My Whimsical Quilt Garden: 20 Bird & Flower Blocks to Appliqu?? from Piece O' Cake Designs (PagePerfect NOOK Book) [NOOK Book]

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Brighten Your Day with Playful New Designs from Piece O' Cake. Use just one block or all twenty to make pretty garden quilts. Have fun with these light-hearted designs. Includes ideas for using these blocks in other ways, such as a smaller twelve-block quilt, a purse, or a table topper. Patterns are great for solids and small prints in any color way. Blocks also look beautiful in bigger sizes and are easy to enlarge. Bring cheery flowers and cute, chirping birds indoors with Piece O' Cake's newest appliqué ...
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My Whimsical Quilt Garden: 20 Bird & Flower Blocks to Appliqu?? from Piece O' Cake Designs (PagePerfect NOOK Book)

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Overview

Brighten Your Day with Playful New Designs from Piece O' Cake. Use just one block or all twenty to make pretty garden quilts. Have fun with these light-hearted designs. Includes ideas for using these blocks in other ways, such as a smaller twelve-block quilt, a purse, or a table topper. Patterns are great for solids and small prints in any color way. Blocks also look beautiful in bigger sizes and are easy to enlarge. Bring cheery flowers and cute, chirping birds indoors with Piece O' Cake's newest appliqué blocks. Mix and match up to twenty blocks to create unlimited quilt variations.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781607051312
  • Publisher: C & T Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/5/2010
  • Series: Pattern Pack
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 16
  • Sales rank: 1,083,056
  • File size: 6 MB

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Becky Goldsmith and Linda Jenkins first met at the Green Country Quilters Guild in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where they both held up their hands and volunteered for jobs at their very first guild meetings. Their friendship grew as they worked together on many guild projects and through a shared love for quilting, and for appliqué in particular. They started Piece O' Cake Designs in 1994, as they were each moving away from Tulsa. Becky and her husband headed for Sherman, Texas, with their two sons. Linda and her husband, Paul, moved first to Pagosa Springs, Colorado, back to Tulsa in 2001, and finally to Grand Junction, Colorado, in 2008. Linda owned and managed a beauty salon before she started quilting. Over the years she developed a fine eye for color as a hair colorist and makeup artist. Becky took a liberal sprinkling of art classes while completing her interior design degree. They think that their varied backgrounds have combined well, making the quilts they design distinctive.

Becky Goldsmith and Linda Jenkins first met at the Green Country Quilters Guild in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where they both held up their hands and volunteered for jobs at their very first guild meetings. Their friendship grew as they worked together on many guild projects and through a shared love for quilting, and for appliqué in particular. They started Piece O' Cake Designs in 1994, as they were each moving away from Tulsa. Becky and her husband headed for Sherman, Texas, with their two sons. Linda and her husband, Paul, moved first to Pagosa Springs, Colorado, back to Tulsa in 2001, and finally to Grand Junction, Colorado, in 2008. Linda owned and managed a beauty salon before she started quilting. Over the years she developed a fine eye for color as a hair colorist and makeup artist. Becky took a liberal sprinkling of art classes while completing her interior design degree. They think that their varied backgrounds have combined well, making the quilts they design distinctive.

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  • Posted March 31, 2010

    Full of fun and whimsy!

    This was such a fun read and project. From beginning to end, this book is full of step-by-step instructions, colorful how-to photos, and helpful hints and tips that will be appreciated by both the novice and the experienced applique quilter. The patterns are darling and leave the reader anxious to get to the design wall. The blocks can be put together or used separately. And if there are others out there like me, who need inspiration, there are lots of ideas for different projects using the assorted patterns. "My Whimsical Quilt Garden" is a great find and a terrific addition to any quilter's library!

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