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Modern Heritage Quilts

New Classics for Every Generation

By: Amy Ellis

Price: CAD $35.99

Publisher: MARTINGALE

Imprint: Martingale

80 Pages

9.72 X 7.6 X 0.24 ins

ISBN:  9781604687781 -- Paperback

Publication Date: 06/21/2016

Use traditional piecing skills to create tomorrow's heirloom quilts. You'll discover how to give your favorite blocks a scrappy, modern look with popular designer Amy Ellis' elegant and up-to-date versions of time-tested quilt designs. Learn a bit about the history behind each block as Amy reimagines them as new classics.
  • Build your confidence to "go modern" with Amy's bright and appealing designs
  • Tips for using color and negative space ensure a modern look with the fabric from your stash
  • Get handy hints, from Amy and other top designers, that will help you source and store your collection of scraps


Amy Ellis is a popular author, fabric designer and spokesperson for Baby Lock. Amy has authored several books and her quilts have been included in many collaborative book projects and magazines. Visit her at AmysCreativeSide.com



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