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FWMI10042 David & Charles

How to Create an Heirloom Quilt

by David & Charles
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    • Nine beautiful panels form each section of the quilt, and at the end of each chapter you can hone your skills by creating a variety of projects, from cushions and bags to a Christmas stocking and album cover

    • About the Author: Pauline Ineson is a teacher and designer of courses for creative sewing machine techniques
    • Her heirloom quilt won two first prizes at Quilts UK and an honourable mention at Houston International Quilt Festival in 2008
    • How to Create an Heirloom Quilt: Learn Over 30 Machine Techniques to Build a Beautiful Quilt
      Learn how to create the stunning heirloom quilt that has been picking up prizes around the world, while learning more than 30 sewing machine techniques in the process
    • Pauline lives in Bewdley, Worcestershire, UK.
    • Whether you want to learn new techniques or brush up on your quilting skills, the comprehensive step-by-step technique advice and invaluable tips and tricks will help you along the way
    • Stylish photography and easy-to-follow layouts complete the package, making this book essential for anyone who wants sophisticated results from straightforward machine techniques

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  • ISBN 10:715335251
    ISBN 13:9780715335253

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  • Book Pages:128
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    FWMI10042

  • MPN

    9780715335253

  • MANUFACTURER

    David and Charles

  • EAN CODE

    9780715335253

  • CONDITION

    NEW

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