Modern Scot Patchwork: Bold Quilts Inspired by Iconic Tartans
Do you love Outlander? Do you have Scottish heritage? Learn to make modern, graphic quilts based on the woven patterns of traditional tartans of Scotland! Though the interweaving of tartan colours can be complex, the author has simplified the instructions for easy piecing. Simply cut strips, make strip sets, and sub-cut sections to make pieces that you can sew together to create rows. With a range of project types for each tartan, from runners and throws to bed-size quilts, there’s something for every quilter. Includes patterns for clans Elliot, Maxwell, Maitland, Barclay, Hannay, Macrae of Conchra, Fraser, and an original design, Amador, to honour the area where the author lives.
|Dimensions||216 × 280 mm|
Kathy Allen started quilting in 2006, after retiring from pharmaceutical project management. When she isn't quilting, Kathy travels and studies history, and she has combined those passions in her quilt patterns. She lives with her husband in Sutter Creek, California. For more information visit: quiltsbykat.com
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