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Color for the Terrified Quilter: Plain Talk, Simple Lessons, 11 Projects (edition 2007)

by Ionne McCauley (Author)

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Colour choices don't have to be intuitive, instinctive, or inborn - there is a step-by-step way to choose colour for quilts. This book features lighthearted text, clear instructions, and beautiful photographs to learn about colour in an easy-to-understand language.
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Title:Color for the Terrified Quilter: Plain Talk, Simple Lessons, 11 Projects
Authors:Ionne McCauley (Author)
Info:Martingale & Co Inc (2007), 96 pages
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Color for the Terrified Quilter: Plain Talk, Simple Lessons, 11 Projects by Ionne Mccauley

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good beginner reference, simple beginner level patterns as examples and for projects.
  Timberlanequilters | Jul 27, 2011 |
WMQG# Y-1183
  WestMichiganQuilters | Nov 25, 2007 |
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Colour choices don't have to be intuitive, instinctive, or inborn - there is a step-by-step way to choose colour for quilts. This book features lighthearted text, clear instructions, and beautiful photographs to learn about colour in an easy-to-understand language.

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