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A Fan-Favorite in its Third Edition!

Barbara Brackman’s classic quilter’s resource, the Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns, is fully modernized, updated with over 160 new blocks, and presented in full color for the first time in this third edition! All of the 4,000+ pieced quilt blocks found in this book are illustrated with both a line drawing and sample color suggestions to ensure that you will never run out of inspiration! Free gift included when you buy from EQ >>

What exactly is the Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns?

The Encyclopedia is a reference primarily on how to identify quilt blocks. It is organized like an encyclopedia and a great way to figure out the name of a block. Quilters, quilt historians, and textile enthusiasts will love the detailed information on pattern names and publication sources included with each block. Sewing patterns are not included. Learn more about identifying blocks >>

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Over 4,000 blocks to print in ANY size!

The Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns is brought to life on your computer with this re-release of The Electric Quilt Company’s top-selling BlockBase+ software. Take a nice “scroll” through all the categories while viewing the blocks in gorgeous colorings, in grayscale values, or as line drawings.

This stand-alone software also lets you easily print rotary-cutting instructions, templates, or foundation patterns, at any size! Whether you owned the previous versions or if you’re completely new to BlockBase, you’ll appreciate the new features added to this version! Learn more about Blockbase+ >>

Use the blocks in your EQ8 designs!

For additional fun, link BlockBase+ to the Electric Quilt 8 quilt design software! (EQ8 software not required.) All BlockBase+ blocks can be used in the EQ8 software, which lets you use EQ’s design tools on the blocks, color the BlockBase+ blocks, and set them into quilt layouts. Learn more about EQ8 >>