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Quilting with Stash or Cash

10 Patterns, 20 Quilts, Lots of Creative Options

Quilting with Stash or Cash
Linda J. Hahn By (author)
Deborah G. Stanley By (author)
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8/24/2021 12:00:00 AM
Fox Chapel Publishing

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8.5 X 11.0 in
96 pg

CRAFTS & HOBBIES / Quilts & Quilting


Make the most of the fabric you have and the fabric you want! Featuring 10 quilt patterns and two options for each – one “stash” and one “cash” – decide whether you want to use your fabric scraps or the new yardage you just bought. With step-by-step instructions, expert tips, and helpful diagrams, Quilting with Stash or Cash offers so much to love with 20 total quilt designs and possibilities. You’ll also learn different ways to piece traditional quilt blocks for easy construction, make your stash fabrics work with patterns, cut and sort your scraps, add sashing and borders, and other techniques to strengthen your quilting skills.


Linda and Deb did it again! What fun to see how fabric and color choices can change the look of quilt patterns. I’m excited to go shopping in my stash and at the quilt shop after reading this book!Stevii Graves, quilt author and teacher, Past President, International Quilt Association

These imaginative projects are sure to spark creativity and will beautify the home or make gorgeous gifts for loved ones. There is a treasure trove of nostalgic Christmas goodness in this book!
Oleysa Lebedenko, Author of Mini Animal Makes: Adorable Projects to Quilt & Sew

Author Bio

Linda J. Hahn is a National Quilting Association (NQA) Certified Teacher and former NQA Teacher of the Year. Her bestselling quilting books have won multiple Independent Publishers Book Awards with Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medals. Linda was named "New Jersey All Star Quilter" by the State Quilt Guild of New Jersey, and has been nominated three times for Professional Quilter magazine's Teacher of the Year Award. Her work has been published in numerous national quilting magazines. Linda designs quilt patterns for RJR Fabrics and Clothworks, Inc., and markets her own quilt patterns under the name Frog Hollow Designs. She actively lectures and presents workshops for shows and guilds throughout North America.

Deborah G. Stanley is an independent designer, whose work has been published in many magazines, including Quilt magazine, Love of Quilting, Modern Patchwork, American Quilter, and Quilter's World. She has designed consumer projects for several fabric companies, including Northcott, RJR, and Elizabeth's Studio. Her specialty is simple, easy-to-complete sewing and quilting projects, especially lap quilts and handbags.