American Quilt Classics from the Collection of Patricia Cox

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Collins & Brown, 2004 - Crafts & Hobbies - 192 pages
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Showcased here for the first time, Patricia Cox's breathtaking, internationally renowned collection spans the history of the American quilt-and quilters are invited to recreate the finest examples. Each project features the work of a different period or style; comes with templates, technical information, and historical background; and uses modern-day fabrics. A lovely hand-appliquéd Mexican Rose block, originally from the mid-19th century, offers needleworkers a beautiful challenge. Log Cabin is the quintessential patchwork pattern: though it's easily constructed, the potential variations on the theme are endless. The one here is machine-pieced, with a quite unusual chevron design. Other quilts include the Irish Chain, Triangles, Stars, Four-Patch and Nine-Patch, and Baskets--and every one is inspiring and unique.

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User Review  - drj - LibraryThing

This book is a peek into a personal collection of 19th to 20th Century quilts. Each quilt represents a certain style of quilting, such as crazy quilts or Irish chain, with complete instructions how to ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Patricia Cox lives in Denver with her dogs, Rufus and Rocky. She is the mother of three daughters, grandmother of eleven (front cover) and the author of two memoirs: "We Keep Our Potato Chips in the Refrigerator" and "My's Happy.

Maggi McCormick Gordon is the author of "The Quilting Source Book "and "The Ultimate Quilting Book." She lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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