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Faces & Places: Images in Applique

by Charlotte Warr Andersen

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Create a quilt inspired by a favorite photograph using an easy layering applique technique. Projects include landscapes and portraits.
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I can't wait to make a quilt using the techniques in this book. Charlotte shows how to take a photo, enlarge it, make a pattern, choose fabric, and applique the pieces. Although there are not as many pictures in this book, the instructions are clear. She also has projects in the book with step-by-step directions for practice. So get out those cameras and start quilting!!! ( )
  jlanaux | Oct 22, 2010 |
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