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Lots of Quilting Books!

Categories: NON-HS Miscellaneous
Date Posted: 09/22/2006
Ad Number: 6020

Grade Level: No Grade Level
Description:

I have several Quilting books for sale. Shipping is free if you buy
2 or more! Titles include:

Heartland Quilts-Rescued Treasures from the Midwest:
Rescuing antique quilt tops is a way of life for Lila Lee Jones. You
will enjoy reading about how she discovers and completes her found
treasures while making your own version of these great designs by
our quilting ancestors. All admirers of antique quilts will want to
own this fabulous new book. Retail is $15.00, asking $7.50.

Creative Patchwork Quilts:
Sixteen exciting patchwork quilts to sew. Retail is $15.00, asking
$7.50.

Americana Quilts:
Celebrate the American spirit with bestselling author Sandy Bonsib.
If you love her primitive look, you'll love this collection of
simple-to-stitch quilts!
• Create ten projects with flags, stars and stripes, and patriotic
cats and dogs.

• Learn how to choose fabrics in Sandy's folk art–inspired color
palettes.

• Discover Sandy's fun ideas for achieving a distinctive folk-art
look.
Retail is $23.00, asking $11.50.

Magical Four-Patch and Nine-Patch Quilts:
Create dazzling quilts with simple blocks!

Noted fiber artist Yvonne Porcella turns her talents to the most
basic quilt block patterns, Four-Patches and Nine-Patches, and she
will turn your world upside down! Join her on the journey to
creating your own innovative quilts.

10 incredible quilting projects
Quilts are constructed using simple strip piecing and foundation
piecing.
Yvonne's "Magical Numbering System" makes choosing fabrics
practically painless.
Suggestions for personalizing your work to make it yours alone.
Retail is $15.00, asking $7.50.

Come Listen to My Quilts-Playful Projects, Mix and Match Designs:
Make quilts the fun, colorful folk-art way! Now needlecrafters can
cultivate the creative side of appliqué and quilting with
inspiration from master folk artist Kristina Becker, whose playful
portrayals of cats, birds, and other neighborhood friends help quilt
lovers craft their own stories in cloth-using their imagination as a
starting point! Here are six whimsical appliqué projects suitable
for the novice yet challenging enough for the seasoned quilter. Step
by step, readers will discover how to personalize basic pattern
pieces and layouts to create incredible, one-of-a-kind quilts. Plus,
a fabulous gallery of 16 colorful folk-art quilts warms the heart,
tickles the funnybone, and inspires the creativity of every craft
lover! Retail is $18.00, asking $9.00.

Quilts for Guys-15 Fun Projects for your Favorite Fella:
Fun quilts for both big & little guys!

A quilt is the perfect gift for that special guy in your life,
whether he's your husband, son, or dad, whether he's young or old.
He needs a quilt-and you need the perfect pattern. Here's a great
collection of easy-to-intermediate level projects from quilting's
top designers. One of these quilts is sure to win the heart of your
favorite guy!

15 projects featuring themes such as cars, sports, sailing, fishing,
and travel.
Designers Jean Wells, Carol Armstrong, Wendy Hill, and others have
created irresistible designs for both pieced and appliqued quilts
Learn how to make creative use of specialty materials like novelty
prints, men's ties, old blue jeans, and hand-painted fabric.
Retail is $20.00, asking $10.00.

Do-It-Yourself Framed Quilts-Fast, Fun, & Easy Projects:
If you want to make small quilted items for yourself or for
gifts...if you've ever paid too much for framing ... this is the
book for you! Renowned quilt artist and teacher Gai Perry walks you
through the process of framing your own quilts and other small
projects, plus teaches you how to make colorful, dynamic quilts to
fill your frames.

9 lovely small quilts with full instructions to get you started.
All the knowledge you need to frame small quilts, blocks and similar
projects like an expert.
Use affordable, ready-made frames or assemble your own from framing
strips, readily available at craft shops.
Learn Gai's 3 tips for quilting success.
Create the perfect gift, or decorate your home like a pro!
Retail is $20.00, asking $10.00.

Celebrate! With Little Quilts-The Patchwork Place:
Choose from 15 new Little Quilt designs, plus little pillows and
signs. Step-by-step directions are included for both rotary and
template cutting, and for machine and hand piecing.
Experiment with Little Rugs. A little lesson on hooking with three
Little Rug patterns is an additional treat.

Learn Little Quilts' secret formula for selecting fabrics. These
Little Quilts designs will tempt quiltmakers of all skill levels.
Retail is $23.00, asking $11.50.

Singer Sewing Reference Library-Embelished Quilted Projects:
Reliable, trustworthy, and containing a variety of challenging
projects, the Singer Reference Library series continues to present
books that will easily attract the home sewer, dressmaker, quilter,
and embroiderer. The instructions are exacting and detailed;
photographic illustrations show hands at work marking fabric,
gluing, ironing, using rulers and rotary cutters, and sewing
manually and by machine. Those interested in using beads, organza
overlays, buttons, charms, metallic thread, and silk ribbon
embroidery will find quite a lot of inspiration here. The book is
useful for beginners, though there is much to challenge any
ambitious needleworker. Retail is $17.00, asking $8.50.

Classic Quilts-The Quilters Workshop:
Re-create the charm of traditional quilts, using template free,
quick piecing methods. Classic Quilts includes complete instructions
for making fourteen fabulour quilts. Retail is $15.00, asking $7.50.

Creative Friendship Quilts:
So much of quiltmaking is about sharing. Patterns are shared, ideas
dicussed and new projects reviewed. More importantly, the fabric of
our lives is shared, making us aware of common threads.

Friendship quilts provide a lasting memory of those shared times,
and a link with the quiltmakers of the past whose quilts are a
treasured reminder of friends left behind.

Creative Friendship Quilts provides an insight into the history of
friendship quilts, together with easy to follow instructions for
making a number of traditional friendship quilts.
Retail is $15.00, asking $7.50.

Quick Method Liberty Quilts:
This all American parade of patchwork is pieced in shades of red,
white, and blue using the best of today's timesaving methods. You'll
use the latest tools and techniques to quickly and accurately piece
your own heirloom projects and you'll even discover ways to simplify
templates and appliques! Whether you've just begun to quilt or
you've been at it for years, you'll be delighted by a spectacular
array of designs. Each flag-waving quilt and wall hanging is rated
by skill level, so you'll know exactly which projects are right for
you. There's also a battery of smaller, fast to stitch items such as
pillows, window treatments, decorated clothing, and a table runner.
Retail is $20.00, asking $10.00.

Fabric Fun for Kids-The Quilters Workshop:
Delight in the creativity and imagination of children as you turn
the pages of this book and discover 24 simple projects to make. No
special skills or equipment are required. Not even a sewing machine.
Retail is $15.00, asking $7.50.


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