3 MORE QUILTING BOOKS

Books, books, books….3 more quilting books. I love having a personal library of books in general, but quilting books specifically especially when I suddenly have an idea or even need an idea for a quilt. Or a part of a quilt. It is very helpful when I want to check directions or look at color choices for a quilt.

Today I am going to share 3 more quilting books from my personal library.

I am currently working on 30 spool blocks from the anthology below. The patterns are easy and clear. In my case, this is another way to work some scraps into a quilt. The blocks are rectangle which gives a different look to the top too.

3 more quilting books

I used one of the pin wheel patterns from this book below as inspiration for my Prairie Windmills Quilt https://indianaquilter40.blogspot.com/2017/10/prairie-windmills.html The more I quilt, the more I enjoy working with triangles.

Quilt Book using triangles

And finally, a personal book that has seen much use is this one. It is full of ideas, good photos, and easy to use directions.

Quick and Easy Scrap Quilts

To see more quilt books in my collection/personal library, visit these posts:

https://indianaquilter40.com/quilting-books-for-tiny-scraps/

https://indianaquilter40.com/three-favorite-quilting-books/

https://indianaquilter40.com/books-about-amish-quilts-or-a-world-of-stunning-colors/

Challenge:

Start your own personal quilt library. If you are not big on having actual books, then favorite on your computer good directions or helpful blogs that you can refer to when needed. I think of having good quilting books like having a good stash.

Sharing ideas is one of the greatest things about quilting.

Author: IndianaQuilter40

Started quilting as a teenager.

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