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Garden Applique

Garden Applique

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Beesley and Boerens . Grow your own quilted garden with 19 projects for your applique skills.

Grow your own quilted garden with 19 projects that will get your applique skills budding! Designs include a garden angel, flower-filled baskets, topiaries, beehives, bunnies, and other favorite elements from the garden.

Published by: Martingale
ISBN: 9781564772923
Number of pages: 126
Year published: 1999

Floral Illusions for Quilters

Floral Illusions for Quilters

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Karen Combs

Over a dozen quilt projects laced with motion, luminosity and secondary designs. A super - easy paper-piecing technique is included.

Published by: American Quilter's Society
ISBN: 9781574328219
Number of pages: 112
Year published: 2003

Urban Country Quilts: 15 Quilts from the Home
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Jeanne Large and Shelley Wicks, authors of the best-selling 'Tis the Season, won many fans with their chunky, funky appliqué projects. Now you'll be thrilled to find quilts and other comforts in the same cozy style for decorating all year long!

•Appealing designs with floral themes are a little bit country with a dash of contemporary flair
•Fifteen simple projects include wall hangings, framed appliqués, lap quilts, assorted pillows, a table topper, and a bed quilt
•Easy fusible appliqué makes for quick work on both cotton and wool projects

Pages: 80
Description: 8 3/8" x 10 7/8", full color, softcover
ISBN: 978-1-60468-068-3
Product Code: B1104

Published by: That Patchwork Place
ISBN: 9781604680683

Ribbon Star Quilts

Ribbon Star Quilts

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Nancy Mahoney

Discover the incredible versatility of the Ribbon Star block - a block of Nancy's own design. Uses strip-happy methods.

Choose from five quilts that feature a traditional-style block enhanced with the illusion of woven ribbons.

Published by: That Patchwork Place
ISBN: 9781564777935

Scandinavian Quilts (Japanese)

Scandinavian Quilts (Japanese)

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25 Scandinavian quilt themed projects that include bags, place mats, tapestry, stuffed animals, ornaments, pen holder, book cover, oen case, pin cushions, table cloth, baskets and more. In Japanese

Meandering Magic

Meandering Magic

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Suzanne R. Earley

It all starts with a meander! Meandering Magic is a freehand design idea book for any machine quilter. Designs were originally created on a longarm quilting machine, but can be adapted for use on shortarm and midarm quilting machines.

Ideas for using this technique by quilters using a domestic sewing machine to quilt are also included.

The book has many full-page drawings, color photos, and step-by-step instructions on how to apply Suzanne’s ideas to your quilts.

Designs are based on a large meander that becomes the spine for many different kinds of embellishments.

Published by: Salt Creek Quilt

Thimbleberries Pattern Party

Thimbleberries Pattern Party

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Lynette Jensen

Welcome to Pattern Party - the best party of the year! 12 months of quilting and party treats to celebrate the seasons, month by month, with quilts, fabrics, gardens and yummy recipes.

This book features a coordinating fabric collection by Thimbleberries, 20 prints in all. This book shows you how to make four beautiful quilt projects (one for every season: Love Me Tender 56" square; Little Garden 58" square; Twin Peaks 36" x 64"; andChristmas Kaleidoscope 52" square).

It has four bonus projects (one more for every season: Blossoms Go Round 42" diameter; Summer Splash 20" x 66"; Star Checkerboard 42" square; and Holiday Table Mat 42" x 91"). It also includes a stitchery wall quilt composed of 12 simple monthly designs. 24 fun party treats (a delicious dessert & beverage for each month of the year). Instructions for all projects are contained in this gorgeous full color pattern book.

Thimbleberries Fabrics

Published by: Thimbleberries
ISBN: B006ACAJ8A
Number of pages: 80
Year published: 2011

Sewing At The Manor

Sewing At The Manor

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Canny Keepsakes

Sewing at the Manor has seven quilting and sewing projects, achievable for all abilities. These include a mini quilt, topsy turvey doll, bed runner and cameo cushion. Beautifully photographed on location. It has the now renowned anecdotes, rhymes and comedic columns anticipated in the Canny Keepsakes Books. Full size templates make the projects easy and convenient.

Published by: 6d. Memories
ISBN: 9780956601445
Number of pages: 16
Year published: 2014

Quilts of the Golden West: Mining the history of the gold and silver rush

Quilts of the Golden West: Mining the history of the gold and silver rush

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Cindy Brick

Join Cindy Brick as she brings our American Golden West to life: in stories and in quilts.

Explore the rich history of the rush for gold and silver wealth in our western states during the 1800s. Cindy profiles nine brave and daring heroines of the era - Belle Starr, Molly Brown, Baby Doe Tabor, and more.

Ten quilt patterns are included so you can recreate your own period piece. Some quilts are designed in the heroines' honor: one version featuring color portraits of each, as well as a redwork version.

You'll also find an extensive quilting instruction section, with tips covering everything from washing - or not washing - fabric to the importance of ironing. Cindy adds details about fabrics and colors used in the period, clothing, and so much more!

Cindy's experience with teaching, judging, appraising and writing combine to make this a rich, lovely resource for recreating historical quilts.

Published by: Kansas City Star Books
ISBN: 9781935362142
Number of pages: 128
Year published: 2009

Patchwork Among Friends: From patterns to potlucks.
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Patchwork Among Friends: From patterns to potlucks.

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10 patterns, 12 potluck supper recipes, color throughout. Making quilts has long been a social activity. Whether it is quilting bees or project classes or show and tell at the guild meeting, quilters have always gathered in the company of friends to learn, to accomplish, or simply to share the joy of a beautiful quilt done well.


It's always better among friends

For all the many ways people are instantly connected today, from Smartphones to satellite dishes, it's amazing how many still feel a certain disconnect from their neighbors and from the institutions that used to bind us all. Patchwork Among Friends recognizes this basic need quilters have for human contact, and it offers ideas for how to effect that: everything from classes (with or without a teacher), setting parties, varying kinds of exchanges, to friendship quilts and quilts for a particular cause, and reveal parties. And all these social opportunites can be improved with the right potluck recipe! It's always better among friends!

•10 original and complete patterns, each in 2 sizes
•alternate colorings and settings
•12 tasty potluck supper recipes
•helpful cutting layouts so you know what to cut from each strip
•complete pressing instructions and diagrams
•large color photographs, including a detail photo of each quilt
•hundreds of color diagrams
•ideas for quilters' get-togethers
•basic quiltmaking instructions from the most trusted name in quilting




Published by: Crosley-Griffith
Number of pages: 128

Strippin' along: Applique Quilts on a Roll

Strippin' along: Applique Quilts on a Roll

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Donna Kinsey

Add an applique twist to quilts made from 2 1/2" fabric strips. Use a 'Jelly Roll' collection of pre-cut strips and then finish your project by adding appliques of beautiful blossoms and birds.

Published by: Design Originals
ISBN: 9781574216226

Strippin' Time: Project of the Month

Strippin' Time: Project of the Month

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Mitchell & Padgett

This book is full of great ideas for; placemats, aprons, table runners, wall hangings and carry-alls. There are nifty projects for every month of the year; your creativity will keep on flowing.

Published by: Design Originals
ISBN: 9781574216219

Eden: The Little Designer Guide
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Nel Whatmore

Little Designer Guide for Nel Whatmore's Eden fabric range from Free Spirit. Inspiration and background on the Eden fabric range with nine projects, complete with templates. Includes the Eden Summer Quilt.

Step by step instructions with photos and illustrations.

Published by: Quail
ISBN: 9780956785152
Number of pages: 66
Year published: 2013

Stylish Sewing

Stylish Sewing

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Laura Wilhelm

A beautiful book, full of designs for home accessories, toys, bags and clothes for all the family that are stylishly feminine, but unmistakeably contemporary. This is an ideal book for the modern home-maker. The gorgeous photographs and pretty designs will make you want to pick up a needle and thread a get sewing straight away, even if you are a complete beginner. There's a huge range of items to choose from, all with a complete list of the materials needed to make them, a clear set of instructions, and patterns and diagrams where needed. Match your own style by simply changing the colours and fabrics - there are endless possibilities for making your home a comfortable and welcoming place for all the
family.

35 projects for making beautiful items for the home in a fresh, feminine, contemporary style Contains instructions for soft
furnishings, bags, toys and clothes for children and adults With full-size patterns, supplied on a fold-out sheet at the back of the book.

Paperback: 112 pages
ISBN 9781844486045
Published by: Search Press

Published by: Search Press
ISBN: 9781844486045

Simply Charming Fun

Simply Charming Fun

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Fish, hearts, rick rack, stars and more fun designs with charm packs!

Published by: Moose on the Porch Quilts
ISBN: 9780979699955

Philena's Friendship Quilt: A Quaker Farewell to Ohio

Philena's Friendship Quilt: A Quaker Farewell to Ohio

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In "Philena's Friendship Quilt: A Quaker Farewell to Ohio", Lynda Salter Chenoweth discovers the story behind a Quaker signature quilt made in Ohio, in 1853. Chenoweth practices what she calls 'fabric archaeology' to reveal not only the identity of the quilt recipient and details of her life and community but also a striking feature of the quilt itself - a hidden design element created by the deliberate placement of names on the quilt's surface. Chenoweth also describes nineteenth-century signature quilts and their appeal to Quaker quiltmakers.

Signature quilts, also known as friendship quilts, were often given as mementos to mark important community events. Chenoweth shares the methodology used to determine that Philena's quilt was made for Philena Cooper Hambleton, a resident of Butler Township in Columbiana County before she left Ohio to begin a new life in Iowa with her husband and two daughters. Chenoweth devotes the final chapter to the story of Philena's life and that of her immediate family. It follows her from her birth as Philena Evaline Cooper in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, in 1822, until her death in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 1915. The details uncovered from information inscribed on the face of this quilt illustrate the value of quilts as important documents from which history can be recreated and past lives understood. "Philena's Friendship Quilt" is the fourth book in the highly popular "Ohio Quilt Series". The series tells the stories behind the social and historical circumstances that have influenced this unique and enduring American craft.

Published by: Ohio University Press
ISBN: 9780821418581

Flora Botanica - Quilts from the Spencer Museum of Art

Flora Botanica - Quilts from the Spencer Museum of Art

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Barbara Brackman

Quilt historian Barbara Brackman, honorary curator for the Spencer Museum of Art, chose carefully from the museum’s exquisite quilt collection to assemble the quilts for this exhibit, Flora Botanica. On view at the Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas, July 12-October 12, 2008, the exhibit examined sources and symbolism in floral pattern from various perspectives. The selected quilts ranged in age from the late-18th century to the recent past.

This 96 page catalog includes photos of all the quilts included in the exhibit. Also included are five new quilt projects drawn from the old patterns, plus an introduction by Barbara about how many of these quilts found their way into the Spencer collection.

Published by: Kansas City Star
ISBN: 9781935362043
Number of pages: 96

Album Quilts of Ohio's Miami Valley

Album Quilts of Ohio's Miami Valley

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Sue Cummings

Album presentation quilts from 1888 to 1928 from neighbours and relatives resulting in a distinctive regional quilt style. Two dozen never-before-published photographs.


Published by: Ohio University Press
ISBN: 9780821418253
Number of pages: 128
Year published: 2008

Quilts with a Spin

Quilts with a Spin

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Goldsmith and Jenkins

7 new projects from Piece O' Cake Designs. Let tradition inspire your creativity - but never limit it! Up-to-date interpretations of favourite, classic quilt designs.