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More Nickel Quilts: 20 New Designs from 5-Inch Squares

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Twenty gorgeous, scrappy quilt designs start with simple five-inch squares--once the squares are cut, half the work is done.
Paperback, 112 pages
Published June 30th 2008 by Martingale and Company (first published July 2004)
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Once again Pat goes through her explanation of collecting 5 inch NICKLES and duplicates but expands the instructions from her first book. In this book she has a larger gallery of scrappy NICKEL QUILTS. What I did note that Ms Speth used more flying geese and hour glass patches in her blocks.

Quilts I liked:

Beach Party ---

JACOB 's LADDER --- I have always loved the black background and the bright fabrics used in this quilt.

Pinwheels on Parade ---

Stars over Mitford --- I have never seen thi
Interesting design and construction approach: start with gobs of 5 inch squares, sew units, assemble into various scrappy quilts.
Love the quilts, her directions are easy to follow with good results
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Hometown: Davenport, Iowa

Pat Speth has been teaching workshops and organizing quilt retreats since 1993. Her first book, Nickel Quilts (with coauthor Charlene Thode), is a That Patchwork Place bestseller.
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