Strip Savvy

Strip Savvy

Strip Savvy book review

Strip Savvy book review

Strip Savvy: 2 1/2″-Strip Quilting Designs


by Kate Henderson has 18 fun projects with easy designs and great instructions. Kate also shares a lot of information about working with 2 1/2″ strips in quilts. It is published by Martingale and I was sent a copy to review.

The quilt on the cover really caught my eye and I had a group of gray 2 1/2 inch strips that I thought would be fun to use in her quilt called Night Sky.

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I have already made up a few blocks and the directions are very easy to follow with plenty of color pictures and diagrams.

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 Many of the quilts have great borders on them, this quilt is called Snowball Explosion.

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The colors in this simple quilt really caught my eye and check out the border on Summer Picnic.

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The quilt is called Kaleidoscope and only uses 29 – 2 1/2 inch strips plus the background.

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Color Block Coins is a great way to show off your colors!

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The name of this quilt is That 70s Quilt, funny…..I think I had a kitchen with these colors in the 70s!

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Reflections is the name of this fun quilt in reds and teals and uses simple triangles.

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 With 18 different quilts and 7 unique borders this would make a great book for someone looking for ideas to work with 2 1/2 inch strips.

Strip Savvy

Strip Savvy: 2 1/2″-Strip Quilting Designs
is also available on Amazon.

Did you know if you buy a quilt book from Martingale you also get a e-book when you order a print version. I prefer print versions of books but a e-book is nice so you can print the appliques with your printer.

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Photography by Martingale, and their Photographer Brent Kane.

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4 Comments

  1. Since I recently purchased several books from them,I did know that you also receive an e-book! Pretty sweet if you ask me :0) Looks like you picked a good one.

  2. I have several strip quilt books and have yet to make a quilt from them. Hmmmm not like I don't have the strips.

  3. That looks like a really fun book, Connie. I try not to 'overload' on books as I am sure I have enough patterns and books for 10 lifetimes. Still … I DO have a lot of jelly rolls sitting in the closet, too. 😀

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