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Whimsies and Whynots: A Playful Approach to Quiltmaking

Whimsies and Whynots: A Playful Approach to Quiltmaking

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by Mary Lou Weidman, Brian Metz (Illustrator), Melissa Lowe (Editor)

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Although the author doesn't say so, one suspects that she doesn't spend a lot of time watching the tube. She is having too much fun creating those funny, inspiring, offbeat quilts commonly referred to as "folk art." This book is primarily a gallery of her own distinctive quilts and the stories behind them. It also provides gentle guidelinesshe calls them "quilt recipes"for developing a theme for your quilt, choosing colors and materials, and embellishing the finished quilt. Warmly recommended for textile collections.

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Martingale & Company
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8.41(w) x 10.88(h) x 0.28(d)

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Whimsies and Whynots: A Playful Approach to Quiltmaking 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an absolutely wonderful book to help yourself to become more creative. It makes you think of all sorts of things that could be done to tell a story of your own in a quilt. It give you permission , some how, to really try new things.