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Use and Ornament: The History and Future of Improv Quilting Book by Nicholas Ball Signed

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Open the door to creative freedom with Nick Ball’s improv quilting techniques

Throw away your patterns and let your imagination soar! Nick Ball’s techniques will offer a liberated approach to sewing and open up a world of creative possibilities. As you experiment with textures, shapes, colours, you find your own creative way of quilting. A great resource that takes the reader through a journey of the many facets of quilt-making expertise, from preparation, through the elements of design, to completion with the perfect balance of guided instruction and creative freedom.

About Nicholas Ball

Nicholas Ball is an experienced quiltmaker from Cardiff, South Wales. He has contributed to blogs, magazines and sewalongs and specializes in improvisational piecing. He is a regular instructor at The Quilting Company website and on the Quilt Monkey website.