WEAVER FEVER - Some quilts simply stand the test of time. Such is the case with Weaver Fever. Introduced in 1991, this quilt is made from straight forward strip sets, which are subcut and reassembled into blocks.
The lesson begins with good, helpful information that insures accurate seams. The project continues by building bargello type blocks. Lots of hints and tips for successful machine piecing are included.
Jackie shows an outstanding method of final block construction that guarantees an always beautifully flat quilt top with perfectly matched corners.
Mitered borders are added in an easy, always perfect manner.
Jackie ends with a demo of successful mitered corners on the binding.
Special Features Include:
• Trunk Show
• Complete Pattern PDF
Running Time: 60 minutes