Collaborative Quilting

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2006 - Crafts & Hobbies - 255 pages
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A bold and unconventional tribute to artistic collaboration by two internationally recognized, award-winning authors. Freddy Moran and Gwen Marston have made beautiful quilts together despite their physical distance from each other—the stunning photos of their many creations prove it. They reveal the secrets of their success, including how to bridge style differences and use each person’s strengths to best advantage. Freddy, an expert in color, discusses her specialty, while Gwen talks about design principles. In addition, each artist offers ten personal tips and structured and unstructured projects to try, as well as ideas for putting them all together. A gorgeous gallery of quilts is sure to inspire needleworkers to combine forces.

A Selection of the Crafters Choice Book Club.

  

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User Review  - jlapac - LibraryThing

One of the best reasons for buying this book is the huge number of photos. It is amazing how many photos of quilts and blocks the publisher was able to cram into this book for the price. I also like the idea of collaboration between the two artists. Read full review

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User Review  - Audrey - Goodreads

loved it for it's variety, splashy color and accessibility Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Freddy has been involved with art since her college days and designed and taught needlepoint but didn't get involved in quilting until her five sons were grown and had homes of their own. Now she's busy making up for lost time...in a big way! Freddy's unbridled love of color is contagious...to her eye, red is a neutral! Her quilts have appeared in national and international publications and she was featured by HGTV as one of six artists for their "Artists in Residence" special.

Gwen Marston is a professional quiltmaker, teacher and author. Since 1981 she has had nineteen solo exhibits and participated in many group shows. She maintains a busy teaching and lecture schedule across the United States and has twice taught in Japan. For the past twenty years she has conducted quilt retreats on Beaver Island, Michigan, her year-round home. She was a regular columnist for Ladies Circle Patchwork Quilt for twelve consecutive years.

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