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Link to the 30s: Making the Quilts We Didn't Inherit

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  • Posted June 3, 2010

    Excellent Book for Vintage Quilt Making

    This is by far one of the best book I have ever purchased for making vintage 30's quilts. The color photos and diagrams make it easy to follow when constructing a quilt. The patterns are different from others I have seen in 30's style quilt books.
    This book is not for Beginners. It is for Intermediate to Advanced. Worth every penny!

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  • Posted September 7, 2009

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    Wonderful patterns for the 30's lover

    Nine quilts that your great grandmother made such as Double Windmill and Jeweled Wedding Ring are found in this book. It begins with 15 pages of quilting basics like rotary cutting and machine piecing.

    Each pattern begins with a blurb about the quilt pattern and continues with the name and finished size of the quilt. A material and cutting list follow, along with a full page color photo. The instructions continue with directions on appliqué or piecing. Large, clear graphics help to explain the written word.

    Any templates needed are provided at full size. Suggestions on how to finish the quilt complete the pattern. There are even quilting designs given but some of them need to be enlarged before use. Tips are scattered throughout the book and can be found in colored blocks with a patterned border. There is a full page bio on each of the authors.

    Like the feel of the 30's? If so, this book will guide you through making quilts to give as gifts or for use in your own home.

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