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Log Cabin Improv

Quilts with a Twist on Tradition
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For quilters seeking to have some fun with improv quilting but aren't quite sure how to approach the technique, this is a must-have guide that offers some sought-after structure using a very familiar quilt block -- log cabins! With the log cabin quilt block structure, you can explore a variety of improvisational possibilities while still ending up with a quilt that beautifully goes together! Featuring a collection of log cabin quilt designs that use easy improv techniques, each project includes step-by-step instructions, helpful diagrams and illustrations, expert tips, and more. Also included are sections on tools and supplies, log cabin basics, improv concepts and approaches, and design principles. Mary M. Hogan has been quilting for 25 years and specializes in improv quilting and using as many fabrics as possible. She is the author of Fast Fold Hexies from Pre-Cuts & Stash, Fast Fold Hexie Quilting, String Quilt Style, and Classic to Contemporary String Quilts.

Details

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Pages 128
Publish Date 2022-06-21
Size 8.5" x 11.0" x 0.0"
Author Mary M. Hogan

Reviews

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Fons and Porters Quick + Easy Quilts
Grab your scraps and get ready to have fun, as this book truly makes you feel like playing with your sewing machine for a while.
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Booklist
Hogan offers elaborately detailed how-tos in an upfront section and loads each project with tips, color line illustrations (both graphs and photographs), vital statistics, and instructions from block construction to finishing.
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Irene Roderick, Award-winning Improv artist, teacher and author of "Improv Quilting: Dancing With The Wall"
Mary has written another fun quilting book that is both informative and chock-full of great ideas for improv log cabin quilts. She has included everything a beginner to improv quilting needs to know from fabric suggestions to easy to follow diagrams to amazing colorful quilts to make!
This is a great option for quilters who have mastered the basics and are ready to have some fun.

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About the Author

Mary Hogan is a former university professor who teaches and designs at The Quilting Season in Saline, MI. She focuses on teaching, improvisation and using as many fabrics as possible when creating her string quilts. She is the author of Landauer Publishing's String Quilt Style and Fast-Fold Hexies from Pre-cuts & Stash.

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