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Posted May 8, 2013
I have yet to meet a book written by Kim Diehl that I haven¿t li
I have yet to meet a book written by Kim Diehl that I haven’t liked. This book is no exception to that. Baskets, Churn Dash and flowers and berries are a few of the themes of these blocks. But that is not all, each pattern has a recipe to go with it and it is made to cook while you sew. What could be better? (I know, someone to cook and clean for you!)Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
A Baker’s Dozen of quilts and recipes will keep you feed and sewing for many weeks to come. The projects start out with a paragraph about the quilted item and is followed by the material and cutting lists. These are clearly written and easy to follow.
A colored photo with the finished quilt and block size and who designed, pieced, appliqued and quilted the item comes next. Plenty of graphics are strewn throughout the written directions. Templates, if needed, are provided at full size.
The recipes are highlighted in a colored box and vary from slow cooker to baking in an oven. They are simple, filling comfort foods and I can’t wait to try several of them. The authors have just added one more reason to buy their books --- good food as well as wonderful quilting projects.