This series of patterns brings the quilter through:
- A single pinwheel and a 5 x 7 square project, to
- A single pinwheel intermixed with a larger design and applique, to
- A larger 10 square wide with one border missing intermixed with piecing so it appears as a 20 wide, to
- An example of of using a twisterized technique to quilt that would be normally pieced or appliqued, to
- A large project with rows that are 30 squares across.
All with Ruth's "Industrial Strength" method. [By the way, that was one of our employee's description of Ruth's method. Why, industrial strength? Because you can use her method get great results regardless of the size or complexity of the projects!]