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Double Vision Quilts

Author : Louisa L. Smith
ISBN : 1617451231
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 34. 60 MB
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Learn how to turn squares and rectangles into circles and ovals with no curved piecing--it's easy! Take an artistic journey with 11 mind-bending quilts that fool the eye with innovative layering, playful patterns, and delightful color choices. The best-selling author of Strips 'n Curves shares three simple construction methods for endless possibilities. With something for every type of quilter, this opulent collection will inspire you to see your fabrics in a whole new light.

Making Quilts With Kathy Doughty Of Material Obsession

Author : Kathy Doughty
ISBN : 9781607059486
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 70. 27 MB
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Stating that each quilt is but a starting point for a new quilt, this joyful book Making Quilts with Kathy Doughty of Material Obsession showcases 21 patterns inspired by the intense colors of Australia and invites you to recreate them in your own voice. Author Kathy Doughty encourages you to discover what appeals to you in each quilt. To help you define your own style, each quilt pattern is outlined by three exploratory tip regarding concept, technique, and fabric choices. Simply follow the easy guidelines and let your instincts make your choices.

Adding Layers Color Design Imagination

Author : Kathy Doughty
ISBN : 9781607058489
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 29. 14 MB
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Adding Layers—Color, Design, & Design, by Kathy Doughty of Material Obsession, is your illustrated guide to developing an artful understanding of your quilting process. In its 15 original projects, you'll be inspired to experiment with textiles, tools, and techniques to create vibrant quilts. As you add these new “layers” of complexity into your designs, you'll discover added interest and depth in your quilting experience.

Amy Butler S Piece Keeping

Author : Amy Butler
ISBN : 9781452139326
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 84. 94 MB
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In this project-based sewing book, Amy Butler teaches what she does best: sewing, quilting, and pattern making. From lampshades to pillows, quilts to statement jewelry, Piece Keeping is the perfect go-to for the crafty. With clear sections on traditional sewing themes, tools, and methods, this book will appeal to Amy's core fans as well as those simply drawn to beautiful fabrics and DIY projects. The 20 inspiring projects include dozens of how-to diagrams, plus 9 downloadable patterns. Piece Keeping is both a practical guide and a source for stylish home décor and fashion inspiration, brimming throughout with Amy's unique color sense and eye-catching textile designs.

Kaffe Fassett S Quilts In Italy

Author : Kaffe Fassett
ISBN : 1631867083
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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In Kaffe Fassett's Quilts in Italy, Kaffe and his team--Liza Prior-Lucy, Brandon Mably, Corienne Kramer, Sally Davis, Judy Baldwin, and Julie Stockler--have put together a great range of quilt designs in striking color combinations including both classic and contemporary blocks. From the zinging triangles and squares of Tussy Mussy in strong pinks and eye-catching reds to the purple and black shadow boxes of Red Squares to the traditional, softly colored blue-and-white Cloudy Skies, there is a quilt for every taste and level of skill. Photographed on location by Debbie Patterson and art directed and styled by Kaffee himself, the quilts glow out against the backddrop of the cluster of hill towns (known as Cinqueterre) with lusciously painted houses on the shores of the Italian Mediterranean. Kaffe Fassett's Quilts in Italy, a show-stopping feast of color, gives quilters full practical information on cutting out and stitching each quilt, along with its templates and provides a practical know-how section on basic patchworking systems. The fabrics in his current collection are designed by himself, Philip Jacobs, and Brandon Mably. As always, Kaffe and Philip opt for eye-catching, coloring designs in bright fabrics. Combined with Brandon's simpler, graphic patterns these offer the ideal range for quilt makers.

Old Quilts New Life

Author : Sarah Fielke
ISBN : 1782492399
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 48. 41 MB
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Featuring 18 stunning quilts designed by Sarah Fielke--from the striking Liberty Belle log cabin quilt to the peaceful Ebb and Flow medallion quilt--inspired by quilts from the American Folk Art Museum. Old Quilts, New Life features 20 stunning quilts designed by passionate quilter, author, and designer, Sarah Fielke. Sarah has selected 10 beautiful quilts from The American Folk Art Museum and created two designs inspired by each quilt--the first, a sympathetic interpretation of the original piece and the second, a more contemporary creation. Old Quilts, New Life showcases these stunning quilts--each one accompanied by step-by-step instructions so you can create them at home. The book takes you through the history of the quilting tradition and explores the techniques and styles employed by quilters over the centuries. From the beautiful simplicity of an Amish quilt to a striking, graphic Text quilt, there is a quilt here to suit all skill levels and styles.

Quilt Local

Author : Heather Jones
ISBN : 1617691763
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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For Heather Jones, inspiration can be anywhere. For her debut book, Quilt Local, she designed a collection of 20 quilts, each inspired by objects and places close to home--country roads, cityscapes, street signs--the landscape of her existence. Then, in a fascinating exercise in color theory and design play, she reworked each one in a second palette to show what a striking difference just a few basic changes can make. Pattern by pattern, Jones takes readers behind the scenes of her process, sharing photographs of her sources of inspiration, sketchbook pages, and the finished quilts. In addition, she offers an accessible lesson in color theory as it applies to quiltmaking.

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