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A Month of Sundays

Family, Friends, Food & Quilts : 16 Projects, Precut Friendly
Arkison, Cheryl (Book - 2013 )
Average Rating: 3 stars out of 5.
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Features sixteen family-friendly quilting projects that use low-volume fabrics and graphics to convey four themes: relax, eat, shop, and explore.
Authors: Arkison, Cheryl, 1975-
Title: A month of Sundays
family, friends, food & quilts : 16 projects, precut friendly
Publisher: Lafayette, CA :, Stashbooks, an imprint of C&T Publishing,, [2013]
Characteristics: 144 pages :,illustrations ;,26 cm
Content Type: still image
text
Media Type: unmediated
Carrier Type: volume
Series:
Notes: "Slow down & sew."
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Turn in Down
What Makes a Quilt Low Volume?
Color Still Matters Saturation Tints, tones, and shades
Why Scale Is Important
Value
Evaluating value
Background Choices
Relax
View Quilt
Beach Grass Quilt
Button Sudoku Quilt and Game Board
Parade Pennants
Eat
Crossword Quilt
Sherbet Quilt
Any-Size Aprons
Napkins with Built-In Ties
Shop
Hugs and Kisses Quilt
Stripes Quilt
Lush Wine Carrier
Floral and Herb Wraps
Explore
Pinwheel Quilt
Flags Quilt
Treasure Bag
Women's Auxiliary Scarf
Basics Plus
Piecing
Fabric Selection
Quilting cottons
Laminated cottons
Home decor Voile Linen
Easy Applique
Paper Piecing
Chain Piecing
Finishing Touches
Bias strips
Binding tape Sewing binding to a quilt Finishing binding ends.
Summary: Features sixteen family-friendly quilting projects that use low-volume fabrics and graphics to convey four themes: relax, eat, shop, and explore.
Local Note: 33 53 118 148 149 152 216 242 243 264
ISBN: 1607056968
9781607056966
Statement of Responsibility: Cheryl Arkison
Subject Headings: Color in textile crafts. Quilting Patterns. Patchwork Patterns.
Topical Term: Color in textile crafts.
Quilting
Patchwork
LCCN: 2012046261
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Mar 16, 2014
  • pattyskypants rated this: 3 stars out of 5.

This is a sweet book from the ever-popular and frantically-publishing-everything-they-can-get-their-hands-on-from-every-crafter-ever-to-blog-even-once-about-a diy-craft-project stash books. This one, however, has some merit and some NEW (gasp!) projects that weren't lifted from vintage publications or tired blogs. The recipes . . . well I think this says it all: "A Good Salad," "Roasted Chicken". Unlike many of the other Stash books, however, this one is not totally stupid.

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