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Flower Dance

# 19348
Hallye Bone has planted a garden in fabric on her vibrant quilt, Flower Dance. With her 10 steps to No-fail Appliqué and 30 flower patterns, you can do all of them or just pick a few. Embroidery enhances this appliqué. By following Hallye’s steps you’ll learn how to master leaf points, put personality into each flower, embellish with embroidery, perfect circular appliqué shapes, make speedy stems, and use the blind-hem appliqué stitch. Additional projects include charming aprons, pillowcases, a table runner, a shopping tote, and a redwork throw. Hallye teaches and lectures about quilts, and repairs and appraises quilted heirlooms.
Price: $26.95
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Simply Charming

# 19350
Scraps - we all have those bits and pieces left over from other quilting projects. Put them to use in these little patchwork quilts reminiscent of bygone days. You don’t need a lot of fabric to create these tiny treasures. Using her overflowing scrap bag, quilt designer Tara Lynn Darr has created 20 classic projects inspired by patterns of the past. From simple one-patch and nine-patch blocks to dazzling stars and pieced basket blocks, she shows you how to make the most of your leftovers. All the projects can be made with 5” charm squares or smaller. Tara also shares her time-tested tips for working on small quilts.
Price: $26.95
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Happy Birthday Kansas

# 19351
Just in time for the 2011 Kansas Sesquicentennial, quilt artist Linda Frost presents a 14-block sampler that celebrates the wonders and quirks of her native Kansas. The blocks represent familiar themes for any fan of the prairie – wind, wheat, tornadoes, road signs that make you feel like you’re on the road to nowhere... Linda’s designs convey a sense of the pioneer spirit along with the good natured humor that is part of life in the Midwest.
Price: $22.95
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Vol 28 No 8

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Vol 28 No 9

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Vol 11 No 4

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Vol 11 No 2

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Homespun Volume 89

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Vol 28 No 5

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Cafe Au Lait

# 19224
Try a new twist on a traditional pattern. Edie recreates the Rocky Road to Kansas with a fresh look: a new color palette and paper piecing. Enjoy her clear, easy to follow instructions to make two variations of this classic: one large, one smaller. Paper patterns and fabric requirements using fat quarters are included.
Price: $12.95
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From the Bedroom to the Barnyard

# 19223
Imagine that moment on a small country road when you round that curve, and there ahead is a barn framed by blue skies, punctuated with the deep colors and the perfect geometry of a giant quilt block on its front. Like a crimson dawn rising over green pasture, it’ll cause you to say, “Oooo, ahhh!” The barn-quilt movement is spreading across the country as rural communities in state after state – 27 so far – create “barn trails” to showcase the perfect combination of farm life and quilting. This book celebrates the trend with a nine-block sampler quilt featuring some of our favorite barns. You’ll find patterns such as “Corn and Beans,” “Hovering Hawks,” “Railroad Crossing” and “Variable Star.” Plus easy-to-follow instructions to create your own quilt. Also included: profiles on the histories of each barn, and a vast resource list to help you track down the nearest “barn trail.”
Price: $15.95
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Cottage Charm

# 19220
The author of Geese in the Rose Garden, quilt designer Dawn Heese, is back with six garden-fresh projects that are sure to warm your home. With her traditional yet whimsical approach to applique, she blends old and new in three romantic quilts inspired by vintage heirloom treasures and classic block designs. Awash in butterflies, tulips, bunnies and blooms, they are a fresh twist on patterns of the past. Dawn has also created three charming cross stitch projects - including a sampler and a pinkeep - designed to complement each of the quilts. You'll also find her handy tips for needleturn applique, mitered borders and scalloped borders.
Price: $22.95
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Across the Wide Missouri

# 18256
"Lonesome miner wants wife to share stake and prospects. Please respond to Louis Dreibelbis in Grass Valley, California. –San Franciso Magazine, April 12, 1873" So reads the ad 22-year-old Eleanor Berry of Gilroy, California, responded to in a respected literary journal. Little did Eleanor know that Mr. Dreibelbis wasn’t who he said he was. This is just one of 12 stories honoring the courageous women who left their mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers behind to go West. Their stories are sometimes tragic and sometimes funny. Even though they never knew one another, they had one thing in common - uncommon courage. The featured quilt of the book - the Star's 2010 block-of-the-month project - is offered in two different colorways - Jan's version and Edie's version. Also, as you delve into the book, you’ll find quick and easy projects honoring the pioneer spirit. The church was the community gathering place for families on the frontier and Jan reminds us of that with her Church Bells in the Snow wall hanging. The 9-block Gone Fishing quilt reflects the importance of nature’s offerings for the hardy pioneers who made their way West. Whether you make the featured quilt, your favorite block or one of the projects, you will be reminded of the incredible pioneer spirit and bravery shown by the intrepid women who stepped into the unknown and made history .
Price: $24.95
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Vol 28 No 4

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Vol 28 No 3

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286 Items.  Showing Items 91 thru 105.
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