Scrap House Quilt

Scrap House Quilt

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In Scrap House Quilt, Katharine Guerrier shows how to create her freely pieced house blocks and put them together to make your own lively and quirky scrap house quilt.

Quilts using this formula can be made any size, incorporating different elements and techniques: novelty fabric for gardens, farmyard or sky, curved seams for landscape panels, block samples left over from previous projects and oddments of fabric you will almost certainly have in your scrap bag.

Follow these guidelines and techniques, and watch the author demonstrating on the video clips, then add your ideas, orphan blocks and variations, to make your own unique quilt.

The interest is kept up as you work because decisions are made as you construct the quilt. It’s almost as if you can make it up as you go along!

Why is Scrap House Quilt so popular?

‘I think that the use of the video for different techniques is very helpful and really helps to clarify things. It’s like having Katharine in the house to teach you. As always, Katharine shows you how to make your own quilt using her design elements, rather than giving you a pattern to make a quilt exactly like hers, that’s why she is such a great teacher.’- Lynn Cooke

What do others think?

‘This book is so fun! What a fantastic way to use up our precious scraps of fabric. The whole idea of fussy cutting a novelty print to put in the windows of the houses is brilliant to me. Katharine Guerrier’s instructions are easy to follow and understand.

The embedded instructional videos in the ebook make it like you are having a private class with the author but if you miss a point or need to see it again you can just replay the video.’ Anita LaHay

Helpful Information

Buy Scrap House Quilt now, as an instant download or on disk.

If you have never used a Vivebooks ebook before, then bear this in mind.

  • They can be printed out
  • You can view them on any device (if you’re using a phone, download to a computer first and then transfer the file)
  • Our very helpful FAQs page will help with any questions you have

 

To buy, click on ‘choose an option’ above.

Download file size: 576Mb
ISBN: 978-1-906314-24-8

This ebook has embedded video clips. To view these on a computer you need to use Adobe Acrobat/Reader (free). To view these on a tablet you need to use ezPDF Reader (£2.49 or less from the app store).

See more of Katharine Guerrier’s work on her website.

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg
Ebook Type (download or CD-ROM)

Downloadable ebook, Physical cd-rom

6 reviews for Scrap House Quilt

  1. Vivienne Wells (verified owner)

    ‘I think that the use of the video for different techniques is very helpful and really helps to clarify things. It’s like having Katharine in the house to teach you. As always, Katharine shows you how to make your own quilt using her design elements, rather than giving you a pattern to make a quilt exactly like hers, that’s why she is such a great teacher.’- Lynn Cooke

  2. Trevor Wiggins

    Find out how to make quilts with free piecing techniques. This ebook contains all you need to know to make your own quilt using this technique. You can even watch Katharine herself demonstrating the technique. Once you understand the technique, you are free to apply it to your own creative projects. It’s just like having Katharine with you as a teacher. I thoroughly enjoyed this.
    Karen Platt

  3. Trevor Wiggins

    This book contains detailed instructions on how to free piece house blocks to create your own unique quilt. You are encouraged to experiment with colours and fabrics to give your quilt its own story. It’s a great way to use up sample blocks or scraps that you have lying around.

    As well as colour step by step photos there are also embedded videos to demonstrate techniques in this book. It not only tells you how to make the main house blocks but also teaches several other blocks such as flying geese, 8 point star, double pin wheel, log cabin, a spinning star and many others to incorporate into the quilt or future projects. Which ones you decide to use, and where you choose to place them is entirely up to you, which is why you finish with a special quilt unique to you. Fiona Pullen

  4. Trevor Wiggins

    I make quilts to give to sick and disabled children, so am always looking for interesting patterns that will appeal to children, especially ones which can use the scraps of fabric which my friends give me. As I’m not a brilliant quilter, I do like simple instructions. These scrap house quilts look complicated, but the combination of on screen text and video are a wonderful way of showing how the make them. This should be the format for all ‘how to’ books. Mrs LP Antill, on Amazon.co.uk

  5. Trevor Wiggins

    I had been meaning to buy this book for ages, having somewhere seen a picture of the finished quilt. But I must say the formula put me off a bit. It is available either as a download or a CD rom. I like a paper book to be totally honest, if I am spending money. I have too many virtual books and I never look at them, and a CD rom would only get lost in my huge pile of (real) craft books. So I never bought it. I did however try my hand at making a block for this quilt, which looked fab and it inspired me to try and have a go at making a whole quilt based around houses and trees. But frankly I never would have done as I have never made flying geese blocks or pinwheel blocks and to gather all the info from all my different books meant I would have had this on my to do lost until I retired. At least.

    So when I was offered the chance to review one of Vivebooks I jumped at it. They have just released a gorgeous looking modern smocking book, in fact there are two, and I think they hoped I would review that but I was way too drawn to the Scrap house quilt book to not go for that.

    I am super glad I persevered though as the book is amazing and so much more than just any old quilting book. It teaches you lots of different techniques and having someone show you in a video how to make up a flying geese block is invaluable. A lot of people learn by being shown rather than reading it in words so this would really help all those people. Katharine, the writer/ teacher is amazing, I love the blocks and the freedom she gives you to just experiment and have a go, exactly the way I like teaching people. The only thing I did not like was the fabrics used but that is just me, and I am making mine in fun, bright, modern prints. I like that you don’t set out with a plan, you just add blocks as you go, I love working like that.

    All in all a giant thumbs up to this book, this format and this wonderful little publisher for bringing this innovative format to the world.

  6. Trevor Wiggins

    This book is so fun! What a fantastic way to use up our precious scraps of fabric. The whole idea of fussy cutting a novelty print to put in the windows of the houses is brilliant to me. Katharine Guerrier’s instructions are easy to follow and understand. The embedded instructional videos in the ebook make it like you are having a private class with the author but if you miss a point or need to see it again you can just replay the video. Anita LaHay

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Description

In Scrap House Quilt, Katharine Guerrier shows how to create her freely pieced house blocks and put them together to make your own lively and quirky scrap house quilt.

Quilts using this formula can be made any size, incorporating different elements and techniques: novelty fabric for gardens, farmyard or sky, curved seams for landscape panels, block samples left over from previous projects and oddments of fabric you will almost certainly have in your scrap bag.

Follow these guidelines and techniques, and watch the author demonstrating on the video clips, then add your ideas, orphan blocks and variations, to make your own unique quilt.

The interest is kept up as you work because decisions are made as you construct the quilt. It’s almost as if you can make it up as you go along!

Why is Scrap House Quilt so popular?

‘I think that the use of the video for different techniques is very helpful and really helps to clarify things. It’s like having Katharine in the house to teach you. As always, Katharine shows you how to make your own quilt using her design elements, rather than giving you a pattern to make a quilt exactly like hers, that’s why she is such a great teacher.’- Lynn Cooke

What do others think?

‘This book is so fun! What a fantastic way to use up our precious scraps of fabric. The whole idea of fussy cutting a novelty print to put in the windows of the houses is brilliant to me. Katharine Guerrier’s instructions are easy to follow and understand.

The embedded instructional videos in the ebook make it like you are having a private class with the author but if you miss a point or need to see it again you can just replay the video.’ Anita LaHay

Helpful Information

Buy Scrap House Quilt now, as an instant download or on disk.

If you have never used a Vivebooks ebook before, then bear this in mind.

  • They can be printed out
  • You can view them on any device (if you’re using a phone, download to a computer first and then transfer the file)
  • Our very helpful FAQs page will help with any questions you have

 

To buy, click on ‘choose an option’ above.

Download file size: 576Mb
ISBN: 978-1-906314-24-8

This ebook has embedded video clips. To view these on a computer you need to use Adobe Acrobat/Reader (free). To view these on a tablet you need to use ezPDF Reader (£2.49 or less from the app store).

See more of Katharine Guerrier’s work on her website.

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg
Ebook Type (download or CD-ROM)

Downloadable ebook, Physical cd-rom

6 reviews for Scrap House Quilt

  1. Vivienne Wells (verified owner)

    ‘I think that the use of the video for different techniques is very helpful and really helps to clarify things. It’s like having Katharine in the house to teach you. As always, Katharine shows you how to make your own quilt using her design elements, rather than giving you a pattern to make a quilt exactly like hers, that’s why she is such a great teacher.’- Lynn Cooke

  2. Trevor Wiggins

    Find out how to make quilts with free piecing techniques. This ebook contains all you need to know to make your own quilt using this technique. You can even watch Katharine herself demonstrating the technique. Once you understand the technique, you are free to apply it to your own creative projects. It’s just like having Katharine with you as a teacher. I thoroughly enjoyed this.
    Karen Platt

  3. Trevor Wiggins

    This book contains detailed instructions on how to free piece house blocks to create your own unique quilt. You are encouraged to experiment with colours and fabrics to give your quilt its own story. It’s a great way to use up sample blocks or scraps that you have lying around.

    As well as colour step by step photos there are also embedded videos to demonstrate techniques in this book. It not only tells you how to make the main house blocks but also teaches several other blocks such as flying geese, 8 point star, double pin wheel, log cabin, a spinning star and many others to incorporate into the quilt or future projects. Which ones you decide to use, and where you choose to place them is entirely up to you, which is why you finish with a special quilt unique to you. Fiona Pullen

  4. Trevor Wiggins

    I make quilts to give to sick and disabled children, so am always looking for interesting patterns that will appeal to children, especially ones which can use the scraps of fabric which my friends give me. As I’m not a brilliant quilter, I do like simple instructions. These scrap house quilts look complicated, but the combination of on screen text and video are a wonderful way of showing how the make them. This should be the format for all ‘how to’ books. Mrs LP Antill, on Amazon.co.uk

  5. Trevor Wiggins

    I had been meaning to buy this book for ages, having somewhere seen a picture of the finished quilt. But I must say the formula put me off a bit. It is available either as a download or a CD rom. I like a paper book to be totally honest, if I am spending money. I have too many virtual books and I never look at them, and a CD rom would only get lost in my huge pile of (real) craft books. So I never bought it. I did however try my hand at making a block for this quilt, which looked fab and it inspired me to try and have a go at making a whole quilt based around houses and trees. But frankly I never would have done as I have never made flying geese blocks or pinwheel blocks and to gather all the info from all my different books meant I would have had this on my to do lost until I retired. At least.

    So when I was offered the chance to review one of Vivebooks I jumped at it. They have just released a gorgeous looking modern smocking book, in fact there are two, and I think they hoped I would review that but I was way too drawn to the Scrap house quilt book to not go for that.

    I am super glad I persevered though as the book is amazing and so much more than just any old quilting book. It teaches you lots of different techniques and having someone show you in a video how to make up a flying geese block is invaluable. A lot of people learn by being shown rather than reading it in words so this would really help all those people. Katharine, the writer/ teacher is amazing, I love the blocks and the freedom she gives you to just experiment and have a go, exactly the way I like teaching people. The only thing I did not like was the fabrics used but that is just me, and I am making mine in fun, bright, modern prints. I like that you don’t set out with a plan, you just add blocks as you go, I love working like that.

    All in all a giant thumbs up to this book, this format and this wonderful little publisher for bringing this innovative format to the world.

  6. Trevor Wiggins

    This book is so fun! What a fantastic way to use up our precious scraps of fabric. The whole idea of fussy cutting a novelty print to put in the windows of the houses is brilliant to me. Katharine Guerrier’s instructions are easy to follow and understand. The embedded instructional videos in the ebook make it like you are having a private class with the author but if you miss a point or need to see it again you can just replay the video. Anita LaHay

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