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"Stack the Deck" technique - simply stack, slice, shuffle, and sew"

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Three-time author Karla Alexander is a teacher, designer, and owner of Saginaw Street Quilt Company, a pattern-design company.

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55 of 57 people found the following review helpful
How many ways can you stack the deck? 9 Jan. 2007
By M. Ruedi - Published on
Format: Paperback
Quilting is my passion. Like most quilters, I have many "WIP"s. That would be "works in progress." My new resolution is to find projects that look wonderful but are things I can actually finish without too much stress. This great book offers many opportunities. The author writes very clear instructions. My creativity is really on the rise after reading the book.
42 of 45 people found the following review helpful
Fun and fast projects 10 Mar. 2007
By S. Ayriss - Published on
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There is a large variety of projects in this book. The instructions are easy to follow. It is very fun to cut and shuffle the fabric. I took the book to my guild last retreat and a couple of us finished a quilt in about 5 hours, the results very different but still nice. With the tecnique you do not have to fuzz with matching all corners perfectly. Even doing curves end up fun... We did find some errors between the pictures and the written instructions, nothing mayor.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
An Infinity of Possibilities 23 Mar. 2010
By Lydia S. - Published on
Format: Paperback
When I purchased this book I had no idea how often I would go back to it for new ideas on how to make a completely unique and one of a kind quilt. This is now my quick and painless, to make *gift quilt* book in my library of reference books. Although others reviewers of this book, have written stating that the not have full size pattern sheets to use to determine how to cut was a draw back, I find this as a plus and not a negative. Each project starts out with spelled out specific sizes for the squares and rectangles you will need to complete the project, and it is easy to duplicate the projects she has in this book. The wonderful thing is that is also absolutely a *piece of cake* to alter the size or shape on any given project giving the quilter absolute ease in adapting their own visions in with this cutting and re-stacking system. The instructions are very easy to read and follow, and the vast array of color combinations that the author gives throughout the projects will allow most beginners to advanced quilters a place to start. Not being a person who enjoys the repetative use of duplicating block after block exactly alike, Karla's shuffle system was just what I needed to give me the feeling that each block was different, and kept my interest from slipping away. The only drawback I found in this book was that it was *batik & hand dyed fabric* intensive, and didn't really show what the results would be if using other types of fabric.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
new cuts for new quilts 16 Dec. 2008
By Kathleen M. Conway - Published on
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made a quilt of valor out of a very small stack of scraps. great patterns
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Shuffling is great! 29 Aug. 2009
By Doris Wolf - Published on
Format: Paperback
Ever since I did my first work using Karla Alexander's shuffling method, I loved it! I recommend it highly to non-classical patchwork and quilters. I have just bought her 3rd book which will be edited in October 2009.
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