good for beginner as well as experienced
This is a good how-to book about how to make smaller lap quiltable blocks and then put themm together to make a larger or full sized quilt. Pictures and diagrams are quite clear and helpful.
For the hand sewer, this book is lovely. There are detailed illustrations, lots of paterns and up close photos. It's published before rotary cutters were in use, but still has a lot of great information.
I was looking for a book that would show techniques for quilting blocks or rows before joining so that you don't need to mess around with trying to quilt a large queen/king size quilt whole. While there was a brief chapter on it with no new information, most of the book is dedicated to hand quilting (applique techniques, etc.) "Divide & Conquer" is supposed to be a good book for what I am looking for, but I have yet to get my hands on it. Quilt-As-You-Go was not that helpful to me.