The established system of categorizing blocks is explained, with selected examples of quilt blocks from different categories clearly described and illustrated so you can begin drafting, designing, and making your own block patchwork right away. Whether you want to use the examples given here, or decide to draft your own block, you'll have lots of decisions to make about the layout, colours, fabrics and methods - The Quilter's Block Bible is packed full of advice, hints and tips to help you on your way.
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Celia Eddy discovered patchwork in the 1970s and was fascinated by the infinite design possibilities of mosaic pattern. She has been quilting ever since and is also a keen researcher of the hisotry of patchwork and quilting in American and Brisith traditions. Celia is Acting Heritage Officer and coordinator of The Brisish Quilt Study Group, and a member of The Quilter's Guild of the British Isles. In between giving lectures and writing articles on quilt history, tradition and designs, Celia runs her own on-line quiling and patchwork magazine, Quiltstory (www.quilt.co.uk). She has wirtten articles for various quilting magazines including The Quilter and Magic Patch, and has co-written The Quilter's Handbook.
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