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English Paper Piecing II
     

English Paper Piecing II

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by Vicki Bellino
 

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In this follow-up to her best-selling book English Paper Piecing, Vicki Bellino presents a collection of enticing new designs for quilters of all ages and skill levels.

  • Expand your repertoire with a variety of shapes and add English paper piecing to quilts, table runners, and more
  • Choose from 11 eye-catching items ranging from a tote and

Overview

In this follow-up to her best-selling book English Paper Piecing, Vicki Bellino presents a collection of enticing new designs for quilters of all ages and skill levels.

  • Expand your repertoire with a variety of shapes and add English paper piecing to quilts, table runners, and more
  • Choose from 11 eye-catching items ranging from a tote and sewing-machine cover to wall and lap quilts
  • Create relatively simple projects as well as more challenging designs

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781604683660
Publisher:
Martingale & Company
Publication date:
05/06/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
64
Sales rank:
1,019,215
File size:
23 MB
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Meet the Author

Vicki learned to quilt in 1986 and hasn't stopped since! She was introduced to English paper piecing over six years ago and instantly became enamored with the technique. She is also the owner of a pattern-design company, Bloom Creek.

Vicki and her husband, Danté, make their home in far northern California, in a city known for its extreme summer heat as well as beautiful rivers, lakes, and mountains. They enjoy spending their free time in the outdoors and with their four beautiful granddaughters.

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English Paper Piecing II 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
BarbaraLyn More than 1 year ago
I have yet to find English Paper Piecing something I enjoy. I know many of my friends like it and talk about how they do it. This book explains how so even I can follow it. Now all I have to do it learn to like it. Pages 5 – 13 explain how to do this type of piecing and also cover quilting basics. There are 11 projects from a tote to lap quilts and various sized items in between. The pattern the author calls Little Dresden Plate is not what I think of when I think of that pattern. To me, Dresden Plate is made from a “chopped off” long, narrow triangle. This pattern is made from circles. The patterns begin with a paragraph about the item and then a photo of it. The next thing given is the size, followed by the material and cutting lists. Written instructions contain graphics and any templates needed at full size. There are no suggestions given on how to quilt the items. There is a short bio about the author. If you like English Paper Piecing, this is a great book to have in your library.