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- Publisher: MURDOCH BOOKS
- Format: Paperback | 216 pages
- Dimensions: 224mm x 266mm x 20mm | 939g
- Publication date: 1 May 2011
- Publication City/Country: Millers Point
- ISBN 10: 1741967600
- ISBN 13: 9781741967609
- Sales rank: 13,205
A practical, explanatory guide to ten quilting techniques from renowned expert Sarah Fielke.
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Sarah Fielke is a quilter, teacher, designer and author. She has co-authored two hugely successful quilt books - Material Obsession: Contemporary Quilt Designs, and Material Obsession Two: Shared Inspiration. In these books, which have been published in four languages, she inspires quilters to be more creative, find their own style and step outside their comfort zone. Sarah publishes patterns for magazines around the world, including Down Under Quilts, Quilters Companion, Quilting Arts, Quilters Newsletter and Quiltmania magazine. She appears regularly in quilting features in international home magazines and is the creative editor of www.sewn.net.au, a website for all things sewn. You can find her at her popular blog, www.thelastpiece.net.
By Dana 19 May 2011
It is not often you come across a quilt book where you are inspired to do every pattern in the book ! This is one of them. A delightful, fresh book from best seller Sarah Fielke. The photography is beautiful, the use of modern fabrics is inspirational and the patterns unique. The small dolly quilts are fun and a great way to learn new techniques but I want to get into the larger projects to really challenge myself. If there is only one quilt book you buy this year, give yourself a little treat and by this one.