Georgia Bonesteel's Patchwork Potpourri

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University of North Carolina Press, 1997 - Crafts & Hobbies - 124 pages
For the past fifteen years, Georgia Bonesteel has inspired and instructed legions of aspiring quiltmakers. Creator and host of public television's popular "Lap Quilting with Georgia Bonesteel", she guides her viewers step-by-step through what might otherwise be a daunting process, turning quiltmaking into an enjoyable and satisfying experience.

With this book, Bonesteel makes it even simpler to create beautifully quilted finished products. Her clear, easy-to-follow directions are complemented by precise diagrams, color photographs, and accurate cutting guidelines -- all of which will make Georgia Bonesteel's Patchwork Potpourri a valuable resource for beginning and experienced quitters alike.

The book includes directions for many exciting new quilting projects. The fresh and sophisticated designs enable the reader to create a variety of attractive items, from a holiday-inspired woolen wreath to a unique Greek shepherd's coat. Bonesteel also offers a wealth of useful information for crafters, including tips on choosing materials, using the latest tools, and saving time. Blending classic and innovative techniques, Bonesteel makes it easy and enjoyable to learn the art of quilting.

A collection of creative ideas, tips, patterns, and inspirations gathered over twenty-five years of quilting

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About the author (1997)

Bonesteel teaches, lectures and makes quilts.

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