An ingenious foundation-piecing method means that the Spiderweb blocks in Pat Hamilton’s fabulous scrap quilt pattern are entirely rotary cut and only need straight-line stitching and is a great project to create from your fabric stash – Pat even included some selvedges in her version.
Strip piecing on fabric foundations streamlines the fabric cutting and stitching needed to make this quilt
Only straight-line stitching is used, which can all be done by machine - you’ve got to love a quilt that looks harder to make than it is
Detailed instructions and clear diagrams illustrate Pat’s clever techniques so you achieve perfect blocks with ease
A great project to use up all those little fabric scraps
It’s easy to vary the size of the quilt simply by just adding more or less blocks or rows and adjusting the layout and border
Excellent choice for intermediate-level quilters who are looking for a large project and a great way to use up their pile of fabric scraps