Quilting with Curves Blog Hop

Welcome to my stop on the Quilting with Curves Virtual Book Tour!

My friend Daisy Aschehoug has a new book, Quilting with Curves. It is a beautiful book with 20 geometric patterns featuring quarter circle squares. You'll benefit from Daisy's experience sewing thousands of these units as you read about her favorite tools, and best tips for cutting, sewing, and trimming these precise units.

I've admired Daisy's precise piecing and many of these quilts for years as the majority of them have hung at QuiltCon.

Here are a couple of my favorites from the book!

GIVEAWAY: C&T has offered a digital copy of Quilting with Curves for one randomly selected visitor. Please comment below if you'd like a chance and a winner will be selected July 2. THE GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED. Congratulations, Lauren.

Be sure to follow the hop for the next week!

19 thoughts on “Quilting with Curves Blog Hop

  1. Joan Merza

    I would be honored to win the curves book. A personal goal for myself is improving my curve stitching.

  2. Stacey Rothchild

    I just started quilting curves and am in love! I was looking at several of Daisy's curve classes and this book would just be a great resource.

  3. Cindy K

    There’s a lot of quilts in this book that I never would have thought to make using curves. Looks interesting!

  4. I'm an old hand at curves, usually improv, and I love the geometric layouts I'm seeing in these pics. This will be a good book to spark fun experiments!

  5. Kathy

    Through lots of practice, I’ve come to love curves. This book would be a great resource as I continue to experiment and practice.

  6. Lydia

    What an interesting array of quilts. What really caught my eye is the red and white runner. I love the pattern the blocks create.

  7. Kim G

    I would love to see this entire book! I really need some tips on how to sew curves. I've started a few quilts with curves but have never finished one! Thanks for the chance to win.

  8. Debbie

    I love the bold pickle color you chose! I see at least four quilts in the book that I’d like to make. Thank you for the opportunity to win a digital copy.


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