Learning to quilt the traditional way

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Sterling Pub. Co., 1994 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Learning to quilt the traditional way

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With all the colorful, inspirational quilting books on the market, those old quilting instruction books on the public library shelf can look very unimaginative. In an enthusiastic first effort ... Read full review

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For a beginner quilter, this book would be a good choice. Early sections of the book set out very clearly the basics of patchwork and quilting. The rest of the book consists of projects from simple ... Read full review

Contents

HOW TO GET STARTED
8
BASIC TECHNIQUES
15
STARTER QUILT 29 TUMBLING BLOCKS
37
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Penny Brown worked as a theater designer for 10 years and currently works in the fields of craft, textiles, and design. She is a regular contributor to "Card Making & Papercraft "and "Cross Stitch Crazy.

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