Yo-Yo Quilting

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The popular technique of yo-yo quilting—sewing together circular rosettes of fabric to form a quilt—is explored in this illustrated craft guide. A great way to be frugal and use fabric scraps, yo-yo quilting does not require any special tools, and the projects featured in the book make wonderful gifts for any holiday or special occasion. Types of projects vary—from comfy quilts and throws such as the “Flannel Yo-Yo Throw” to stuffed animals such as the “Yo-Yo Black Cat” and household decorations such as the “Yo-Yo Snowman Placemat”—and are designed for a range of skill levels. Color photos of each project are also included to provide inspiration and guidance.


Elisa Albury is a quilter and the editor of Quilter’s World magazine. Jeanne Stauffer is a quilter with more than 20 years of experience and the editor of more than 50 quilting books, including 365 Fun-to-Stitch Quilt Blocks, Amazingly Simple Star Quilts, and Fat Quarter Quilts. They both live in Berne, Indiana.