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Looking for a fun and challenging project that can be completed in a limited amount of time? These 12 delightful projects are just what you've been waiting for! Change your cubicle or any décor with a new little wallhanging every month. Sized for fat quarter backings and needing only a small space to hang, they'll brighten and inspire every day of the year. Try a new technique and put it to work in one of these quilts. Instructions for freezer-paper piecing, foundation piecing, template-free sewing, and mitered corners are included along with how to usefusibles and tear-away stabilizers. Follow the tips on fitting quilting into those few free moments and you'll be completing these little gems no matter how limited your quilting time. Barbara has been sewing since junior high, holds a full-time job, and loves the creative outlet designing and quilting provide. After taking five years to complete a full-size quilt by hand, she focused on small quilts, miniatures, rotary cutting, and machine stitching and hasn't looked back.
|Number of Pages||64|
|Dimensions||8.50" x 11.00" x .30"|
|Publisher||American Quilter's Society|
- Clever ideas for mini quilts with a seasonal theme. — Review by Connie Krochmal
- Add quilt-based inspiration to your cubicle — Review by James A. Cox
- I love the cubicle concept — Review by Quilter's Home Magazine
- Review of Quilts in My Cubicle — Review by Anonymous
Each of the 12 small projects in the books is challenging, fun, and can be completed in 6 to 12 hours. All range in size from 12" to 14" square--just perfect for making a small space more inviting. Every project coincides with a season or holiday appropriate for a calendar month. Instructions for freezer paper and foundation piecing, template-free sewing, mitered corners, as well as machine quilting ideas are included, along with directions on how to use fusibles and tear-away stabilizers. This book gives beginners something to show off and offers more experienced quilters ideas to use as a springboard for other creative designs. Even if you don't have a cubicle, you can make these little quilts to give as gifts, use for guild exchanges, or donate to charity. "The Quilter," May 2009, page 66. (Posted on 3/10/09)