Wool Appliqué Folk Art Traditional Projects Inspired by 19th-Century American Life

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2015-07-07
  • Publisher: C&T Publishing
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Author Biography

Rebekah L. Smith studied graphic design at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and specializes in wool work, murals, and American folk art. Rebekah and her husband, along with their three daughters, continually work to restore an 1838 house in Ohio. rebekahlsmith.com

Table of Contents

1. Welcome to Wool
Find, Felt, Dye
2. Snipping and Stitching
3. Rug: Shades of Earth
4. Purse: Her Lady's Pocket
5. Pillows: Creatures of Habit
6. Bag: Birds Out of the Bag
7. Table topper: Where the Heart Is
8. Sewing caddy: For Needles and Thread
9. Quilt: Wooly Window
10. Sewing Caddy Book: Wooly Bindings
11. Table Rug: Flowers at the Table
12. Chair bag: Housing for Papers
13. Table Rug: Tulip Harmony
14. Wallhanging: A Patriot's Rug

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