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Based on a favorite song from the author's childhood, the little brown wren who is the star of this quilt is accompanied by an impressive array of feathered friends, wreaths, baskets, fruits, flowers, leaves, and patterns and helps others avoid the 'pitfalls' of quiltmaking while offering helpful hints and suggestions for beginners and advanced quilters alike. She shares with you her insights on hand applique, fabric selections, special techniques, design possibilities, border applique designs, and quilt assembly. Full-size patterns accompany this impressive work.
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Margaret Docherty, who was born in Hartlepool, England, learned to sew as a child. She became interested in quilting in the late 1980s and was greatly influenced by the work and writing of American quilters. Her main interest is in traditional hand applique, but she has experimented with most techniques and styles. She makes time to quilt from her busy schedule as a pediatrician by sewing mostly at night - a legacy from her days as a junior hospital doctor.Review:
Provides fine examples and instructions for both beginner and those well versed in quilting traditions. Packed with applique patterns. -Reviewer's Bookwatch May 2000
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Book Description American Quilter's Society, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB1574327348
Book Description American Quilter's Society. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 1574327348 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.0677155
Book Description American Quilter's Society, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # MB01N03H0N8