Sew 13 scrappy quilts with colour palettes so sophisticated, you won't believe they're from scraps! Blending the best of modern and traditional quilting, these projects pair fresh fabrics with classic block designs and trusted techniques. Learn to organise your fabric and choose winning colour combinations. Each quilt features design notes to help you get the look you want when "shopping" your own stash. Ideal for confident beginners, these patterns will keep your waste to a minimum and your creativity to a maximum.
Sandra Clemons specialises in traditional patchwork quilting with bright, modern fabrics. Her work has been published in magazines such as McCall's Quilting, BHG American Patchwork & Quilting, BHG Quilts & More, Quiltmaker, and Modern Quilts Unlimited. She lives in Denver, Colorado. sandraclemons.blogspot.com
Acknowledgments Introduction Organizing Scraps and Stash Fabrics Folding Fabric Fabric's Overall Color Stash Fabric Storage Scrap Fabric Storage Stash Building Stash Building Types of Fabric Fabric Shopping Choosing Scrap Fabrics and Hitting up Your Stash Cotton Rule Color Inspiration Contrast, Scale, and Mood Color Basics The Color Wheel Shade, Tint, and Tone Warm and Cool Colors Basic Color Schemes More Color Schemes Creating a Color Scheme The Quilts Puggles Birds Twilight Playful Fiddlesticks Bracelet Swing Delight Watermelon Crossroads Magic Film Slide Techniques Subcut Fabric Strips Finger Pressing Locking Seams Flying Geese Square in a Square Chain Piecing Strip Piecing Dog Ears Set-in seams Templates Suppliers and Manufacturers