Raw-edge Appliqué: 14 Fast and Fun Frayed Quilt Projects

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Krause Publications Craft, 2002 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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Quilters could only have dreamed of making a Dresden Plate minus fussy needle-turn applique, stitching a Lone Star free from fretting over perfect points on countless diamonds, or creating an Orange Peel without matching a curve. This dream is a reality with Jodie Davis' new book, presenting the raw edge technique she debuted a decade ago. Readers will be able to eliminate hours of pinning and matching with this fun, fast technique using a straight machine stitch. The raw edges are left exposed to become slightly frayed as the quilt is loved, washed and, dried - and then loved some more. Simple enough for a beginner, yet exciting for a long-time quilter, this book makes both traditionally pieced and appliqued quilts a breeze.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
6
Preface
7
Introduction
8
Basic QuiltMaking Skills
11
The Projects
18
Sources
94
Meet the Author
96
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