Elm Creek Quilts: Quilt Projects Inspired by the Elm Creek Quilts Novels

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C&T Publishing Inc, 2002 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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A guide to creating quilts inspired by Jennifer Chiaverini's Elm Creek novels. There are 12 quilt projects inspired by all four novels, ranging from Sarah's Sampler and the Elm Creek Medallion to Sylvia's Broken Star. Each quilt tells a story of its own and there are designs for all skill levels.
 

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Review: Elm Creek Quilts: Quilt Projects Inspired by the Elm Creek Novels

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This book is essentially a pattern book with quilt patterns from the first four books in the Elm Creek Quilts series. It was great to see pictures of the quilts and how they shaped up to the pictures I had in my head after reading the books. Read full review

Review: Elm Creek Quilts: Quilt Projects Inspired by the Elm Creek Novels

User Review  - Gab - Goodreads

This book is essentially a pattern book with quilt patterns from the first four books in the Elm Creek Quilts series. It was great to see pictures of the quilts and how they shaped up to the pictures I had in my head after reading the books. Read full review

Contents

The Quilters Apprentice
12
SARAS SAMPLER
13
From Round Robin
28
Elm Creek Medallion
29
SYLVIAS BROKEN STAR
36
ANDREWS STAR IN THE WINDOW
42
WHEN HE MAKES DINNER
46
THE CROSSCOUNTRY QUILTERS
52
THE RUNAWAY QUILT
68
The Runaway Quilt
69
BIRDS IN THE AIR
72
GERDAS LOG CABIN
76
JOANNAS PUMPKINS POMEGRANATES
80
UNDERGROUND RAILROAD QUILT
87
QUILTING 101
90
IndexResources
95

CROSSCOUNTRY CHALLENGE
53
VINNIES DOUBLE PINWHEEL
62
About the Authors
96

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About the author (2002)

Jennifer Chiaverini is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and the University of Chicago. She used to be a writing instructor at Penn State University and Edgewood College. She is the author of the Elm Creek Quilts series and four volumes of quilt patterns inspired by her novels. She is also the designer of the Elm Creek Quilts fabric lines from Red Rooster Fabrics. Among her most recent works, is the New York Times bestselling novel, Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker.

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