Traditional Quilts with Painless Borders

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That Patchwork Place, 1997 - Crafts & Hobbies - 79 pages
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Create beautiful borders that promise to be stress-free! Learn about diagonal settings and basic piecing methods, then adjust the designs to suit your own projects. Includes: -- Easy-to-follow instructions for creating Painless Borders from pieced, diagonally set central design blocks-- Quick techniques for constructing borders with quick-pieced squares, rectangles, or triangles-- Step-by-step directions for 10 traditional quilts that feature Painless Borders

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The author and editor, respectively, of Kids Can Quilt (LJ 8/97), Eikmeier and particularly Schneider have numerous quilting books to their credit, and their expertise shows here. They present an ... Read full review


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About the author (1997)

Sally Schneider is a food writer and stylist whose work has appeared in "Vogue Elle, Saveur, Self, Working Woman", and "Health" magazines, as well as the "Los Angeles Times" and "The New York Times". A professional chef for six years, she was a contributing editor to "Food & Wine" and the author of the monthly "Well-Being" column. Her first cookbook, "The Art of Low-Calorie Cooking", won a James Beard award in 1991. An article for "Saveur" won her a second James Beard award in 1995. "A New Way to Cook" is the culmination of ten years of research. She lives in New York City.

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