Create Quilts with the “Magic Inch” Technique
It’s common to watch improvisational comedy or be involved in a spontaneous game of softball, but have you ever thought that quilting could be equally spur-of-the moment? Please welcome my guests Weeks Ringle and Bill Kerr, masters at improvisational piecing with one inch strips. Bill and Weeks of Modern Quilt Studio will share their technique from the new book Magic Inch Quilts on Sewing With Nancy.
In part one of the new Sewing With Nancy series, Bill will share how he and wife, Weeks, like to begin a quilting project with an overall plan but make individual design decisions as they go along, as opposed to having a specific design that they follow inch by inch.
Chorus Line Quilt
Their quilt, Chorus Line, is the ideal quilt to begin this series. The rows of 1″ strips gradate from numerous to few and give the impression of a Broadway musical’s grand finale. Bill will show you how to create this modern quilt design.
Splice of Life Quilt
Working in columns is a fun and fast way to tackle our next quilt, Splice of Life, in any size. You’ll love the freedom of choosing the number of splices and the spacing of them to make this quilt your own. Choose two colors for a graphic quilt similar to the one shown here or dig into your stash for a scrappy version.
Watch Magic Inch Quilts on Sewing With Nancy online.
For a chance to win a copy of Magic Inch Quilts from Modern Quilts Studio, leave a comment sharing your answer to: What is smallest fabric scrap you save?
The winner of a copy of the Second Chance T-Shirt Gifts DVD from , is Gail Beam.
Her comment was, “I probably have 35 or 40 T-shirts lying around, plus a number of children tees that never got worn. I love all of the fun projects that you created out of T-shirts and would love to win this book to make some of the neat projects you present in your book.”
The winner of a copy of the is Starla.
Her comment was, “What great ideas—especially the stockings and gloves!”
Bye for now,
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