This pattern contains a lot of projects based on the Drunkard's Path Block. Upper left on the photo you see a traditional Drunkard's Path quilt, in blue and white. In the middle you see a wall hanging (32 inch square). This is just one of the many variations that you can make if you sew Drunkard's Path blocks with lots of different fabrics. The pattern very clearly explains how to sew the curved Drunkard's Path seam on a sewing machine, or by hand. The pattern even contains two projects with a totally different method of making the blocks: fusible appliqué and even one with raw edges (turtles). A great projects to make with kids.
The quilt on the cover (right hand side on the photo) is called Twister. This pattern has double Drunkard's Path blocks and by turning them you will get beautiful effects. The quilt in the photo is made in batiks. For this quilt you will need both the Large Drunkard's Path set and the regular Drunkard's Path set. The quilt has 24 blocks and measures 30 x 42 inches.