Strip Patchwork

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Pavilion Books, 2004 - Crafts & Hobbies - 142 pages
It’s back in print: one of the most in-demand stitchery titles, filled with more than 250 inspirational drawings and photographs. Leading embroiderer Valerie Campbell-Harding explores every aspect of strip patchwork, an extremely versatile craft used to create wall hangings, quilts, cushions, and clothes. She covers 15 different techniques for piecing the strips, including log cabin and machine piecing, and provides detailed instructions for every one. Stitchers will especially appreciate the wealth of design ideas and the technical advice on how to build abstract motifs, geometrical patterns, and pictures from a variety of colored strips of differing lengths and widths.

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User Review  - drj - LibraryThing

The illustrations and photographs in this book are predominantly black and white. Instead of being a detraction, this emphasizes the graphic nature of the strips or lines in the material that are cut ... Read full review

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