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Centred Kissez
By Stargazey Quilts

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  • 95” x 95”
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  • Intermediate

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This is my third quilt making use of a collection of mostly grey re-cycled kimono fabrics. It was made to use the small (14”) width of these beautiful fabrics and larger scraps from the other two quilts. I added a simple ‘framed crossez block’ to add extra interest - the hearts of these large log cabin blocks are filled lovingly with kissez.....

Change this pattern easily by putting on more or less rounds. Keep the fabrics the same each round or vary them like my quilt. Size this quilt to suit your bed needs or your fabric lengths - be they kimonos or cotton.

This pattern also includes; Kimono Basicz - how to prepare kimonos, using the pieces to best advantage, stitching hints and quilt styles to enable you to move on to making ‘kimono’ quilts with more complexity. Cutting Lengths Basicz - how to prepare fabric, equipment, step-by-step folding, dealing with dog legs and fussy cutting patterned lengths.

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Stargazey Quilts

Since 1996, under the business name “Stargazey”I have developed contemporary piecing and appliqué techniques in a distinctively contemporary, colorful, rule-breaking style. C&T has published my three books; Cut Loose Quilts, Reverse Appliqué With No Brakez and Free & Eazy Circles. Each book also explores less structured approaches to quilt making. Designing fabrics for Marcus Brothers is probably what I'm best known for. My twenty-two collections of colorful,simple prints are easily recognizable. Whilst my publishing new work is minimal of late uploading older much loved patterns is still ongoing. I'm really loving being intricately involved in growing skills in my local textile community whilst forging new paths in my artwork.