Quilting the New Classics

Quilting the New Classics

20 Inspired Quilt Projects: Traditional to Modern Designs

Book - 2014
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"All quilters draw inspiration from the past. But how do today's artisans put their personal stamp on classic patterns? Twenty influential quilters from across the stylistic spectrum--including Jacquie Gering, Darlene Zimmerman, Allison Aller, and Victoria Findlay Wolfe--present their unique creative vision of timeless designs. Each pattern, from bear paw to flying geese to log cabin, comes with step-by-step instructions for two adaptations, one traditional, the other modern"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Sixth&Spring Books, [2014]
ISBN: 9781936096800
Characteristics: 160 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm


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Dec 08, 2017

Delightful all-in-one book for all stages of sewing ability. Offers photos of vintage patterns in traditional colors, then shows a modern made quilt with updated colors and pattern style alterations. A good choice for a getting a variety multiple quilts from one resource. Includes yo-yo, crazy, and hexies too!


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