Join secrets of perspective borrowed from fine arts with easy quilting methods to create modern quilted optical illusions. With 12 sophisticated quilts, award-winning designer Casey York teaches you to create landscapes that recede into the distance, objects that look three-dimensional, even fish that seem to swim underwater―all with easy raw-edge appliqué and straight-line machine quilting! Hand stitching finishes the appliqué with a clean look that still has a handmade feeling. These quilts look like they belong in a museum, but they are actually designed for everyday use.
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Casey York is an art historian and an award-winning modern quilt designer whose work has appeared in the QuiltCon modern quilt show and in Modern Quilts Unlimited and Stitch magazines. casey-york.com; studioloblog.wordpress.comReview:
Make modern bold, graphic quilts with images that give the impression of space and distance. York has done all the pattern drafting to make unique designs that utilize perspective techniques from fine art traditions. The 12 minimalist designs are easy and fast to make with fusible appliqué, and several appliqué finishing techniques are offered. (Quilter's Newsletter, April/May 2015)
Fine arts and quilting collide in this book full of innovative appliqué quilts that give the illusion of depth. (Quiltmaker Magazine)
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