The Thimbleberries Guide for Weekend Quilters: 25 Great-looking Quilts for the Busy Quiltmaker

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Rodale Press, 1999 - Crafts & Hobbies - 214 pages
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In this beautifully illustrated primer, Lynette Jensen offers 25 projects -- all created exclusively for this book. Jensen draws on more than 20 years of experience in quiltmaking, interior decorating, and fabric design, to share her know-how of the easiest quiltmaking methods. Sprinkled throughout are real-life portraits of contemporary quilters with interesting professions, and strategies for how each one fits quiltmaking time into her busy schedule!

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User Review  - lauriehere - LibraryThing

Thimbleberries Quilt books are always beautiful and collector's items. This is a gorgeous book of quilts, bed quilts, wallhangings, table runners, placemats, and more. This book is full of just ... Read full review


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Book came in on time and great condition Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Lynette Jensen published her first quilt pattern in 1988. There are now over 50 patterns in the Thimbleberries line, and Lynette is the author of 22 books about quiltmaking. Lynette designs the popular Thimbleberries fabric line, consisting of cotton calicos, flannels, and woven plaids, for RJR Fashion Fabrics. She teaches and lectures at quilt shops and guilds in the U.S. and internationally, and her work is featured in major quilting publications and television shows. Lynette lives in Hutchinson, Minnesota.

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