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Whip Up Mini Quilts: Patterns and How-to for 26 Contemporary Small Quilts [NOOK Book]

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Kathreen Ricketson, founder of the internationally popular Web site WhipUp.net, presents 20 contemporary quilts from across the globe in this charming, easy-to-follow guide. From the lovely English Garden Quilt to the playful Road Transport Pillow, the projects collected in Whip Up Mini Quilts cover all sorts of themes and looks. With plenty of step-by-step instructions and helpful how-to illustrations, this book showcases an artful approach to design basics while outlining the ...
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Whip Up Mini Quilts: Patterns and How-to for 26 Contemporary Small Quilts

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Overview

Kathreen Ricketson, founder of the internationally popular Web site WhipUp.net, presents 20 contemporary quilts from across the globe in this charming, easy-to-follow guide. From the lovely English Garden Quilt to the playful Road Transport Pillow, the projects collected in Whip Up Mini Quilts cover all sorts of themes and looks. With plenty of step-by-step instructions and helpful how-to illustrations, this book showcases an artful approach to design basics while outlining the fundamentals of quilting techniques
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780811879941
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC
  • Publication date: 7/1/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 47,048
  • File size: 7 MB

Meet the Author

Kathreen Ricketson is founder of WhipUp.net, which receives over 10,000 unique visitors daily. She has been featured on popular craft blogs such as Design*Sponge and Craftzine. She lives in Canberra, Australia, with her family.

Leigh Beisch is a San Francisco-based photographer.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2014

    This should be stopped

    This space is supposed to be used for posting a book review, not an advice column for kids looking for a boyfriend!! Good grief!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2014

    Grace

    Romance books are alays like that!- where everyone finds true love. Because, it would likely be boring if the person you're pursueing as a partner in life finds someone else, and the you just give up and live life a hermit. Just remember that those books aren't real. About finding The One- don't give up! You're a little young to date- l can't until l'm 17. And that's not uncommon, feeling lost. Keep looking! You've got plenty of time. And, who knows? Maybe one of the boys you like secretly likes you back- but doesn't know you like him, and is therefore too shy to talk to you! Good luck! <br>
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    -Grace

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2014

    To Claire

    OMG! My name is Clare and that same sh<_>it happenes to me. Everyone around me has a boyfriend or someone to love and spend time with but im like the unwanted trash. I read all these lovey dovey novels and all of it never happenes to me. I feel like crying sometimes. But some of my friends who dont have boyfriends always tell me that. Its fun to hang out with single people because then no one rubs the fact that they have a boyfriend in my face. But i know theres someone out there for u who feels the same way and is trying to find u right now. Dont give up i know theres a right guy for u out there. Just stick ur head high dont look low and walk proudly.- Clare, 12 years old.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2014

    If You Can, Reply;

    Hello, my name is Claire. <p> I read a lot of romance books(such as Eleanor and Park, Twilight, etc) and always wondee if my love life could be like their's. And it annoys me really, the sharp reality, where everyone seems to find someone, and I, noone. It's like, every crush I have had, none of them like me back. Only the guys I don't find attractive like me. Well, I want to know why. Why? Why does it seem like I'm the only human being going through this, where as my brother and friends have boyfriends/girlfriends? Am I an exception? No. I may be pretty(or at least a little bit) but no guy even seems to return those feelings. I feel like giving up on love, but in a way, I feel like I shouldn't; like there is someone out there for me. But how can I be so sure? If you could answer these questions, I would be eternally greatful. Thank you for reading. <p> ~Claire; 15 year old girl

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2014

    Help me between guys

    Theres 2 guys i like theyre names r Matt and Scott i cant chose etween them they both like me Matt has some autism hes 15 or 16 i forget honestly ive know him for at least a year he ls not the brightest but hes really sweet and kind but sometimes he doesnt seem to care what i sas a im not really phiycaly attrached to him he knows my past and alot about me and i know he would never use me like i useally am treated as for Scott we met a few weeks ago he listening to everythig i saw and is very repectfull of my feelings hes very protective and would always be there for me he has the look in his eyes that says he cares i feel kinda phiycaly attracted tobhim but i dont know him very well but i asked people about him they said hes a good guy and will always be there for u please take a vote here on who do i chose im so lost i dont know what to do put Matt or Scott please

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2014

    S. Here-

    I have the same exact problem. I had one boyfriend so far, but I only went out with him because I felt sorry for him- plus, he was short, mean, and unattractive. What was I thinking? We only lasted around a week. People even teased me for it, saying, "Eww! You're going out with Alex?" And in my head, I was like, yeah. He is the only guy who ever freaking liked me.<p>
    All of the guys I like don't even do a double take at me. None of them even glance my way. It's like I have leprosy or something. My mom tells me, 'Oh honey, You're pretty. Guys like you." All. The. Time. And I'm having a dance this year, and I wish wholeheartedly someone I like will ask me to come to dance with them. But I have decided, to be liked, I must like myself. I've been struggling with depression, food, and the like, and I've been drowning myself in self-hate. Just be your best self, find your own sense of style, project your personality, be positive overall, and I bet, somewhere along the lines, he will see you. [A guy, of course.]<p>
    - S, Age Fourteen And a Half

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2012

    Weedclaw

    I am in need of a clan and want to join. I am great at leaping. I am a tom and looking for a mate. I am orange with big blue eyes.

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