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  • Author:
    Kay Capps Cross
  • ISBN:
    1440211337
  • ISBN13:
    978-1440211331
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  • Publisher:
    Krause Publications; 1 edition (September 16, 2010)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
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Quilted Panels in Black and White: Fast and Friendly Techniques for Using Fabric Panels and Large Prints.

Quilted Panels in Black and White: Fast and Friendly Techniques for Using Fabric Panels and Large Prints. Author of two AQS books, Black & White Quilts by Design (2006) and A Black & White Garden (2008), Kay came to quilting through sewing clothes and Halloween costumes for her four children. She teaches at shops, guilds, and retreats, and has been marketing her designs as patterns since 2003 through her business, Cross Cuts. Kay and her family live in Minnesota. ww. rosscutsquilting.

com's Kay M. Capps Cross Author Page. Quilted Panels in Black and White: Fast and Friendly Techniques for Using Fabric Panels and Large Prints Aug 19, 2010.

Kay Capps Cross is here to show you how to start with something that's already fantastic on its own - a gorgeous panel or a larger-than-life print - and make it even better with traditional piecing, paper piecing and applique. Item Number: 1385 By: Kay M Capps Cross From: Krause Publications.

Fast and Friendly Techniques for Using Fabric Panels and Large Prints. Open Quilted Panels in Black & White and see for yourself. Publisher: F+W Media. Kay Capps Cross is here to show you how to start with something that’s already fantastic on its own-a gorgeous panel or a larger-than-life print-and make it even better with traditional piecing, paper piecing and appliqué. For a quick wall-hanging that turns a panel into a work of art, try Panel Panache.

Author Kay Capps Cross presents 12 projects with her signature black-and-white style.

In Quilted Panels in Black & White, you'll explore exciting ways to use fabric panels and large prints, whether old stash pieces or new designs just released. Author Kay Capps Cross presents 12 projects with her signature black-and-white style.

Download PDF book format. Patchwork Patterns Quilting Black in art White in art. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Quilted panels in black & white : easy techniques for using fabric panels and large prints Kay M. Capps Cross. Book's title: Quilted panels in black & white : easy techniques for using fabric panels and large prints Kay M. Download now Quilted panels in black & white : easy techniques for using fabric panels and large prints Kay M. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

The quilt patterns in this book embrace beautiful color and sewing simplicity. Quilted Panels in Black and White: Fast and Friendly Techniques for Using Fabric Panels and Large Prints. You can take your time to enjoy the process and still have a quilt ready for your next baby shower or winter weekend curled up on the sofa! You'll also expand your sewing skills as you experiment with the big block conventions found in Twinkle, Map and Bloom; use easy corner triangles for simple detail in Gem, Summer and Sprinkle; or cast tradition aside and use a vertical or horizontal grid in Path, Garden and City.

Black and white quilts talked about my fondness for black and white quilts and gave a hint.

Wonky" pine trees in black and white with a dash of colour by Margie Webster. I would personally choose blue and white to give the effect of snow. Black and white quilts talked about my fondness for black and white quilts and gave a hint. Black And White Quilts Black And White Background Bright Quilts Small Quilts The Draw Quilted Wall Hangings Scrappy Quilts Simple Shapes Puzzle Pieces.

Turn panels and large print fabrics into unique and stunning quilts!

Take a panel or large print fabric, add more fabulous fabrics, a dash of design, a sprinkling of stitching and stir it all together to produce a unique, stunning quilt!

Kay Capps Cross is here to show you how to start with something thats already fantastic on its own--a gorgeous panel or a larger-than-life print--and make it even better with traditional piecing, paper piecing and appliqué. For a quick wall-hanging that turns a panel into a work of art, try Panel Panache. Or, if youre looking for a bed-sized masterpiece, look no further thanWise Water. Try Kays signature black-and-white style, or give these designs your own unique look; either way, youre sure to love the results.

Open Quilted Panels in Black & White and see for yourself. Inside youll find:

step-by-step techniques that will help you along whether youre working on your first quilt, or your fiftiethtips and tricks that make quick work of piecingquilts both large and small that integrate panels and large print fabrics into designs both traditional and uniquea gallery of additional quilts that offers even more inspiration

Come learn Kays panel and large print fabric recipe for success in Quilted Panels in Black & White.


Tekasa
Very comprehensive
fightnight
I have not made anything from it, but as soon as I do, I am sure I will like it. I have taken quilting classes from Kay Capps Cross and she is the best ever teacher so I am sure her books are great too. If not I will Facebook her for help.
Ericaz
I was very pleased with this book and am already planning a quilt using her ideas! I did find a pillow case panel in my stash and now am going to put it into a lovely quilt for a little boy!
Dagdarad
The book wasn't quite the "springboard" I was looking for to quilt my ever growing pile of panels. I think I'm looking for a more modular style to design blocks around my panels.
Whitesmasher
Thought this would be more inspirational, only slightly disappointed. Hope it will sink in so I can use the information