Quilt It with Wool: Projects Stitched on Tartans, Tweeds and Other Toasty Fabrics

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2010 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
Wool is warm, thick, comforting…and one of the hottest new trends with quilters! Not only does quilting with wool add additional coziness to any project, it’s great for embellishments. These 25 projects include wearables, accessories, and home items. Find gorgeous versions of quilted bags and pillows; unexpected objects such as a hot water bottle cozy, a jaunty capelet, a  honeycomb-inspired table runner, and a laptop case. (Of course, there’s also a few traditional snuggly quilts.) A variety of techniques are covered, including appliqué, patchwork, and ideas for charming embellishments.



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My deep appreciation for the use of wool in quilts began long ago when I first saw a collection of Amish Quilts made of wool at the Whitney Museum in New York City. Wool, aside from being warm , wool ... Read full review

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NATHALIE MORNU is an editor at Lark Books, the author of A is for Apron (Lark Books, 2008), and co-author of Survival Sewing (Lark Books, 2007).

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