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Inspired by Tradition: 50 Applique Blocks in 5 Sizes

by Kay Mackenzie
     
 

Quilters can't get enough of Kay Mackenzie's appliqué designs. In this elegant follow-up to Easy Appliqué Blocks, she presents 50 all-new designs with traditional appeal, such as Whig Rose, Pineapple, and Fleur-de-lis. The bonus CD features each block in five sizes, from 6" to 12". No need to enlarge--just print the size you need.

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Quilters can't get enough of Kay Mackenzie's appliqué designs. In this elegant follow-up to Easy Appliqué Blocks, she presents 50 all-new designs with traditional appeal, such as Whig Rose, Pineapple, and Fleur-de-lis. The bonus CD features each block in five sizes, from 6" to 12". No need to enlarge--just print the size you need.

  • See a color photo of each block design stitched in fabric, plus a line drawing for tracing
  • Find all designs on the CD both regular and reversed for hand or fusible appliqué
  • Discover Kay's tips for enjoyable hand and fusible machine appliqué

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781604680225
Publisher:
Martingale & Company
Publication date:
03/07/2011
Pages:
63
Sales rank:
782,596
Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.30(d)

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Meet the Author

While living in central Ohio as a newlywed, Kay took one class and became an instant quilter. She was an appliqué enthusiast from the get-go!

A few years later, fortune took the Mackenzies to Santa Cruz, California, where Kay now lives with her husband of more than two decades, science journalist Dana Mackenzie.

Classes in digital media at the local college introduced Kay to computer illustration, and again it was love at first try. Appliqué design and computer drawing--what a great combo platter! Combine them with a writerly bent and, according to Kay, you've got the best job in the world!

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