New library items for June and July 2015


TITLE: Quilting beauties : come in all shapes & sizes

AUTHOR: Neary, Karen

DESCRIPTION: A fresh look and creative take on the versatile New York Beauty block.

LOCATION: New York Beauty



TITLE: Paper pieced modern : step-by-step visual guide

AUTHOR: Garro, Amy

DESCRIPTION: The definitive guide to paper piecing for modern quilters.

LOCATION: Modern Quilts



TITLE: Modern rainbow : 14 imaginative quilts that play with color

AUTHOR: Bryan, Rebecca

DESCRIPTION: Learn the art of combining colors from the rainbow.




TITLE: By the block : 18 surprisingly simple quilts

AUTHOR: Rogers, Siobhan

DESCRIPTION: This book shows the time-poor quilter how to make sophisticated, complex-looking quilts that are based on easy-to-assemble quilt blocks.




TITLE: Wild blooms and colourful creatures

AUTHOR: Williams, Wendy

DESCRIPTION: Wendy Willams, an Australian quilter, and a member of the Material Obsession team. Give your applique a fresh new look by mixing wool with cotton and linen fabrics.

LOCATION: Applique



TITLE: When bad things happen to good quilters : a guide to starting, fixing, and finishing your quilting projects

AUTHOR: Ford, Joan

DESCRIPTION: Survival guide for fixing & finishing any quilting project.




TITLE: Zentangle stitches for quilters and fabric artists

AUTHOR: Monk, Jane

DESCRIPTION: For the doodler. Stitching repetitive designs on fabrics. Jane shows you how to combine tangling and stitching to create beautiful art quilts, useful décor items, and heartfelt gifts.

LOCATION: Quilting



TITLE: First time tangle quilting : step-by-step basics

DESCRIPTION: Tangle art is drawing repetitive patterns within simple structures and for the quilter adopting this technique and applying it to quilting.

LOCATION: Quilting



TITLE: Temari techniques : a visual guide to making Japanese embroidered thread balls

AUTHOR: Suess, Barbara B.

DESCRIPTION: Here is everything you need to learn an exotic Japanese handcraft. Deceptively simple to make, temari are perfect carry-along projects. With little more than a needle and colourful embroidery threads, they will busy your hands, soothe your mind, and fire your imagination.

LOCATION: Japanese


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