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Quilting Among Friends

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Quilting and friendship go hand-in-hand, and planning makes the perfect quilting party. Jill Reber gathers a decade of experience quilting with friends in guilds, small groups, retreats and bees to share their most successful ideas, guidelines and trading times. Part 1--Trading Pieces describes types of exchanges including fabric exchanges, block swaps, block parties, row quilts and more, and provides project examples for inspiration. Part 2-- Piecing Times, Piecing Occasions shows and talks about charity quilts, the best of fun quilt retreats, and special occasion quilts for celebrating, cheering and commemorating. Part 3-- Blocks-to-Share provides 55 successful block patterns to use when quilting with friends. 15 quilt projects with complete instructions show patterns that work well for quilting among friends Select from 55 blocks with complete instructions including instructions for common sizes A gallery of finished quilts shows how selecting one idea inspires an array of creative results


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Pages 136
Publish Date 2005-05-01
Size 8.25" x 10.875" x 0.349"
Author Jill Reber
Product Form Paperback / softback


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Designer Reber here touches on the human dimension of quilting, exploring how quilters get together to share their love of the art through fabric exchanges, block exchanges, block showers, row and round-robin quilts, milestone quilts, charity quilting projects, and quilter's retreats. This book covers every type of sharing activity or project a quilt guild or informal group of quilters might undertake and offers practical tips and useful ideas, e.g., patterns for quilts that can be completed during a weekend get-together. Fifteen quilt projects and 55 sample blocks make this book an excellent choice for public libraries.

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