From the author who brought us Open a Can of Worms,
Debbie Caffrey has created a new design in Noodle Soup. Make a dozen quilts
from 2" wide strips using fast and accurate rotary cutting techniques.
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Author: Debbie Caffrey
Page size: 8 1/2" x 11 1/2"
Publisher: Debbie's Creative Moments
Item Code: 4K10640
Weight: 0.8 lb
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Debbie Caffrey is a self-published author of six books and eleven
patterns. In addition she has designed and published over ninety patterns in an
ever-changing line of mystery quilts. Debbie has taught many energy-filled workshops
nationwide for guilds and shops. Debbie has contributed a number of articles to
Traditional Quiltworks magazine and has appeared on two episodes of HGTV's
television program, Simply Quilts.
Debbie and her husband Dan returned
to the Middle Rio Grande Valley of New Mexico in the fall of 2000 where they live
near the small community of La Joya. They have lived in Anchorage, Alaska since
1979 where they raised their 3 children. Besides quilting, Debbie enjoys long
walks and drives and experience new places. In New Mexico Debbie and Dan spend
many hours exploring the back roads and trails, watching the birds and animals,
and studying the plants, rocks, and vistas of this diverse lad.
What is a noodle?
A noodle is a strip of fabric
that is two inches wide.
How did I happen to come to that definition? It
all began with a quilt which required many two-inch wide strips. After cutting
the strips, I looked down at the table and the strips reminded me of the way my
grandmother left homemade noodles on the kitchen table to dry. That quilt was
named Noodle Soup.
Debbies information-packed Noodle Soup workshop has
finally come together in a book which includes all the following and more:
- Instructions for rotary cutting more precisely and faster than ever
and white photographs detailing unique rotary cutting techniques
skills for making great scrappy quilts in the time it takes to use only several
- Options to consider in every pattern for those who want to make
other sizes or design even more quilts
- Detailed directions for twelve
- Large color photos of all twelve quilts