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grids used in today's addictive Sudoku number puzzles are a perfect match for
making quilts. But instead of numbers, you can place colors and fabrics in an
array of brain-teasing designs!
- Choose from four winning patterns
with a game-like goaleach row and column of blocks and each three-by-three
square, should contain a different fabric, color or motif.
- Base designs
on nine color families, nine block styles, nine block centers or nine fabric motifs.
and match different sashing treatments for one-of-a-kind designsjust like
Sudoku, the possibilities are mind-boggling.
Sudoku puzzles have soared
in popularity - now quilters can get in the game!
Cyndi Hershey became interested in quilting in 1976 as a result
of reading the Good Housekeeping issue that featured the Great American Quilt
Festival. Since there were very few quilt shops at that time, she taught herself
to quilt (with varying results!). Her education and background in interior design
and textiles have been helpful as her interest in quilting has grown over the
Cyndi began teaching in the early 1980's at shops as well as at community
evening schools. In 1989, Cyndi and her husband, Jim, bought the Country Quilt
Shop (now Country Quiltworks) located in Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania. Their
shop was selected as one of the top 10 quilt shops by American Patchwork &
Quilting magazine in 1999. They owned the shop for 11 years.
works for P&B Textiles as a product manager as well as for Martingale &
Company as a technical editor. She still considers teaching to be her favorite
part of quilting and welcomes inquiries regarding teaching classes. Cyndi and
her husband live in the Philadelphia suburb of Audubon, Pennsylvania; their family
includes four grown children and two grandchildren.