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Scatter Garden Quilts: 10 Designs That Flower in Fabric

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Just as gardeners create an artful garden by scattering seeds, you can stitch
a quilted masterpiece with lush floral fabrics. Fussy-cut motifs provide the
"seeds" needed to create quilts that burst with nature's charm.


*Discover how to use large-scale fabrics in ten flowering quilt
patterns
*Spotlight roses, tulips, and wildflowers-these blocks will
let your fabrics take cen

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Paperback, 96 pages
Published February 1st 2005 by Martingale and Company
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Nonnie
Oct 15, 2011 Nonnie rated it it was ok
2005

TEN DESIGNS that show floral quilts that are dependent on fussy cutting floral fabric to achieve the blocks. The quilts presented were a water color effect where one block coloration blended in to the next block. Ms Mostek also used applique to enhance the floral effect in borders and in key blocks. I was not impressed with the majority of the quilts presented.

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