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Title:
Scrap quilts : the art of making do
Author:
Horton, Roberta.
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Publication Information:
Lafayette, Calif. : C & T Publishing, 1998.
Physical Description:
143 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781571200471

9781571200693
Format :
Book

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Central Library TT835 .H627 1998 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area-Oversize
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Summary

Important Note about PRINT ON DEMAND Editions: You are purchasing a print on demand edition of this book. This book is printed individually on uncoated (non-glossy) paper with the best quality printers available. The printing quality of this copy will vary from the original offset printing edition and may look more saturated. The information presented in this version is the same as the latest edition. Any pattern pullouts have been separated and presented as single pages. If the pullout patterns are missing, please contact c&t publishing.


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Library Journal Review

Horton dedicates this book to all those individuals who have said to me, I cant do that, Im a traditional quiltmaker. Over the years, she has amassed a remarkable collection of scrap quilts. Here she uses 65 pieces from her collection to illustrate effective ways to work with different fabric categories (textured fabric, printed motifs, plaids) and colors in designing quilts from fabric scraps. While she discusses such familiar topics as the use of color and choosing fabrics, she also emphasizes topics not widely covered elsewhere, such as free-form piecing and cutting paper patterns for appliqus based on drawings. Neither a pattern collection nor a how-to book, this is a guide to using fabric scraps in novel and creative ways. Highly recommended for quilting collections. [BOMC/ Crafters Choice alternate selection.] (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


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