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At top: Rookery by Daisy Aschehoug. Above, left: Spinning Scraps by Victoria Findlay Wolfe. At right: Skeptical by Jennifer Rodriguez.

Issue #18

Stash-busting. This issue offers several options for reducing your fabric stash. Start with Spinning Scraps and Star Blazer—two projects that make great use of scraps—then read Free Stars to learn improvisational scrap piecing. For larger (9″ square) scraps, and another improvisational piecing technique, check out Rookery by Daisy Aschehoug. Abby Glassenberg profiles triaxial fabric weaver Tara Curtis in this issue’s Designer Spotlight, and you can try Tara’s fabric weaving technique yourself with her Fractured Graphics iPad Mini Case. It’s another great way to reduce your stash!

Download the Issue #18 Table of Contents, and don’t miss the Web Extras:

Star Blazer Full-size Flying Geese Unit Pattern

Straight from the Heart Table Runner

 

Above: Rookery by Daisy Aschehoug.

Issue #18

Stash-busting. This issue offers several options for reducing your fabric stash. Start with Spinning Scraps and Star Blazer—two projects that make great use of scraps—then read Free Stars to learn improvisational scrap piecing. For larger (9″ square) scraps, and another improvisational piecing technique, check out Rookery by Daisy Aschehoug. Abby Glassenberg profiles triaxial fabric weaver Tara Curtis in this issue’s Designer Spotlight, and you can try Tara’s fabric weaving technique yourself with her Fractured Graphics iPad Mini Case. It’s another great way to reduce your stash!

Download the Issue #18 Table of Contents, and don’t miss the Web Extras:

Star Blazer Full-size Flying Geese Unit Pattern

Straight from the Heart Table Runner

 

Above: Spinning Scraps by Victoria Findlay Wolfe.
Above: Skeptical by Jennifer Rodriguez.

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