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Quilted Projects with Wool and Wool Felt Paperback – 7 Aug 2014
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From the Back Cover
Even if you've never quilted before, you'll get delightful results with wool and wool felt applique. This friendly book will teach you everything you need to know to start on a memorable quilting adventure! These adorable, simple-to-sew projects are small and come together quickly. Supporting layout diagrams and templates are provided at actual size, and can be used directly from the book. No photocopying or resizing necessary! Step-by-step instructions for each project direct you to a matching layout diagram. Use this diagram for reference, or assemble your cut applique pieces right on the page. Templates are printed on one side of the page only, so you can snip them out with no worries about ruining the other side. What you'll learn inside: - Tools needed to applique and quilt - Hints for choosing successful color combinations - Fabrics appropriate for backgrounds and appliques - Piecing and pressing tips for precisely matched seams - Techniques for the basic applique stitch and blanket stitch - How to do beautiful quilting stitches - How to cut, fold, and sew binding to finish the edges of your project"
About the Author
Beth Oberholtzer is a graphic designer, illustrator and photographer from Lancaster, Pa. The daughter of a Lancaster County farmer whose Mennonite ancestors crossed the Atlantic in 1727, Beth greatly admires Pennsylvania German handcrafts, vintage textiles, and works of art and utility made from repurposed materials. Although she has designed hundreds of books, this is the second she has coauthored.