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Barbara Cline

www.delightfulpiecing.com

Barbara Cline is a quilt designer, author, and teacher with over 37 years of experience. She comes from a close-knit Mennonite family of quilters and gives lectures, trunk shows, and teaches workshops

Eight Pointed Star Sampler Project

From this project, you will learn how to piece four versions of the basic eight-pointed
star. The techniques you will learn are how to cut diamonds from a strip, how to strip piece, and how to cut and work with smaller diamond pieces. Size 53" x 53"

Modern Star 52" x 58"

Take the cue from modern quilters and make this off-center star for some superstar in your life. This star keeps your visual interest with a twirling pattern. The circular quilting keeps your eyes moving.

Lady Rose 88" x 88"

The center star is a 60" x 60" but also can be made into a queen size quilt 88" x 88". The new technique which is featured in this quilt is the split diamond which is featured in my new book "Diamond Star Quilts". Learn how to cut diamonds, make split diamonds, how to create an echo star, and how a cactus looking star and border are created.

Diamond Chain Star 41" x 41"

Discover how fast and easy it is to create this beautiful diamond chain star quilt. Learn how strip cutting diamond sets is fast and fun, and how easy it is to make large star points which are behind the diamond chain star. And an added bonus is there are no setting seams.

More About Barbara Cline

Barbara is a quilt designer, author, and teacher who loves to share her techniques with others. She started creating quilts in her teens. Barbara has over 37 years of experience in quilting and teaching classes. This is her 6th book published by C&T Publishing.
Barbara currently teaches classes at local quilt shops and gives lectures, trunk shows, and classes nationally and internationally. Her latest travels have taken her to Dubai and Kuwait. She loves to design and piece quilts from her home in Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. The focus of her work is traditional quilts with a new spin. She loves the journey and seeing what she will create next; it is the mystery of planning the next quilt that keeps her passionate about designing and creating quilts.
She has enjoyed entering and placing in the Paducah quilt contests New Quilts from Old Favorites – Seven Sisters and Dresden Plate. The Paducah Quilt show, Quilt Odyssey, Mid Atlantic Quilt Festival XVII, and Hoffman Challenge have all displayed Barbara’s wall hangings