Oh Sew Easy(R) Pillows: 29 Projects for Stylish Living

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C&T Publishing Inc, Nov 5, 2010 - Crafts & Hobbies - 64 pages
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Pile On The Pillows for Easy Accents in No Time Flat! High-style home accents anyone can make! Update your home décor in an instant. Dramatic, whimsical, cozy, or elegant - create the look you love using a variety of fabrics, buttons, and trims. Build your sewing skills with clear, step-by-step illustrations. Popular mother-daughter design team Jean and Valori Wells present a collection of easy pillows for first-time and experienced sewers alike. Fuss-free construction gives high-style results with techniques like fabric medallions, strip-pieced panels, simple ruffles and flanges, and patchwork. Try cotton, silk, wool and more for variety. Fun "recipe card" format puts all the information you need at your fingertips!
 

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Oh So Easy Pillows

User Review  - flukie50 - Overstock.com

The book had a colorful front, inside I was not impressed with designs, I could have written this book with my creative ideas. Read full review

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Jean Wells is a professional quiltmaker, author, teacher, lecturer, and shop owner. When she opened her quilt shop in 1974, it was one of the first in America. She is the founder of the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show and was inducted into the Quilters Hall of Fame in 2010. Being a teacher at heart, she has taught and lectured quilting nationally and internationally for more than three decades and has taught business classes to fellow business owners. She has received numerous awards: The Michael Kile Award for Lifetime Achievement, Business and Citizen of the Year award in Sisters, and the Imagination Award for the 2000 Millennium Quilt Contest. This award-winning quilter has exhibited in many solo shows as well as in group shows. She is now the Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA) co-representative for Oregon. She and her husband, John, live in Sisters, Oregon; they have two children and five grandchildren. Jean enjoys gardening, hiking, making art quilts, and her view of the mountains.

Valori Wells is a graduate of Pacific Northwest College of Art where she majored in photography. Her love of nature is the mainstay of her creativity. Valori co-authored two previous books, Through the Garden Gate and Everything Flowers, with her mother, Jean Wells. She has also appeared on HGTV's "Simply Quilts." Valori lives in Sisters, Oregon.

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