Make Your Own Medallion

Mix + Match Blocks and Borders to Build Your Quilt from the Center Out

Make Your Own Medallion

By:  Burke Harris, Erin

Product ID:  LS0031
$28.95 Paperback
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Lucky Spool Media

North America Only ***

8.0 X 10.0 in
144 pg

CRAFTS & HOBBIES / Quilts & Quilting
CRAFTS & HOBBIES / Needlework / General

What makes a medallion quilt pop is border upon fun border surrounding an eye-catching center block. It's a quilt where more is really...MORE. But getting those borders to fit just right can be frustrating. Author Erin Burke Harris makes it easy to sew an oh-so-modern medallion quilt starting with the center block and building your own medallion from the center outward.

With this book, the best part is that all of your borders will align perfectly. Start with one of Erin's 6 creative center block designs or make one of your own. Then add on as many of her 30 pre-measured border variations as you like in any of three different widths to create a one-of-a-kind quilt in the size you want. Erin already did the math for you, ensuring a perfect fit for every border.

If you are not looking to design your own quilt, choose one of Erin's 6 ready-to-go medallion projects and all you'll have do to get started is select your fabrics. Medallion quilts never go out of style, and this book gives you all the tools you need to build fabulous mix-and-match borders from the center out—all of the fun with none of the pesky math.

 Erin Burke Harris is a wife and mother with a passion for quilting. She began sewing as a young girl and has been playing with fabric ever since. Erin enjoys exploring different combinations of print, pattern and color and finds modern quilting to be a wonderful vehicle to view these in the context of a traditional craft. Her first book, QuiltEssential, a reference and resource guide for modern quilting, was published in 2013 by Stash Books. Additionally, her patterns have been published in Stitch Magazine, Quilts Baby!, Pretty Little Patchwork, and A is for Aprons. Various sewing tutorials can be found on her blog. Erin lives in Kentucky with her husband and two daughters.