Quilting with Style: Principles for Great Pattern Design

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American Quilter's Society, 1993 - Crafts & Hobbies - 191 pages
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Methods of planning the cable, fan, & feather of a quilt are described, with more than 75 color photos of traditional quilts & traceable, full-size figures.

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User Review  - Candy - Goodreads

It seems this should be a classic in the quilt-book world. I learned about the actual quilting, not the piecing, which was pretty much all I saw before reading this book. Now I see more depth and ... Read full review

Review: Quilting with Style: Principles for Great Pattern Design

User Review  - Lindi - Goodreads

This is the best quilting book ever. The authors give good design principles and offer some patterns then encourage the reader to make their own quilts, questioning the current craze, whether ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
8
StraightLine Designs
16
Circle Designs
39
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Gwen Marston first coined the phrase "Liberated quiltmaking" in the mid-1990s. It has become her trademark style. Liberated Quiltmaking II (AQS, 2010) was a top-selling book. She lives on Beaver Island in Lake Michigan.

Joe Cunningham has made a living making quilts for 30 years. Author and co-author of numerous books on quilts, quilt history, and quiltmaking, he teaches nationally and curates special quilt exhibits. His alter ego, Joe the Quilter, stars in a one-man musical that explores how quiltmaking was a masculine domain not so very long ago.

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