My Enchanted Garden: Applique' Quilts In Cotton and Wool
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My Enchanted Garden: Applique' Quilts In Cotton and Wool

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by Gretchen Gibbons
     
 

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Stitch the award-winning main quilt plus eight more home-decor projects--several of which echo it's eye-catching design--for a total of nine unique creations. Enjoy cotton and wool applique.

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Stitch the award-winning main quilt plus eight more home-decor projects--several of which echo it's eye-catching design--for a total of nine unique creations. Enjoy cotton and wool applique.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781604682519
Publisher:
Martingale & Company
Publication date:
02/04/2014
Pages:
96
Sales rank:
1,009,691
Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 10.60(h) x 0.40(d)

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Meet the Author

Gretchen Gibbons began quilting in 1984, and she's been passionate about quiltmaking ever since. She is the owner of Celebration of Life Designs, a pattern company. In 2008, her "Pennies from Heaven" quilt was selected for the juried Country Living Classics exhibit sponsored by the International Quilt Festival and Country Living magazine. In 2010, her "My Enchanted Garden" quilt won first place in the embellishments category in the Pennsylvania National Quilt Extravaganza and was selected to compete in the 2011 AQS Quilt Show. Her quilts have been featured in Easy Quilts and Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks, volume 6.

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My Enchanted Garden: Applique' Quilts In Cotton and Wool 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
BarbaraLyn More than 1 year ago
Nine blocks to make up a quilt and seven other projects are all done in applique with wool and cotton fabric and embellishments. The center of the quilt is a Tree of Life. All the projects say &ldquo;quilt&rdquo; but with the sizes given &ndash; 24&rdquo; square, 22&rdquo; square and 18&rdquo; x 41&rdquo;, --- I don&rsquo;t think of them as quilts but table runners, wall hangings or pillows. There is even a purse project. A nine page basics section provides information on how to work with wool, how to applique and embroidery tips. The patterns for the nine quilt blocks follow. Each begins Each pattern has a blurb about it and continues with a cutting and fabric list. The only graphics in the written instructions section is the template which needs to be enlarged. The projects have the same information as the nine blocks and its only graphics are the exploded assembly one. I don&rsquo;t like working with wool but I could substitute felt wool for this. My daughter-in-law loves Tree of Life so I will make that block and do a wall hanging for her. The purse pattern will be nice for my granddaughters for Christmas. There are lots of possibilities with these blocks/projects. Go get an enlarged template or two and have fun with all the things you can make.