The Quilted Home Handbook: A Guide to Developing Your Quilting Skills-Including 15+ Patterns for Items Around Your Home

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Product Details
Price
$34.95  $32.50
Publisher
Paige Tate & Co
Publish Date
Pages
264
Dimensions
7.4 X 10.2 X 1.1 inches | 2.07 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781950968626

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About the Author
Wendy Chow is the founder of the online quilting brand The Weekend Quilter and the author of Urban Quilting. A 20-something Australian native based in New York City, Wendy is a pattern designer with a passion for creating bold, modern, geometric prints inspired by architecture, nature, and interior design. Through her crafting, she hopes to inspire the next generation to carry forward the legacy and the art of quilting.
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"Filled with a variety of stylish projects, helpful guidance and stunning photography throughout, The Quilted Home Handbook is a must-read for any modern quilter. Wendy takes you by the hand every step of the way, offering advice on colour choices and quilting finishes, along with helpful tutorials on quilting and binding. With plenty of patterns to choose from, this book is sure to appeal to anyone wishing to decorate their home with an on-trend, uniquely handmade touch."
-Lorna Slessor, Editor of Love Patchwork & Quilting magazine

"Wendy's designs spark nothing but joy and inspiration, and her new book helps to bring that inspiration to life! Wendy always brings a fresh and modern feel to all that she creates and in her new book, this is no different. From the color inspirations to making it happen and the amazing quilting projects, The Quilted Home Handbook is filled with amazing projects to turn your house into a home."
-Sarah Jones, Content Manager, LoveCrafts

"The illustrations are excellent, as is the glossary. This is a first-rate textbook for beginning quilters."
-Library Journal