You’ll love this quilting book if:
- You’re looking for quilting projects that use precut fabrics
- You want quilting projects that don’t take a long time to complete
- You’re looking for smaller quilting projects
Pre-cut bundles are an attractive buy, but sometimes it’s difficult to know how to incorporate them into a project. With Quick Quilt Projects by Darlene Zimmerman, forget about struggling to find quilting projects that use pre-cuts, and enjoy 18 step-by-step projects that use jelly rolls, fat quarters, honeybuns, and layer cakes. Each project includes a breakdown of the materials and tools you’ll need, as well as any necessary patterns or templates.
Among the projects included you’ll find small quilts, as well as other quilting projects that range from pincushions and pillows, to home décor elements and place mats. If you’re new to quilting, the small projects are a great place to start. Plus, using pre-cuts makes the learning process even easier! If you’re a more experienced quilter, utilize pre-cuts to create small quilts in a jiffy, and skip to the sewing and creating parts of the process you love. Plus, get inspiration for inventing your own pre-cut bundles for future quilting projects. Skip the snipping and simplify your quilting projects!
In Quick Quilt Projects you’ll find:
- 18 step-by-step quilting projects for pre-cut fabric bundles
- Helpful quilting techniques that make sewing special bindings & edges a breeze
- Easy-to-follow instructions & illustrations
A word from the author:
“Using pre-cuts will allow you to “taste test” new collections and provide a wide variety of fabrics for very little dough. Whip up your favorite patterns in a range of colors and sizes.” —Darlene Zimmerman
About the author:
Darlene Zimmerman is the author of five books for Krause Publications. She has been designing fabrics since 1997, and since 2007 has produced two to six fabric lines a year for Robert Kaufman. She has appeared in countless quilting magazines, the show "Sew Creative," and continues to lecture and teach nationally.
Chapter One: Small Projects
Chapter Two: Small Quilts
Acknowledgments and Dedication
About the Author