Fuse And Tell Journal Quilts: Create Your Story in Cloth (PagePerfect NOOK Book)

Fuse And Tell Journal Quilts: Create Your Story in Cloth (PagePerfect NOOK Book)

by Laura Wasilowski
     
 

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From Journal or Sketchbook to Whimsical Art Quilts. Turn your favorite life moments into charming little fused quilts. Get started with 6 complete projects, then make your own one-of-a-kind creations. Put them together fast with easy fusing techniques: no-sew appliqué, no-baste quilting, even no-sew binding! Easy enough for kids to make on their own. Do you keep

Overview

From Journal or Sketchbook to Whimsical Art Quilts. Turn your favorite life moments into charming little fused quilts. Get started with 6 complete projects, then make your own one-of-a-kind creations. Put them together fast with easy fusing techniques: no-sew appliqué, no-baste quilting, even no-sew binding! Easy enough for kids to make on their own. Do you keep a diary or sketchbook? Transform your musings, doodles, and snapshots into these small, fun-to-make journal quilts. They're so easy, it takes just a few hours to go from inspiration to finished quilt. Try Laura's new fusible techniques-bias fusing, cheesecloth, trapunto, even fusible binding. A fun new way to use fast2fuse® Double-Sided Fusible Stiff Interfacing!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781607053040
Publisher:
C & T Publishing
Publication date:
11/05/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
64
File size:
9 MB

Meet the Author

Laura Wasilowski loves fabric. Her first love was a sweet pink gingham fabric selected for a 4-H sewing project. As a college student, she discovered more exotic fabrics. And while she earned a degree in costume design, she found a new thrill - dyeing. For many years Laura created hand-dyed fabrics for garments that she sold in boutiques across the country. It was a friendly neighbor who introduced Laura to her current flame, the art quilt. This latest love is a marriage of fabric, color, and whimsy that she truly enjoys. Laura is married to her colorful husband, Steve. They are the proud parents of Gus and Louise. Laura lives in Elgin, IL, where she hand dyes fabric and thread for her business, Artfabrik.

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