Book Review – Flying Colors by Gail Garber


Flying Colors
by Gail Garber

Here are the step by step instructions for conceiving, sketching
and sewing compositions like Gail’s of wonderful sweeping curves,
circles and forms freed from the strictures of blocks and geometry.
With generous lessons on shapes, tools and construction and
illustrations and photos, her guidance is an irresistible invitation
to try it out. Her take on color and contrast is great and her
instructions on freezer paper piecing remove the roadblocks
even for a beginner. There is a photographic quilt gallery
and five projects complete with all you need to succeed.
If you’ve gotten bored with coloring inside the lines, try
this appealing guide to break out into free form design and

Catherine Smith
September 13, 2010

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