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Stitch your story : six complete alphabets to quilt in your own words

Author: Sarah Fielke; Kari Vojtechovsky; Sue Stubbs
Publisher: Louisville, Colo. : Lucky Spool Media, 2019.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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From politics to poetry, the hottest trend in quilting today is using fabric and letters to say something on quilt tops. Quilters everywhere are excited to incorporate their favourite phrases, song lyrics, inspirational words, political statements, or just simple personalisation on a gifted quilt. And when creating heirloom quilts for family, quilters everywhere are looking for ways to personalise, customise, and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sarah Fielke; Kari Vojtechovsky; Sue Stubbs
ISBN: 9781940655352 1940655358
OCLC Number: 1091681668
Description: 127 pages : illustrations (colour) ; 26 cm.
Contents: The chubby alphabet --
The spiky alphabet --
The formal alphabet --
The back to black alphabet --
The improv alphabet --
The cursive bias tape appliqué alphabet.
Responsibility: Sarah Fielke ; [illustrator, Kari Vojtechovsky] ; [photographer, Sue Stubbs].

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Expert quilter and veteran best-selling author Sarah Fielke includes 6 different alphabets using a variety of quilting techniques to allow readers to finally "say something" on quilts of their own.  Read more...

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From song lyrics and political slogans to sweet sentiments for a baby's room, words and letters are one of the hottest trends in modern quilting. In Stitch Your Story, expert quilter ans bestselling Read more...

 
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