Sunday Best Quilts (Available June 3rd)

by Corey Yoder, Sherri L. McConnell
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Releasing on 06/02/2019

Every quilter has a bucket list: extraordinary quilts they dream of making someday. Now two stars of the quilting world share the "Sunday best" quilts they've always wanted to create! Together the authors chose six different themes--star, scrappy, red-and-white, Christmas, pineapple, and Courthouse Steps quilts--and then challenged one another to each design a quilt in her own signature style. The result is a dozen spectacular quilts, along with personality-packed Q&As and commentary from both designers--plus a fun and easy way for quilters to cross off the quilts on their bucket lists!

by Corey Yoder, Sherri L. McConnell
8.375" x 10.875"
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full color, softcover
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Publication Date:
June 3rd, 2019
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This title accepted for returns only in resale condition

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Corey Yoder

Corey Yoder grew up in and still resides in a small Amish community in Ohio. She comes from a line of quilters and has been surrounded by quilts and fabric her entire life. She began designing quilts in 2010, and her work has since been featured in many quilting magazines and books. She is a designer for Moda Fabrics and the owner of a quilt-pattern business, Coriander Quilts. The comment she hears most about her fabric designs is, "Your fabrics make me feel happy." She wholeheartedly embraces the idea that quilts and fabric should always bring joy and spread love.

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Sherri L. McConnell

With the help of her grandmother, Sherri McConnell made her very first quilt and then became a quilter almost overnight. She started making small hand-quilted projects to give to family and friends. She bought quilt books and pored over the lovely pages for inspiration. Over the years she found more and more time to sew and made quilts of all sizes. She discovered quilting blogs and met the most wonderful people who love quilting as much as she does. She is thankful for her family members who have always encouraged and supported her and for the quilting community that she knows online and in real life.

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