It's by Pam Weeks and Don Beld and it deals with "pot holder quilts"--quilts that are made as individual blocks that are completely quilted and bound, then whip-stitched together! Makes group quilts as easy as those knitters and crocheters have it. What it does for me is feed my "lazy quilter" mode. I get to hand or machine piece a block, hand quilt or machine quilt a block, and bind a block and then whip stitch it in rows or square units. If I do it all by hand I get to do it all on the couch without displacing the dogs or abandoning Mr. Wonderful!
Look at this sweet block! I turned it into a table runner by adding just 3 more (they're 14" blocks), and now I have plans for getting other quilts that I have in assorted stages of "not finished" actually finished! And I'm getting to hand quilt without having to wrestle a big hunk of fabric stuff.
Right now I'm working on a pineapple applique table topper that will have a knife edge finish instead of applied binding. If I go applique right now, I'll get to post a new photo in a day or 2!
Check out this book!