FaveQuilts Giveaway: Jump-Start Your Quilting

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Measuring and cutting fabric for a new quilt can be so tedious that you’ll procrastinate on starting an awesome project just because you’re putting off that first step. With Jump-Start Your Quilting, you can bypass the measuring and cutting and get piecing right away. This book provides over 45 quilt projects using precut fabrics in a variety of different sizes. These are the perfect projects to use with layer cakes (10″ x 10″ squares), jelly rolls (2-1/2″ strips), fat quarters, and charm squares.

Jump-Start Your Quilting is a collection of over 45 quilt designs that will help you to streamline the quilting process and cut out time spent measuring and cutting. It allows you to use bundles of precut fabrics in coordinating prints and colors to make fast quilts that look great. Using precuts to make a quilt is also a great way for a person who loves sewing but hates matching colors to make a pretty quilt that everyone can admire. For those of us quilters who are tempted by the stacks of precut, matching fabrics lined up so neatly in the fabric store, these quilts are the perfect way to use up your fabric stash!

FaveQuilts.com is giving away one copy of  Jump-Start Your Quilting to two lucky winners. It could be you!

Learn more and enter to win here.

Jump-Start Your Quilting

Contest ends January 15, 2012. You can enter once daily, so return often to improve your chances of winning!

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Whether you're just learning to quilt or you're a seasoned veteran, FaveQuilts has the free quilting patterns and charts you need! Create Jelly Roll quilts, tote bags, baby bibs, even quilted jewelry.We have a bustling community of quilters just waiting to share their ideas with you and welcome you into the family.

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Comments

  1. Jane Stanley says

    I have always wanted to learn to quilt and now that I am disabled I will be able to slowly learn. My grandmother made some beautiful quilts and would love to leave a heirloom for my children that was made of love.

  2. Sam Farmer says

    I’ve just always wanted one of these and never got one, & now my daughter wants to try.

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