Quilts from Textured Solids: 20 Rich Projects to Piece & Applique
Go bold with modern tones
• Simple shapes and easy construction yield sophisticated quilts for every room in the house
• Textured solid fabrics add depth and interest to every fresh design
• Quilt designs are perfect for embellishing with buttons
• Hone your color-matching skills by working with tone-on-tone and solid fabrics
Give your quilts a more tactile touch with 20 new projects that feature rich, textured solids to create timeless designs. Use machine appliqué and traditional piecing techniques to stitch up lap quilts, wall quilts, and table runners in Kim's popular style and color pallette.
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