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Create challenging pieced patterns with the ease of machine appliqué! No more set-in seams! No more curved piecing! No more losing tiny triangle points in seam allowances! Ann and Joyce share their love of traditional blocks and quilts and simple straight piecing. Their easy-to-do satin-stitch machine appliqué mimics intricate piecing without the cutting and sewing through clever placement of basic shapes such as squares and triangles. In addition to explaining this oh-so-simple method perfect for beginners, these sisters show an alternate size and colorway for each of the 11 projects and a gallery of seven more quilts to stimulate your own adaptations of their technique. Patterns and templates make recreating their quilts a snap and designing your own projects super simple. Forget bulky seams, bulging curves, and lopped-off points. You can have precision in your most sophisticated pieced tops, create complex-looking blocks in a snap, and your friends will all say, 'I can't believe it's not piecing!'
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Award-winning quilters separately and together, these sisters have been making quilts since 1983. They began teaching regionally and nationally shortly thereafter. From their homes in Utah, they have co-authored two books (Sisters and Quilts: Threads That Bind, Possibilities, 1992; and Color Magic for Quilters, Rodale Press, 1997) in addition to magazine articles.
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Book Description American Quilter's Society, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1574326694
Book Description American Quilter's Society, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX1574326694
Book Description American Quilter's Society, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111574326694