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From the PublisherIn every craft, project books have the most appeal, but references provide a different level of information with more depth. In this pocket-size guide, quilter and teacher Cameron-Dick (Invisible Machine Appliqué) explores the basic supplies that appear in most quilters’ stashes, going into more detail than most how-to books. Each section focuses on a different supply or notion—thread, sewing machine, batting—and explores that topic thoroughly, guiding readers to a deeper understanding of the various components that make up a quilt. Though the organization is straightforward and the book is surprisingly readable for a reference work, the lack of an index is disappointing. VERDICT Though there’s material here that all quilters will appreciate, beginners are likely to benefit most from this volume.
--Library Journal; 10/15/13