Every quilter has a "Sunday Best" list: those special quilts they dream of making someday.
Elevate your wool appliqu Learn from the authors and their fellow folk artist friends as they collaborate on creative handwork projects, from wallhangings and pillows to sewing room accessories. Get a taste of embroidery, rug hooking, punch needle, yarn sewing, quilting, cross stitch, and dimensional wool as you stitch sixteen projects in the American folk-art style.
Create perfectly-pieced 3" quilt blocks in a variety of themes - from hearts and flowers to airplanes and birthday cakes. Secure them inside your Carol Doak's Keepsake Frame Cards for gift-giving and artistic display. These blocks are also perfect to mix and match for making table linens, wall quilts, and other small projects.
This volume uses the most current research to provide a controversial, yet informative examination of the role of quilts in the era of slavery and emancipation. It includes nine projects and 20 block patterns that represent the history of slavery, inspired by stories of the 'Underground Railroad'.
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.
Stitch 'em up, pile 'em high, and enjoy These sweet little pillows are irresistibly fun to stitch Thirty petite bowl fillers are a snap to make with Debbie's easy wool-applique techniques, embroidery stitches, and finishing steps.
Learn how to embroider all the components of a country garden and then use this knowledge to create six exciting projects to keep.
Think beyond the quilt Sew classic blocks into beautiful quilts; then feature the same block (often in a different size) in a variety of pretty accents and accessories.
Kanthas, embroidered fabrics traditionally created by the women of northern India and Bangladesh, capture culture, history, and stitching creativity in their layers of repurposed old cloth. This book reveals the beauty in kantha's simplicity--it is based on simple running stitch--and offers step-by-step instructions that enable today's textile artists to enjoy it.