How to Make a Unique Quilt – Variations on the Quilting Process

In How to Make a Unique Quilt – Variations on the Quilting Process, Darlene Zimmerman – author and fabric designer – shows you how the process of making a quilt involves decisions at every turn

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In How to Make a Unique Quilt – Variations on the Quilting Process, Darlene Zimmerman – author and fabric designer – shows you how the process of making a quilt involves decisions at every turn. As your talents develop and your tastes change, you can create different quilts using the same basic building blocks. Darlene will help you understand how to take your quilts from ordinary to special and how to use one set of blocks to create a variety of designs. Use these tips and tricks to make your quilts personal and unique. Express your creativity!

Make sure to visit our online shop to purchase Darlene's book, Quilting: The Complete Guide, for more quilting tips and techniques!

You'll love this quilting video if you:

  • Want to express your own creativity in making quilts
  • Like your quilts to reflect your personality
  • Inspire to finish your incomplete projects

In How to Make a Unique Quilt – Variations on the Quilting Process, you'll learn how to:

  • Create different quilts using the same building blocks
  • Create unique quilts by using sashing and binding in various ways
  • Add interesting borders to your quilts

About the Expert:

Darlene Zimmerman lives in rural Minnesota, is married and a mother of four children and a grandmother to five. Her quilt career began by designing tools for EZ Quilting (Simplicity) 20 years ago, and she now has more than 30 quilting tools on the market. She has published 4 books with EZ Quilting and 10 books with F+W Publications. Darlene has been designing 1930s reproduction fabric collections for the past 17 years, most recently with Robert Kaufman Fabrics. Darlene frequently publishes articles and patterns in quilt magazines, and has also been self-publishing patterns under her company name of Needlings, Inc. Visit Darlene at her website: www.feedsacklady.com.

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