Urban Country Quilts - 15 Projects for the Home - OUT OF PRINT

by Shelley Wicks, Jeanne Large
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Jeanne Large and Shelley Wicks, authors of the best-selling 'Tis the Season, won many fans with their chunky, funky applique projects. Now you'll be thrilled to find quilts and other comforts in the same cozy style for decorating all year long!

  • Appealing designs with floral themes are a little bit country with a dash of contemporary flair
  • Fifteen simple projects include wall hangings, framed appliques, lap quilts, assorted pillows, a table topper, and a bed quilt
  • Easy fusible applique makes for quick work on both cotton and wool projects


by Shelley Wicks, Jeanne Large
8.375" x 10.875"
Format Description:
full color, softcover
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Publication Date:
October 4th, 2011
Return Info:
This title is out of print; Returns accepted in resale condition only until October 22nd, 2017
From the opening pages to the patterns and the easy-to-follow directions, this book is a quilter's dream. I especially love the reference section at the front of the book for those moments when, even though I've done something a hundred times before, I run up against a mental road block and simply cannot remember something. This saves me from having to dig out one of my gazillion reference books just to confirm that I am, in fact, doing something correctly. I highly recommend this book to every quilter.
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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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