It’s that day…”Try in on Tuesday”. Today I am reviewing the book “Dessert Roll Quilts: 12 Simple Dessert Roll Quilt Patterns by Pam & Nicky Lintott. The good people over at David and Charles Publishing sent it to me.
Are you wondering what a dessert roll is? It is a pack of 20-5″ strips cut the width of the fabric. All the quilts in the book are made with dessert rolls.
There are 12 quilts in the book and of course I spent a good portion of my looking time checking out this chicken quilt.
There are many other quilts in the book that would be awesome for donation quilts as they aren’t hard and can be completed quickly. Isn’t this split nine patch fun all blown up and big??
Here’s another that if a great quilt for gifting…
This one reminds me of an old fashion quilt. I love the soft colors.
The above and below quilt are made from the same block…just different settings. Neat huh??
The black back ground and large scale prints are fun here.
That’s six of the 12 quilts. Fun quilts right?? I think they are perfect for most anyone. A new quilter will find the patterns do able and seasoned quilts with find the patterns fast. The layout is wonderful and pictures pleasing. Most of the quilts have an alternate color option and that is fun and versatile. You can find Dessert Roll Quilts: 12 Simple Dessert Roll Quilt Patterns here on Amazon in both Kindle and book form.
If you’d like a chance to win a copy leave a comment here of something you are grateful for. We’ll pick a winner as soon as we get to it.
Today I am grateful that I have plenty and can give to others. As I was working on the charity quilt today I couldn’t help but realize how fortunate I am to have a stash of batting, binding and backings that allow me freely give to others who are in need.