Quilting is such an interesting craft. There are so many tasks involved and each of them requires a different skill set– math, precision cutting, and creativity, just to name a few. With so many steps, it’s hard to love them all. Maybe you can’t wait to cut a million HSTs, or perhaps you live for binding. Maybe getting down on the floor with your cat to baste your quilt sandwich is what you love, or maybe it’s the purr of your machine that excites you instead. We all have a favorite task, and we probably all have something we dread. Rank the steps in making a quilt in order from most favorite to least favorite for a chance to win this great book:
Urban Views: 12 Quilts Inspired by City Living
by Cherri House
From the publisher:
â€¢ 12 new quilt projects from popular blogger and best-selling author of City Quilts
â€¢ Beginner and experienced sewists alike can create modern, must-have quilts with innovative techniques
â€¢ Featuring modern solid fabric quilt designs with a universal appeal, making them excellent gifts for men and women alike
Best-selling author Cherri House, of City Quilts, invites you to continue on her quilt making journey in her latest book Urban Views. In this collection of 12 all-new projects, you’ll learn how to quilt with triangles as well as master a variety of innovative techniques. In the “City Challenge,” the author explores 4 more U.S. cities with new quilt designs. All of the projects are rendered in House’s beloved signature style and will surely inspire sewists of every skill level.
PS–Tell us about your “other” in the comments!