All about Quilting from A to Z.

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C & T Pub., 2002 - Crafts & Hobbies - 256 pages
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Everything you want to know about designing, creating, and living with quilts in one comprehensive sourcebook! In All About Quilting from A to Z, famous quilt artists share their knowledge and expertise in six sections covering the basics and beyond.

This hands-on guide provides scores of common-sense solutions from such renowned quilters as Alex Anderson, Christine Barnes, and Paul Pilgrim for just about any quilting problem. Readers will discover surefire methods to help them build a fabric stash, select the best colors for a quilt, and choose the right tool for the job. They'll also find ready-to-use piecing diagrams for creating a variety of block types; a dramatic, full-color gallery of well-known and well-loved quilts; plus a convenient alphabetical reference of how-to's, covering everything from applique to zigzag.

Finally, a special section called "A Quilter's Lifestyle, " offers a unique tour of the homes and studios of such renowned quilters as Yvonne Porcella, Lynette Jensen, Harriet Hargrave, and Michael James. Brand new from the editors of Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, this is the ultimate reference no quilter should be without!

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This rich sourcebook of quilting information, compiled by top experts in the field, begins with a photographic journey into quilt artists' studios, followed by a visit to a gallery of classic ... Read full review

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