Add fresh, striking dimension and texture to traditional or contemporary quilts with Lisa O’Neill’s original “sliver piecing” technique. It’s easier than it looks, so you can make your traditional or contemporary quilt blocks really snap with colorful fabric splinters! Lisa shows you how to incorporate bright, decadent fabrics into your quilts without overwhelming your design. Learn how to get perfect points or super slim strips without fusing or paper-piecing.
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Lisa O'Neill takes inspiration for her designs from the Amish-style quilts of her native Pennsylvania.Review:
‘Oh just a sliver please’ is the phrase we use when asking for a small amount of something and these projects are based on the use of fabric slivers to create a different approach and look to your quilts. So, what exactly is a sliver in this context? It is a folded piece of narrow fabric, a ‘sliver’ which is inserted into a tuck in the background fabric of the quilt design, thus encasing the raw edges into the tuck while the folded edge of the sliver is revealed on the fabric surface. Sounds complicated, but we are assured by the author that it is easy and has many applications both with traditional blocks and in creating your own innovative pieces. This is an interesting idea with lots of potential, especially for the quitler who enjoys a little freedom of expression. --Fabrications Quilting For You Magazine; September 2012
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