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Log Cabin: Rediscovered by Machine
     

Log Cabin: Rediscovered by Machine

by Brenda Brayfield, Barbara Smith
 
The Log Cabin is the number one selling quilt in America. This highly favored design becomes easier and more accurate with innovative machine methods called 'on-top' or 'top-pressed' piecing. Lines on the foundation are fabric placement lines, not stitching lines, and the block is sewn with the fabric on top and the foundation underneath - no more guessing alignment

Overview

The Log Cabin is the number one selling quilt in America. This highly favored design becomes easier and more accurate with innovative machine methods called 'on-top' or 'top-pressed' piecing. Lines on the foundation are fabric placement lines, not stitching lines, and the block is sewn with the fabric on top and the foundation underneath - no more guessing alignment and no more holding a block to the light. In this book you'll find a dozen beautiful, traditional Log Cabin quilt patterns, such as Country Roads and Cobblestones, along with delightfully innovative designs like Victorian Topiary and From This Day Forward, a charming wedding quilt.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781574327632
Publisher:
American Quilter's Society
Publication date:
06/01/2001
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

"Log Cabin: Rediscovered by Machine" is Brenda's first book about quiltmaking. She has been making and showing quilts since she took her first class in 1993 and teaches quilting in local workshops. Brenda Brayfield was born in Northern Ireland and immigrated with her parents to Vancouver, British Columbia as a young child. She now lives in Surrey with her husband, Roger.

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