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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Introduction
  • CHAPTER 1: GETTING ORGANIZED
    • Strips
    • Squares
    • Triangles
    • Folded Scrap Fabrics
    • Other Creative Storage Methods
    • Setting Up a Sewing Space
  • CHAPTER 2: CHOOSING FABRICS FOR A SCRAP QUILT
    • Creating Structured Looks
    • Featuring a Dominant Color
    • Using Different Colors in Repeat Blocks
    • Working with Particular Palettes
    • Coordinating with Home Decor
    • Varying colors and Values
  • CHAPTER 3: SCRAP QUILT TECHNIQUES
    • Machine Piecing
    • Needle-Turn Applique
    • Assembling a Quilt Top
    • Quilting
    • Finishing Techniques
  • CHAPTER 4: PROJECTS
    • Scrappy Stars
    • Friends Among the Stars
    • Pastel Pinwheels
    • Leah's Garden Path
    • Always a Farmer's Daughter
    • Whirlwind: Curved Log Cabin
    • Bleeding Hearts
    • Jack's Chain
    • Sentimental Stars
    • Rose Log Cabin
    • Autumn in Full Bloom
    • Goose In the Pond at Dawn
  • Gallery
  • Bibliography
  • Resources
  • About the Author

Title: Scraps Organized to Perfection
Author/Designer: DeLoa Jones
Format/Publication Date: TPB:2002
Publisher: American Quilter's Society, Paducah, KY
Language: English
Page Count: 128
Book Dimensions(ht. x w.): 11" x 8 1/2"
ISBN: 1574327917

SUMMARY- The author offers a method of sorting and organizing your fabric in order to produce better quilts. She likes to mix some applique with her patchwork, and it turns out quite striking. I was quite enamored of several of her projects, like the "Rose Log Cabin."