Thursday, August 28, 2014

Book Review: A Quilter's Mixology

Hi Lovelies!

I am very delighted to share with you my dearest friend Angela Pingel’s new amazing book “A Quilter’s Mixology”. Her new book is filled with 16 beautiful projects using the Drunkard’s Path Block.

Angela will show you how this block can be assembled in different patterns that look different in every combination. As a die hard fan of piecing blocks with curved seams, it took no time to ask Angela if I could get a copy to review it and share thoughts my with you. I was absolutely delighted when I started going through all her projects featured in “A Quilter’s Mixology”.  Angela has a unique design aesthetic and cohesive approach on creating projects that will satisfy today’s sewers. I know Angela as a modern quilter so it is amazing how she uses this traditional block to reflect a more deconstructed, simple but elegant look!

She takes a straightforward and modern approach and her instructions are very easy to follow! To fulfill her innovative ideas and complete a fabulous project, she features AGF’s Oval Elements fabrics [Green Apple, Blue Lagoon, Saffron, Tangerine Tango, Mood Indigo and Cappuccino designs] in the most creative way paint slipping down the walls! 

If you are afraid of curved seams, think twice and see how easy she makes it I definitely recommend this book to all of you quilt lovers, you will absolutely love it! Thanks Angela, can’t wait to start sewing some of your gorgeous projects! For more innovative ideas, please follow Angela's lovely blog!



  1. These quilts are so beautiful. I like the gentle curves

    1. Angela Pingel is amazing!! I love how she turned a traditional Drunkard's patch block so modern!