Book Review: Lunch-Hour Patchwork

Another book in the Lunch-Hour series by Martingale & Company, Lunch-Hour Patchwork features 15 easy to start and easy to finish projects by a variety of designers.

 
 Photo courtesy of www.martingale-pub.com

Photo courtesy of www.martingale-pub.com

 

Some of the projects you’ll find in Lunch-Hour Patchwork are a tote bag, a wall hanging, a picture frame, and a needle book. These projects are all simple enough for beginning quilters and just the right size to learn a new technique.

 
 Photo courtesy of www.martingale-pub.com

Photo courtesy of www.martingale-pub.com

 

As the title indicates, these are pieced projects – not an appliqué project in the mix at all. 

Since these projects are small in size, they are also good choices for using up your fabric scraps.

The various projects in Lunch-Hour Patchwork are also quick to make so if you need a quick gift, you can finds lots of ideas in this book.

 
 Photo courtesy of www.martingale-pub.com

Photo courtesy of www.martingale-pub.com

 

As there are a variety of techniques used to create the projects in Lunch-Hour Patchwork, they are good choices if you want to sample a new technique without having to commit to a large project – just in case you don’t like that particular technique.

You can see more of the projects in Lunch-Hour Patchwork by clicking on the image below to watch a video on my YouTube channel.

For your own copy of Lunch-Hour Patchwork, click here.

Creatively,

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