Here Comes Spring - Fresh and Fun Quilted Projects for Your Home

by Shelley Wicks, Jeanne Large
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B1344

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Welcome spring with country-cute quilted projects featuring the simple piecing and chunky, whimsical applique of best-selling authors Jeanne Large and Shelley Wicks of The Quilt Patch. Cultivate your senses with sensational projects that add the perfect seasonal touch to your home--yet don't take a season to make. Cozy, light, and so very right for spring!

  • Projects include throws, table runners, tote bags, a wall hanging, a pillow, and more to decorate your home for spring or give as gifts
  • Applique doesn't have to be difficult or time consuming--discover how fusible-applique techniques and easy machine stitching make it a breeze
  • Create stunning quilts with fat quarters and fat eighths in your favorite springtime hues


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Author:
by Shelley Wicks, Jeanne Large
Size:
8.375" x 10.875"
Format Description:
full color, softcover
Pages:
96
Product Code:
B1344
ISBN:
9781604687231
Publication Date:
February 2nd, 2016
Return Info:
This title accepted for returns only in resale condition
I Love the colors. I especially like the one with the bird house and boots. They are so spring like. Would really like to cuddle up with any of them on a rainy day with a good craft book.
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Shelley Wicks

Shelley has been quilting for well over 20 years, having started when "quilting wasn't cool!" Both her grandmothers quilted in different styles and each passed on her knowledge and love of quilting. Shelley lives in beautiful Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada. When she's not busy designing, quilting, working at The Quilt Patch, or walking a trade show, she enjoys shopping, home decorating, reading, and if there's still time left over, working in her yard.

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Jeanne Large

Jeanne learned to sew as a young girl from her mom and her Auntie Alice. She grew up sewing garments for herself, and then moved on to sewing for her five children, often creating something original and unique. Quilting was a natural progression from garment sewing and continues to fill a need to create. Time to spend on other hobbies, such as basket weaving and woodworking, is becoming rarer as the number of grandchildren grows and work commitments increase. However, there is always time to sew.

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