9781617452864

Allie Aller's Stained Glass Quilts Reimagined

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  • ISBN13:

    9781617452864

  • ISBN10:

    1617452866

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2017-04-04
  • Publisher: C & T Pub

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Author Biography

Allie Aller has been a fiber girl all her life. Ever since she was a design student in college, she has been exploring many genres in quilting. She lives in a lovely rural area of Washington.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Chapter One: Design Sources and Strategies
How to find, enlarge, and transfer designs to suit your needs
A small stained glass project, from start to finish
Chapter Two: Glass and Leading: Supplies and Approaches
Fabrics, tools, and notions to use
Couching, appliquéd ribbon, and iron-on leading
Chapter Three: Glass and leading techniques, with practice exercises
Detailed explanations and practice sessions lead you through the three techniques
How to set up your workspace for best results
Gallery
Chapter Four: Workflow and Good Habits
Project One: Windy Sunshine; a summer throw
Project Two: Leaf Vine; a bed quilt
Project Three: Mondrian's Window; a couch quilt
Project Four: Window for Frank; an improvisational couch quilt
Project Five: Welcome Wreath; a wool and cotton wallhanging
Project Six: Tiffany's Peacock; a classic stained glass wallhanging
Conclusion
Resources
About the Author

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