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Quilters’ Coupon: Diamond Quilt Designs

Quilters' Coupons

Each Wednesday, I share a Quilters’ Coupon with you from one of our favourite online retailers. Here are this week’s savings:

Diamond Quilt Designs

Let the quilt be your canvas – create beautiful, mosaic quilts using instructor Jan Krentz’s diamond motif techniques.

Online Quilting Class

Learn 45-degree diamond cutting techniques and fabric selection tips that you’ll use in composing and constructing diamond braids, chevron diamonds and painterly single diamond quilt tops. Create a design wall with a diamond grid to evaluate your fabric selection and perfect the flow and value transition of your quilt, or to admire your work.

Enroll now in Diamond Quilt Designs and soon diamonds will be your new best friend. Bonus: Jan’s e-book “Quick Diamond Quilts & Beyond” (a $14.99 value) is included free!

Register for this class here!


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If you’re a retailer and would like to offer a weekly coupon, please send me an email to discuss.

Posted: May 1st, 2013

Topics: Quilters' Coupons

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2 Responses to “Quilters’ Coupon: Diamond Quilt Designs”

  1. Judy says:

    I have Jan’s book Lonestar quilts and Beyond. I love it, but bought it when I was a new quilter. I wasn’t happy with the points and less-than-perfect matching seams so tore it apart and decided on an English paper pieced Lonestar instead. That was in 2002 when my daughter was 14. She chose the fabrics. I’ve promised to have it finished in time for her 40th birthday. I’m on track, she’s 25 now and the star is pieced. I’m adding the setting squares now, and still hand piecing this sucker. It WILL be the only Epp quilt I ever make!

  2. Sheron says:

    Really should look at Inklingo. Not EPPY for me. Easy and soooooo much faster. Lindafranz.com. Get your lines right where you need them!

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