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11 Quilt Patterns, Stairstep Quilts, PDF, Tutorial, Karen Griska, Guild Projects and Workshops

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11 Quilt Patterns, Stairstep Quilts, PDF, Tutorial, Karen Griska, Guild Projects and Workshops

SEE ALL MY PATTERNS HERE: https://www.etsy.com/shop/KarenGriskaQuilts?section_id=10919008

"Stairstep Quilts" features 11 fabulous quilts that are easy enough for new quilters to make. Design options will delight experienced quilters as well. Great scrap-buster version included too!

This is a 24-page pdf filled with quilt photos, step-by-step how-to photos, fabric requirements, cutting and sewing directions that have been "sister-tested" and found to be easy to follow. Cutting info for using fat quarters and pre-cuts, and helpful time-saving tips I discovered while making these quilts. This is a no-stress zone!

Immediate download. Print or save it for later. No shipping, no clutter. The photos look beautiful on your screen, all at less than half the price of a quilt book.

This book starts with complete instructions for a classic Stairstep quilt. Plus: versions with different strip widths, different fabric recipes, and different step arrangements. There is an Amish style quilt, an asymmetrical setting, a version with unequal strip widths, a scrap quilt, a "modern prints paired with white" version, a hand-dyed version, solid color versions, blocks set on-point, a wonky improv, a red and white version, and a retro quilt with humility blocks. Quick-reference layout guide too. See the cartoon customized for us by humorist, machine-quilter and teacher Carla Barrett!

This book is great for a guild workshop project. Each quilter creates her own unique version. Imagine the Show-n-Tell at the next meeting!

Karen Griska is author of "Quilts From the Selvage Edge," published by the American Quilter's Society, 2008. Karen has designed the Block of the Month projects for the Empire Quilters guild in New York City for over 6 years, and she writes a daily blog for quilters: www.selvageblog.blogspot.com. Karen has been quilting since 1966.
11 Quilt Patterns, Stairstep Quilts, PDF, Tutorial, Karen Griska, Guild Projects and Workshops

SEE ALL MY PATTERNS HERE: https://www.etsy.com/shop/KarenGriskaQuilts?section_id=10919008

"Stairstep Quilts" features 11 fabulous quilts that are easy enough for new quilters to make. Design options will delight experienced quilters as well. Great scrap-buster version included too!

This is a 24-page pdf filled with quilt photos, step-by-step how-to photos, fabric requirements, cutting and sewing directions that have been "sister-tested" and found to be easy to follow. Cutting info for using fat quarters and pre-cuts, and helpful time-saving tips I discovered while making these quilts. This is a no-stress zone!

Immediate download. Print or save it for later. No shipping, no clutter. The photos look beautiful on your screen, all at less than half the price of a quilt book.

This book starts with complete instructions for a classic Stairstep quilt. Plus: versions with different strip widths, different fabric recipes, and different step arrangements. There is an Amish style quilt, an asymmetrical setting, a version with unequal strip widths, a scrap quilt, a "modern prints paired with white" version, a hand-dyed version, solid color versions, blocks set on-point, a wonky improv, a red and white version, and a retro quilt with humility blocks. Quick-reference layout guide too. See the cartoon customized for us by humorist, machine-quilter and teacher Carla Barrett!

This book is great for a guild workshop project. Each quilter creates her own unique version. Imagine the Show-n-Tell at the next meeting!

Karen Griska is author of "Quilts From the Selvage Edge," published by the American Quilter's Society, 2008. Karen has designed the Block of the Month projects for the Empire Quilters guild in New York City for over 6 years, and she writes a daily blog for quilters: www.selvageblog.blogspot.com. Karen has been quilting since 1966.

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