Quilt Petite

Author: Sedef Imer
ISBN: 9786059192132
Size: 16,96 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
Read: 327

Learn how to make mini quilts, cushions, table toppers, doll quilts, place mats, potholders and lots more with a wide range of techniques.

Quick Creative Quilting

Author: Jeanne Stauffer
Editor: DRG Wholesale
ISBN: 9781882138517
Size: 20,24 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Read: 212

If you are looking for last minute holiday decorations, something for a child, traditional patterns used in new ways or a quilt to make in a weekend, you will find just what you are looking for in this inspiring book.

Modern Quilt Design Coloring Book 50 Unique Geometric Patterns Waiting For You To Add Your Creative Expression

Author: Petite Pomegranate Journals
Editor: Independently Published
ISBN: 9781794613461
Size: 19,49 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
Read: 995

As modern quilters, we love to experiment with color. In this stylish coloring book, you will find 50 unique modern geometric quilt designs waiting to be filled with your creative design. The patterns range from simple triangle patterns to detailed shape motifs. Each 2 page spread has one blank page and one coloring book page, plus the book includes a few pages of quilting graph paper for you to design your own quilts and a few pages for you to record your color palettes. Adult coloring books are great, not just for expressing your creativity, but also are said to be helpful for relaxation and stress relief. Details 8 1/2 x 11" beautifully designed matte soft cover 50 unique designs modern, minimalist, and geometric quilts extra graph paper for your designs extra pages for color palettes perfect for adults and kids thoughtful gift for quilters Click on our author name above to see our fun collection of cute and colorful journals.

Temecula Quilt Company Quirky Little Quilts

Author: Sheryl Johnson
Editor: Martingale
ISBN: 1604689668
Size: 19,16 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
Read: 913

Mismatched blocks, make-do colors, planned mistakes, and happy surprises--it's all good at Temecula Quilt Company! Inspired by quilts of the nineteenth century, 15 petite patchwork quilts invite you to play with reproduction fabrics in quirky ways. Try wonky layouts, unexpected block pairings, and blends of color where anything goes. The results are instantly endearing--just like the quilts of yesteryear. With Sheryl Johnson's "make-do" philosophy, you can use a scrappy fabric assortment to create charming, stress-free quilts that celebrate one-of-a-kind choices. Patterns are small, cute, and quick to stitch, each with a perfectly imperfect personality all its own. What a liberating way to quilt!

True Blue Quilts

Author: Annette Plog
Editor: C&T Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1617453412
Size: 17,94 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
Read: 114

Turn something old into something new... with all things blue! The blue-and-white quilt is one of the most desired antiques, and many can still be found in good condition. Preserve and honor history with 15 traditional blue-quilt patterns made from reproduction fabrics. Discover the progression of blue quilts through the Civil War years, from the first indigo fabrics to synthetic dyes. Create heirlooms from traditional blocks with this valuable book of pieced quilts for beginners.

The Ultimate Guide To Longarm Machine Quilting

Author: Linda V. Taylor
Editor: C&T Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1607050471
Size: 13,99 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Read: 153

From maintenance to custom designs to advertising, here is everything you need to know about using longarm quilting machines. This indispensable guide from longarm expert Linda V. Taylor answers all of your questions, whether you’re a professional, a beginner, just starting to think about a quilting machine, or wanting to hire a machine quilter to finish your quilt. Learn the basics - how the process works, advice on tools, supplies, and accessories, and a glossary of terms. Complete information on pantograph (all-over) designs, custom quilting, and freehand techniques. An overview of the business of longarm machine quilting for both the proprietor and the consumer. 38 pages of original pantograph patterns, plus a quilt project and a gallery of beautiful quilts.

Zakka Home

Author: Sedef Imer
ISBN: 9786059192385
Size: 15,19 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
Read: 607

Zakka is a Japanese design aesthetic that combines usefulness with beauty and style. in this book, Sedef Imer has created a collection of simple, pretty, and handy projects inspired by the art of zakka to help organize and beautify your home. Suitable for all level of sewists, you will be inspired by these fun and easy-to-sew projects that will brighten and adorn your home.

Petite Pizzazz

Author: Barb Griffin
Editor: Chilton Book Co
ISBN: 9780801979927
Size: 10,99 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
Read: 948

Demonstrates quilting, applique, and sewing techniques, and provides directions for making jumpsuits, caps, bibs, receiving blankets, bunting, booties, rompers, tabards, jumpers, sundresses, overalls, T-shirts, and sweaters

A Prairie Journey

Author: Kathleen Tracy
Editor: That Patchwork Place
ISBN: 9781604689365
Size: 17,73 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Inspired by yesterday's traditional blocks and today's reproduction fabrics, the author of the best-selling Small and Scrappy returns to share more petite quilts with ties to the past. Thirteen designs whisk readers back to an era when the time-honored quilt blocks today''s quilters love were just making their debut. Stitch projects with names such as Wagon Wheels, Crossing the Prairie, and Aunt Sarah's Scrap Baskets, or make a Tree of Life friendship quilt featuring blocks autographed by family members. Vintage photos and the words of pioneer women from the mid-nineteenth century, a time when quilting offered a welcome respite from the hardships of moving westward, are sprinkled throughout.

Lilly S Wedding Quilt

Author: Kelly Long
Editor: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 1401685609
Size: 19,68 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
Read: 150

Handsome, headstrong Jacob offers Lilly his hand in marriage, but his heart belongs to someone else. While Lilly Lapp has loved Jacob for years, she wouldn't compete with Sarah King, the woman Jacob was determined to marry. But when Sarah marries another, Jacob spontaneously agrees to wed Lilly. Lilly divides her time between teaching the local Amish children and caring for her widowed mother who suffers from depression. Lilly's faith comforts her, but her heart still longs to be the sole object of Jacob's affection. As the days slip by, Lilly decides that hoping is too risky and vows to protect her heart. But God is subtly as work, and as winter turns to spring, their hearts awaken. The furthest thing from Lilly's mind is her Amish wedding quilt, a traditional gift for new brides. And the person she'd least suspect is the one making it. Like stray pieces of fabric quilted into a new design, Jacob and Lilly's marriage begins to bind them together in ways neither expected.