Rediscover the art of string quilting String quilts have been around for centuries, but in String Quilt Revival, this time-tested artform is given a new life! Learn how to sew a variety of string quilt blocks by following clear step-by-step instructions, and discover a new type of foundation: -show mesh stabilizer, which minimizes distortion of the blocks and doesn't need to be removed. It's a -fuss approach to quilting that's sure to become a favorite. Features:This technique, perfect for beginners and skilled quilters alike, produces beautiful results without the worry of precision piecing.Thirteen unique and beginner-friendly string quilting projects ( precision-piecing!) from potholders and pillow shams to queen-size quilts, each featuring a different string block in a fresh and fun colorway.Clear, in-depth techniques, from color and pattern selection to two methods of quilt binding, ensure a stunning finished project. Update your quilting library and rediscover a time-hored artform in String Quilt Revival.
Sisters Virginia Baker and Barbara Sanders were born and raised in Tennessee. Virginia worked for twenty years in the paint manufacturing industry, a job that included colour development and tinting, where she developed a keen eye for colour. Barbara is a happily retired bank vice president. The two founded Wool Sisters, a group for rug hooking, in 2000. Today the group has two informal retreats a year and one camp with a nationally known teacher.