Encyclopedia of Crazy Quilt Stitches and Motifs

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DRG Wholesale, 1997 - Crafts & Hobbies - 69 pages
This book will give quilters the confidence they need to use luscious fabrics in their own unique crazy quilt and then embellish it with wonderful embroidery stitches, ribbon embroidery motifs and charms. This is a wonderful reference for anyone who enjoys needlework. There are 90 Crazy Quilt Stitches that are illustrated with how-to instructions so there are enough stitches and variations to use a new creative stitch for each seam of the patchwork. In addition there are eleven Ribbon Motifs that are wonderful for adding dimension to crazy patchwork. For each ribbon motif we've included a stitching diagram to use as a blueprint for creating beautiful ribbonwork. 68 pages
 

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Linda Causee of San Diego, California, has been writing and editing quilting titles for more than 20 years, first as the quilting editor at American School of Needlework (ASN Publishing) and then producing quilting titles for Creative Partners. A co-owner of Creative Partners, Rita Weiss of Escondido, California, is a widely acclaimed needlework author, designer, and teacher. While she may be better known as a crocheter, her first love has been quilting. She has been writing quilt books since 1975 and has served as president of the International Quilt Association (IQA).

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