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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Foreword
  • How To Use This Manual
  • UNIT I: Laying a Firm Foundation
    • 1. Back to Basics
    • 2. Analyzing a Pattern for Piecing
    • 3. Determining Yardage Requirements
    • 4. Elementary Drafting
    • 5. Understanding and Exploring Color
  • UNIT II:
    • 1. Advanced Marking and Cutting Techniques
            Trip Around the World
    • 2. Nonreversible and Mirror-image Templates
            Schoolhouse
    • 3. Hexagons.
            Grandmother's Flower Garden
    • 4. Understanding Angles
            Dresden Plate
    • 5. Bias, Stuffed Applique, and Diagonal Layouts
            Flower Baskets
    • 6. Drafting "Odd" Blocks, Hunter's Star Lattice
            Pine Tree
    • 7. Controlling Problem Fabrics
            Wild Lily
    • 8. Drafting Octagonal Blocks and Eight-Pointed Stars
            Le Moyne Star
    • 9. Modern Twists on a Traditional Theme
            Log Cabin
    • 10. Appliqueing and Mitering, Italian Quilting
            Gordian Knot
    • 11. Drafting Circular Patterns
            Double Wedding Ring
    • 12. Drafting Complex and Compound Patterns, Windowpane Lattice
            Little Giant
    • 13. Advanced Applique Techniques, Trapunto
            Whig Rose / Democratic Rose / Rose of Sharon
    • 14. Sampler Quilts
  • Appendix 1: Quilt Layouts, Basic and Beyond
  • Appendix 2: Creative Latticework
  • Appendix 3: Beyond the Basics
  • Appendix 4: Bias with a Twist
  • Bibliography
  • INDEX
  • About the Author
  • Tear-Out Template Section

Title: Super Quilter II: Challenging Projects for the Advanced Quilter
Author/Designer: Carla J Hassel
Format/Publication Date: COMB:1982
Publisher: Wallace-Homestead, Des Moines, IA
Language: English
Page Count: 175, plus 16 template pages
Book Dimensions(ht. x w.): 10" x 7"
ISBN: 0870693719

SUMMARY- Here's a continuation of her beginner's "How-To". I've spot read through both books and found everything I read useful and interesting - I think someone new to quilting would enjoy these books.