Lucky you if you have this book already. I just discovered it today at work when I unpacked it. I did manage a minute to look through it too which was impressive in a crazy day... It really is good though. I couldn't believe the simplicity in some of the designs. I have a couple of ranges of fabric that I am looking for the perfect pattern for.
But is there a perfect pattern? It is what you make it isn't it? Some people can see a quilt in chosen fabrics so easily. Others can only see it in the colours that are presented to them in the pattern. I think that would be difficult to not be able to see past what is in front of you. I am amazed at customers sometimes when they need what is there in the book or even on display with samples we have in the shop of different things. It becomes a problem too when all those craft magazines out these days keep turning up with a customer & they want the fabric that is in the magazine so they can recreate that quilt exactly. Unfortunately it usually turns out that the magazine is a few years old. That means the likelihood of finding said fabric is really slim. I think we can be a bit behind the times where fabric is concerned in these parts but it is funny as the customers are even further behind it seems.
In any case, I think I have found the perfect book with a couple of patterns that I can certainly envisage for some funky orange, pink & white fabric that I have. The patterns are really easy to follow with great cutting guides, block assembly & quilt top assembly. In fact it was so easy that the patterns usually only were on 2 pages! & that was with good pictures in it too! Well, this is definitely one for my wishlist. Do you have this book? Which one have you made from it?