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French Braid Obsession: New Ideas for the Imaginative Quilter
     

French Braid Obsession: New Ideas for the Imaginative Quilter

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by Jane Hardy Miller
 

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New Ways to Indulge Your Passion for French Braid Quilts. 8 all-new projects feature lots of spectacular new ways to French braid your quilts. New shapes and sizes: wallhangings, table runners, multi-sided table toppers, and Christmas tree skirts. New ways to use French braids: borders, variable-width and star-shapes, or with appliqué and variegated fabrics.

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New Ways to Indulge Your Passion for French Braid Quilts. 8 all-new projects feature lots of spectacular new ways to French braid your quilts. New shapes and sizes: wallhangings, table runners, multi-sided table toppers, and Christmas tree skirts. New ways to use French braids: borders, variable-width and star-shapes, or with appliqué and variegated fabrics. Spectacular new color palettes with big, bold prints. Take your French braid quilts in dramatic new directions with this sequel to the bestselling French Braid Quilts. You'll love the new shapes and sizes, new techniques, and bold new colors. You'll also love what hasn't changed-the fast strip piecing and crystal-clear instructions that have made French braid quilts a favorite style for thousands of quilters.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781607050919
Publisher:
C & T Publishing
Publication date:
11/05/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
64
Sales rank:
816,688
File size:
9 MB

Meet the Author

Jane Hardy Miller was born and raised in California, where she eventually attended college and law school. Her mother, a home economics teacher, taught her to sew by hand and machine, beginning at age five. Jane made her first quilt in 1968, and for the next ten years, she made about one per year, inventing techniques as she went along. She practiced law briefly in Hawaii and California before moving to Miami in 1979, where she married, had two children, and finally took a beginning quilting class. She has been working and teaching in a local quilt shop since 1987.

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French Braid Obsession: New Ideas for the Imaginative Quilter 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
All text. Few illustrations. Few projects. Not inspiring.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What? It was all heartpaw and shadowstar!!!