Dahlia Quilts and Projects: Complete Patterns and Instructions

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Good Books, Oct 1, 1995 - Crafts & Hobbies - 98 pages
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You've admired the graceful beauty of the Dahlia quilt, its bold floral outlines and the added dimension of its raised petals. But you can't find the pattern! Now you can make the quilt with the help of Dahlia Quilts and Projects. The book offers full-sized templates and explicit instructions for the traditional quilt pattern, as well as two imaginative variations for quilts-The Dahlia and Tulip, and the Dahlia and Quilted Block. Templates and instructions for making the popular cone border are included, plus other border patterns. Do you want to try a Dahlia project? Dahlia Quilts and Projects has templates and instructions for making a Dahlia quillow, pillow, apron, table runner, hot pad, and a wallhanging. This book is a collection of beautiful, satisfying projects, big and small.

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About the Dahlia Quilt Pattern
Traditional Dahlia Quilt
Dahlia and Tulip Quilt

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About the author (1995)

Cheryl Benner and Rachel T. Pellman together developed the book, Dahlia Quilts and Projects. Their earlier books are the popular Country Quilt Series and Favorite Applique Patterns from the Old Country Store, Volumes 1 through 6. Benner and Pellman also work together to design original fabrics for The Old Country Store (Intercourse, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania), released nationally by Springs Industries.

Pellman is curator of the Peoples Place Quilt Museum in the village of Intercourse. She also designs quilts and quilt kits for her own business and lectures widely about quilts. Pellman lives near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with her husband, Kenneth, and their two sons.

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