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Posted November 2, 2009
Easy instructions and embroidery for great pillows
There are lots of great things about PILLOW TALK. It is spiral bound so the pages lay open without having to weight them down or break the binding by pushing too far. It comes with a CD that is full of embroidery designs such as flowers leaves, snowflakes and a complete alphabet. And, of course, there are the projects, sixteen in all.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Don't forget - there are also recipes too. I mean who can quilt and embroidery without food? Yes, one of them is about chocolate.
The Basic Techniques section talks about continuous bias, making welting and how to put in a zipper. The method shown is so easy I can't wait to try it.
The pillow patterns come in all shapes - rectangular, square, a flower with petals, hearts, neck rolls and even a poinsettia. The embroidery designs used to accent the pillows are ones that you will be able to use over and over again. Instructions are easy to read and follow with a materials list, how to cut the material and lots of large, clear graphics showing you the steps.
If you want to give pillows as Christmas gifts or if your bedroom or living rooms needs a few new accents, PILLOW TALK will walk you right through the process.
Posted April 21, 2010
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