charts were for 2 different fat quarters. Welp, at least I figured out the mystery! Great book, please ignore previous review! Thanks!
- I've been having problems with cut counts on The Pismo Beach pattern, wondering if any corrections have been made in this book.
I purchased this book from a shop and have made several bags from it. The bags come together easily and look great. I would like to give it a higher rating but in the few patterns I've tried, some have small mistakes throughout, just enough to be annoying. Ex, how many cuts of one piece to make will be wrong and then you get to that part of sewing and have to go back and make additional cuts. (so far my trouble has been with the Pismo Beach pattern) Nothing I haven't been able to figure out right away, but if I were more of a beginer I would be extremely frustrated. I love the bags I've made and like the book, apart from the few mistakes I've come across the bags come together easily. I was just wondering if a correction was made at any point in this book, or I am misinterpreting the directions.