Modern Log Cabin Quilting
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Modern Log Cabin Quilting : 25 Simple Quilt and Patchwork Projects for Sewers

By (author) Susan Beal

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This title gives this traditional quilting technique a contemporary sensibility, with 25 projects. It includes a wonderful choice for first-time quilters as well as for seasoned quilters looking to experiment with design and colour. It provides a visual delight of colour and inspiration with beautiful photography and clear illustrations throughout. "Modern Log Cabin Quilting" gives this traditional quilting technique a contemporary sensibility. As one of the easiest, most versatile (and budget-friendly) quilting techniques, log cabin quilting is a wonderful choice for first-time quilters as well as for seasoned quilters looking to experiment with design and colour. Indie craft designer and author Susan Beal shows how a traditional log cabin quilt block can be used to make a range of appealing and fun-yet-practical quilts, bags, gifts and home accessories. This title features 25 simple projects, including a favourite T-shirt quilt, a pretty patchwork apron, an anniversary quilt and a roomy market tote. Susan explains how to further personalise these projects with optional touches of embroidery, hand-dye, or applique. Showcasing a kaleidoscope of bold prints and fabric combinations, "Modern Log Cabin Quilting" is a visual delight of colour and inspiration with beautiful photography and clear illustrations.

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  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 216 x 252 x 18mm | 598.74g
  • 31 Mar 2011
  • Random House USA Inc
  • Potter Craft
  • New York
  • English
  • full colour throughout, 50 illustrations, 60 photographs
  • 030758657X
  • 9780307586575
  • 39,347

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Susan Beal is the author of Bead Simple (9781561589531) and Button It Up. She also writes for craft magazines and websites. She has been also featured in and contributed to many other books and was featured in the film Handmade Nation. You can find more of her work at www.susanbeal.com or visit her blog at westcoastcrafty.com.

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