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Bits and Pieces
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This book is a compilation of Connecting Threads' favorite precut and scrap-friendly quilt designs. Inside you'll find patterns that require fat quarters, charms, strips, and stacks; it's perfect for every quilter with a stash! All 12 patterns were created by Connecting Threads designers.

Techniques: piecing, applique, embroidery

  • Pattern designs by Ann Johnson and Mari Martin.
  • Photo stylists: Jenni Calo, Dawn van Buuren, and Jenna Buescher-Hill.
  • Photography by Amy Cave and John Cranford.
  • Editors: Teri Stillwell, Alisha Runckel.

Quilt sewists and quilters:
  • Jams & Jellies Table Runner: sewn and quilted by Terry Ebersole.
  • My Happy Place: Sewn by Cathy White, quilted by Darlene Jewell-Walhood.
  • Library Stack: sewn by Nancy O'Brien, quilted by Darlene Jewell-Walhood.
  • Vintage Violets: sewn and quilted by Deborah Norwood.
  • Stuffed Cubbies: sewn by Regena Hardy, quilted by Darlene Jewell-Walhood.
  • Maamah's Choice: sewn by Nancy O'Brien, quilted by Darlene Jewell-Walhood.
  • Starshine: Sewn by MaryJo Tuttle, quilted by Terri Clark.
  • Ribbon Candy: Sewn by Nancy O'Brien, quilted by Darlene Jewell-Walhood.
  • Clara Barton: sewn by Debora Carreno, quilted by Roseann Leverich.
  • Scrappy Log Cabin Table Runner: sewn by Teri Stillwell, quilted by Deborah Norwood.
  • Devonshire Table Runner: sewn and quilted by Deborah Norwood,
  • Bubble Gum: sewn by Sharla Mansius, quilted by Darlene Jewell-Walhood.
12 projects, 80 color pgs..
Item no. 46061

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At Connecting Threads, we love the way scrappy quilts look; using precuts to achieve this look saves time and money. This is what lead us to choose this as the subject for our first Connecting Threads book. We tried to choose a wide variety of sizes from table runners to bed-sized quilts, as well as levels of scrappiness and difficulty to suit the majority of needs. It was a fun collaboration and we hope you enjoy using the book as much as we enjoyed writing it!