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Tributes and Treasures: 12 Vintage-Inspired Quilts Made With Reproduction Prints (Anglais) Broché – Illustré, 21 janvier 2016
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Perfect for showcasing reproduction fabrics, each nostalgic design in this charming collection is inspired by quilts from the 1800s.
Be inspired by top-selling traditional patterns from Red Crinoline Quilts.Bask in the beauty of 12 bed-sized quilt patterns reminiscent of nineteenth-century designs. Enjoy the stories - fascinating tales of yesteryear bring each quilt to life. Follow detailed project instructions and successfully create the quilts you love.
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There's nothing too tricky here, as for technique. Consequently, beginners won't have to skip over many of these 12 projects.
All but 1 of the projects use diagonal settings. And that one, the 81.5" x 99.5" pink and brown "Cabin Creek", is a straight set that fools the eye by appearing diagonally set. All are quite large, which is unusual for a quilt book. The smallest side dimension is 68 inches, while the largest side is 107.5 inches. Thus, as shown, all would be considered bed-worthy more than lap- or wall-sized.
About 1/2 the projects use sashings, both pieced and not. "Kennesaw Mountain", at 92.5 inches square, is another eye-fooler with its multitude of flying geese that sure look like sashing ... but they're not. (But they could be, with a bit of reconfiguring.)
All of the 12 projects are predominated by one particular block which gets repeated as needed. Alternate blocks appear occasionally, either within the body or nicely placed along the perimeter. "Oak Alley", at 78" x 78", is composed of 13 tree blocks. Much more stick-to-it-iveness will be needed for the 2 quilts that both have 85 blocks. One is "Hill Country Baskets", at 96" x 96", which requires 196 sashings strips for its 85 identical blocks. The 2nd is the quilt shown on the cover - "Antique Star". It uses only 1/2 the sashings strips because it does not use corner posts. Consequently, some of those strips are quite lengthy and might be awkward for some to handle. Compounding the trickiness is the optional use of fussy cutting all those sashings.
Each quilt can be downsized easily by reducing the number of blocks. Since all the quilts involve a lot of repetition (but to nice effect), this might be good to know. Each also is introduced with a bit of history.
If I were forced, say, with fabric withholding, to express something less than positive about Tributes and Treasures, it would be that alternate colorways are not provided. But that's a real stretch. Now, please, don't take away any of my 1800s repros. I'll be needing them soon, very soon ...