What’s all the buzz about Thimbleberries quilts? One look through the pages of this book and you’ll discover why everybody loves Lynette Jensen’s projects. Wide variety of projects–pick from 25 wall to bed-size quilts and decorative accessories for the home
From back cover: Discover the charm of this popular stitching technique with SIMPLY APPLIQUE. Here is a fresh look at applique and fifteen projects that are delightfully easy to do. All the techniques are explained and illustrated.
This book contains beautiful quilting patterns using piecing & applique.
“Patterns to applique realistic and recognizable songbirds. Use all the patterns on a full-sized quilt or use individually. Lists for tools and supplies are provided. Patterns adapt to your favorite applique technique or follow authors instructions for peel-and-stick templates”–Provided by
Each exercise in this excellent instructional book encourages playful exploration that will broaden any needleworker’s stitching horizons. The twelve sequential lessons provide for two unique Fancy Sampler Quilts that contain fifty different blocks. All techniques needed to replicate them are
Savor the richness and beauty of wool appliqué—its texture, depth, color, and design. Well-known, award-winning folk artist Rebekah L. Smith will ignite your passion for Americana home decor with her simple and elegant designs. Hand stitch 14 folk-art projects, each
This 54 page book includes complete appliqué instructions with Debra’s signature NO REVERSING, NO TRACING raw edge method. There are 26 easy to make appliqué animals and a full gallery of ideas. The pattern included goes together quick and easy
Applique in a Day (Quilt Block Party), Series 6, with 12 pattern inserts
In response to quilters’ demand, this book assembles the most acclaimed block and border patterns gleaned from the author’s previously published and out-of-print collections, now available in a stunning volume that includes four brand-new Baltimore-style beauties. Thoroughly indexed for finding
Have you ever wanted to create a quilt from a favorite photograph but didn’t know how to begin? Capturing realistic details in fabric seems an elusive art, but Charlotte shows how to portray images in quilts using a layering technique