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Square Magic is great for creating the simplest
or most complex designs including various triangles, rectangles
and of course squares. You can create large quilts, baby
quilts and it is perfect for miniatures. It is a wonderful
method for quilters who do not have the time or the patience
to devote to planning, cutting and laying out different size
- Use same-size squares to make 12 different units, then
mix and match in Nine-Patch blocks.
- Project possibilities are endless. The accuracy is already
built in; all you need are squares.
- Quick and easy to machine piece and assemble, they're
fat eighth-and fat quarter-friendly, too.
About the Author
Michelle J. Linder has been quilting for over 35 years
and loves both machine and hand quilting. Her specialty is
designing and making quilt construction methods fast and
accurate. Since 1977 Michelle has taught many creative classes.
In addition to teaching, Michelle wrote her first quilting
book in 1987 titled The Orange Peel Method,
which focused on a fast and easy construction for rail quilts
and variations. For three years, she owned her own fabric
store named Country Cousins. Michelle was also the leader
of a quilting club for ten years and was a California state
accredited quilting judge at county fairs. Over the years,
she's been in many quilting guilds and lent her services
for charity and community work.
Michelle currently lives in North Carolina with her husband,
Ron, and dog, Hoppy. She has two children and four grandchildren.