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Quilting for Joy

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by Barbara Brandeburg
 
Quilt for the joy of it. Popular quilt-designing sisters Barbara and Teri have collaborated again to create an outstanding collection of projects that express their love of quilting. In a beautiful blend of both traditional and trendy fabrics and colors, these projects are full of joyful possibilities.

* Choose from 14 projects using piecing and fusible

Overview

Quilt for the joy of it. Popular quilt-designing sisters Barbara and Teri have collaborated again to create an outstanding collection of projects that express their love of quilting. In a beautiful blend of both traditional and trendy fabrics and colors, these projects are full of joyful possibilities.

* Choose from 14 projects using piecing and fusible appliqué
* With a focus on favorite people and favorite things-family, gardening, friendships, holidays, home, and cooking-there's something for every quilter

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781564778499
Publisher:
Martingale & Company
Publication date:
09/08/2008
Pages:
95
Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.30(d)

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Meet the Author

Barbara Brandeburg has a vivid memory of her first trip to the fabric store with her mother as a young girl. Her heart raced and a passion for fabric and color was born. She has been designing and playing with both in one form or another ever since. In 1994 she launched Cabbage Rose, her pattern company. Barbara has published numerous patterns and books, and she also designs fabric.

Teri Christopherson was five years old when her mother sat her at the sewing machine and began what was to become a lifelong passion. She taught herself to quilt while in college, and a few years later she founded her company, Black Mountain Quilts, and began publishing her original designs. She has published numerous books and quilt patterns, and her original designs have been featured in American Patchwork and Quilting magazine.

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BarbaraLyn More than 1 year ago
Fourteen projects will keep your quilting urges busy for many hours. From pillows to wall hangings to quilts, there are projects of all sizes. And there are pieced and appliqu&#233;s methods of creation. As with most quilt books, a how-to section begins the book just in case you don't know how to do a particular technique or need a refresher on it. Each project has a full color photo of the completed project and descriptive paragraph about the quilting item follows the photo. A materials and cutting list and easy to follow instructions on the completion of the blocks are found next, along with graphics of the steps to help those of us who love visual instructions. Finished size of the project and finished block size are found beneath the next view of the whole project and then the finishing is left up to the individual creator. If any templates are needed, they included and full sized so you don't have to run out to the copy center before you can start! The subject matter of the projects include birds, baskets, yo-yos, flowers, fruit and strip piecing - - something for every taste. By creating your blocks during the day and doing the appliqu&#233; in front of the TV at night, you will have your projects done in a flash!