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Join your favorite Moda designers in discovering the mix-and-match possibilities with their favorite row patterns. This book includes patterns from designers like Lissa Alexander of Moda Lissa, Lynne Hagmeier of Kansas Troubles Quilters, Camille Roskelley of Thimble Blossoms, Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts, Pat Sloan, and many more. Follow along with 24 row designs in three appealing categories, Classic Patchwork (tried-and-true favorites), Well Seasoned (fresh quilts for every season), and A Bit of Whimsy (playful, carefree designs). With so many different row combinations this could be the perfect book for a row-robin quilt-along with your friends. Step-by-step instructions and illustrations, plus a quilt gallery that provides inspiration for various combinations and using stand-alone rows are included.
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- All in a Row Quilt Along Review by Dr. Lisa
I really like the sweetness of this book and the ability to just do a "row" for a small table runner or above the mantel rectangle quilt. I love the bios about all of the Moda designers! Enjoy the cheerfulness and fun of the overall feel of the quilts. Something to pick up when not sure what you want to quilt.
(Posted on 4/8/16)
- Loving this book and All in a Row Quilt Along Review by Elizabeth Johnson
This is a great book to learn new techniques for beginners to the most advanced. Each design is different and you learn about each of the the Moda Designers.
(Posted on 2/17/16)
- oops! Review by Priscilla
I was really disappointed that there were so many corrections needed for this book. Hopefully, they can get them fixed with later publications.
(Posted on 2/15/16)
- I love this book! Review by Priscilla
This is a great book. The strip rows are lovely, the directions are clear, and I love all the comments from the individual designers. Most of these patterns can easily be made into table runners.
(Posted on 12/28/15)
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