Quilter's Home - Fall

by Lois Krushina Fletcher
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EB537

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Bursts of colorful leaves, crowded pumpkin patches, hot apple pie fresh from the oven-bring autumn to life in simple quilted projects! Create a coordinated look with a gorgeous sampler quilt that supplies the designs for a range of matching home-decor accents.

  • Ten projects include a sampler quilt, wall hangings, a pillow sham, and a table runner.
  • Easy paper piecing and fusible applique techniques make construction a breeze.
  • Stitch up an entirely new decor that's easy on time--complete many smaller projects in a day or less!
  • Even if you're new to quilting, you can fill your home with the colors and fabrics of fall.

Author:
by Lois Krushina Fletcher
Size:
8.5" x 11" printed on your home computer
Format Description:
full color, PDF digital download
Pages:
96
Product Code:
EB537
ISBN:
1564774139
Publication Date:
April 8th, 2002
Return Info:
eBook PDF purchases are non-returnable. Please contact customer service for more information.

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Lois Krushina Fletcher

Lois Krushina Fletcher is a self-taught quilter who began quilting in 1990. After discovering that machine quilting was the answer to her lack of space because it required no frame, she began quilting in earnest. It quickly replaced her numerous other hobbies, becoming her passion and, eventually, her career. In 2000 she resigned from her full-time job with a major corporation to begin her own pattern-design company, Peace By Piece Designs. Since then, she has also published four books.

Lois has spent most of her life in the South, but an unexpected move in 2002 brought her to the small village of Ashton in northern Illinois. It is there that she now resides with her husband, four cats, and one dog. She has two grown sons, Michael and Matthew, who both still live in Texas. Although her move from her beloved Texas was not in her plans, she is enjoying her new life in the Midwest. She and her husband live in a home from 1914 that they are presently renovating. The third-floor walk-up attic will eventually become her studio, and with more than 600 square feet of space to work in, promises to be extremely comfortable. She has already warned her husband that she may never come down!


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