Friday, November 5, 2021

Quilt As-You-Go Made Clever - Giveaway!

With last month's adventure making two memory quilts (part 1, part 2) in a quilt as-you-go method, I thought it would be a good time to highlight a new book, Quilt As-You-Go Made Clever by Jera Brandvig (affiliate link). 

quilt book cover

Full of projects that use the quilt as-you-go technique, Jera puts a new spin on some old favorites. Take a look at that quilt on the cover, called Whimsy Whidbey. I just love how she added the extra soft lace for a very feminine quilt - absolutely lovely!

There's also Sunset Hill, a great quilt as-you-go project using circles,

quilt made using circles

and Friday Harbor, a log cabin quilt easily quilted block-by-block then assembled.

blue log cabin quilt

Here's a snapshot of a few more quilts shown in Quilt As-You-Go Made Clever.

I think I've fallen in love with Magnolia Mini, the hexie quilt in the lower right. Those 3D flowers are awesome!

Quilt as-you-go is certainly a very useful technique. For those who do their own quilting, sometimes quilt as-you-go is the best way to manage a large quilt under a domestic machine. And as seen in Jera's book, there's plenty of inspiration for using this technique!

Thanks to C&T Publishing, I'm giving away not one but two copies of Quilt As-You-Go Made Clever! This fabulous giveaway is open now until midnight, Sunday November 7, and for those in the continental US only - sorry, no Alaska, Hawaii, or International entries at this time. To enter, fill out the Rafflecopter questions below to be one of two lucky winners!

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Good Luck!

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  1. I'm so glad to see your post this morning. I have been wracking my brain trying to remember the name of the book with this quilt on the cover. I want to win, but if I don't it's now on my Wish List. With a new baby girl arriving next month this will be a perfect new project.

  2. Looks delightful. Many attractive quilts and a fresh take on QAYG.

  3. Dear Susan: I would really love to win one of these books! The quilt as you go method would work fantastic for me because I am retired now and have a fixed income so the longarm quilting gets very expensive. Thank you for the opportunity to win! Roxy in Hudson, WI


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