Jelly Roll Quilts & More - 05/28/2010
Reviewer: Down Under Quilts from Australia
Kimberly Einmo shows you how to turn those delicious little packs of pre-cut strips, squares, and triangles into fun and fabulous quilts. Ten quilts plus four one-block wonders will entice you to get ready, get set, and sew! (Alternate cutting requirements are given so you can work from yardage also.) The introduction is simple and to the point and the instructions are easy to follow. -- www.downunderquilts.com.au | 7
Packs of precut fabric pieces become wonderful quilts in no time! - 05/28/2010
Reviewer: McCall's Quilting from USA
Includes yardage and cutting requirements for fabrics from the bolt, too, making this book user-friendly no matter what type of fabric you’ve got on hand. 14 easy patterns and step-by-step instructions. --McCall’s Quilting, July/August 2010, page 12.
This book provides hours of fun! - 05/28/2010
Reviewer: allpeoplequilt.com from USA
If you love the ease of precuts, this book will provide hours of fun. Kimberly Einmo offers approachable advice, helpful tips, yummy recipes, and 10 precut-friendly quilt patterns. --ALLPEOPLEQUILT.COM, August 2010, page 12.
Einmo’s “Jelly Roll Quilts & More” - 03/15/2010
Reviewer: James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief from Oregon, WI, USA
Kimberly Einmo’s “Jelly Roll Quilts & More” tells how to use pre-cut strips, squares and triangles, and pairs stories, design suggestions and more with its instructions. Ten quilts plus four one-block wonders are outstanding presentations. --James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief, The Midwest Book Review, The Needlecraft Shelf, March 2010.
Jelly Roll Quilts & More - 03/04/2010
Reviewer: Barb, Me & My Sister Designs from USA
Check out the jelly roll on the cover…Its our Birdie! I admit that it’s what drew me to the book, but after I looked inside I had to have it. Not only does the book have a beautiful “Birdie” jelly roll on the cover, but it also has some great quilts that I hope to make someday. I think that my favorite is “Honey Bun Cabins”.
I love the fun tips that she (Einmo) gives throughout the book, especially the one about fusible web not storing well. So don’t stock up when it is on sale. I did not know that!!!
It’s by Kimberly Einmo and gets two thumbs up! Good Job!