From Library Journal
Doak, who has several previous titles from this publisher, is an expert in teaching paper piecing, a quilt construction method that involves sewing oversize fabric pieces to a paper foundation following a numerical sequence. Her new book adapts that technique to the requirements of miniature quilts, which normally measure no more than 24" square and by definition are scaled-down versions of full-sized quilts. Included here are complete step-by-step instructions and paper-piecing designs for 17 miniature quilt projects. A good choice for public libraries.
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About the Author
Hometown: Windham, New Hampshire
As a bestselling author, celebrated teacher and lecturer, and award-winning quiltmaker, Carol Doak has greatly influenced the art and craft of quiltmaking for more than a decade. Her accomplishments include authoring over a dozen books and designing quilts that have appeared on the covers of nearly every quilting magazine in the U.S., including Quilters Newsletter Magazine and McCalls Quilting.
Also by Carol Doak:
40 Bright and Bold Paper-Pieced Blocks
Easy Paper-Pieced Baby Quilts
50 Fabulous Paper-Pieced Stars
Your First Quilt Book (or it should be!)