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Quiltagami: The Art of Fabric Folding

by Mary Jo Hiney

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This author has taken the ancient art of Japanese paper folding, origami, and applied it to quilting. This appears as folded squares that are appliqued in place after quilting, giving the quilt a bas relief appearance. ( )
  drj | May 25, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0806982799, Hardcover)

It's a thoroughly new textile art, an ingenious mix of quilting and origami! The animals, leaves, flowers, and figures created for centuries in Japan out of two- sided colored paper are reinterpreted in fabric relief--and the resulting quilt blocks can become exquisitely stitched items. Just follow these designs to create irresistibly tactile sculptural quiltagami pillows, blankets, ornaments, and more. Add bead and ribbon embellishments for even more detail. You'll go wild for this original art form!

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Folding fabric origami style to make 3-dimensional quilted projects.

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