Worth Doing Twice

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Details the renovation and reconstruction of old quilt tops, dating from the 1870s to the 1940s. Readers will learn where to find old tops and how to repair, stitch, and finish them. Before and after photos and step-by-step instructions guide the reader through the process of finishing or mending a quilt. Also includes accurate patterns and instructions for creating 20 quilts.

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Authors Morris and Muir, both experienced lecturers, teachers, and quilt judges, are on a mission to salvage old and funky orphan quilt tops--those unquilted tops that would be relegated to the scrap ... Read full review


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