9781782214762

The Encyclopedia of Quilting & Patchwork Techniques A comprehensive visual guide to traditional and contemporary techniques

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  • ISBN13:

    9781782214762

  • ISBN10:

    1782214763

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 12/13/2016
  • Publisher: Search Press

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Summary

This comprehensive guide to traditional and contemporary techniques provides the reader with all the information they need to produce beautiful quilting and patchwork projects. For beginners, there is how-to-start advice and step-by-step photographs, diagrams and instructions to guide them through each stage of their work, and for more experienced quilters there are advanced techniques that they can dip into for help with a particular problem. For the busy but creative quilter, a section on rotary cutting and speed piecing shows how to achieve satisfying results in no time. The book ends with a gallery of stunning items that will inspire the reader to create amazing patchwork and quilting projects of their own, whatever their ability.

Author Biography

Katharine Guerrier has been making quilts and embroideries since 1980. She was trained at the Camberwell School of Art in London and worked for some years as a teacher. Further courses in textiles followed, including studying design and embroidery at Loughborough College of Art.

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