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Book Image Big Book of Best-Loved Quilt Patterns
by Rhonda Richards
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As every quilting fan knows, there is no such thing as too may quilts. (Or, too many quilt books for that matter!) This essential new collection brings together time-honoured patterns with the latest in modern quilting techniques. Concise instructions, step-by-step photographs and detailed colour diagrams guide both beginner and master quilters through all the steps necessary to complete the quilt of their choice. - Squares & Rectangles - Diamonds & Stars - Circles & Curves - - Patchwork Mosaics - Medallions & More - Picture Blocks - - Applique - Special Techniques - Quiltmaker's Workshop - - 82 Quilting Classics Made Easy - Easy to Use Illustrations - - Simple Step-by-Step Instructions - Handy How-To Workshop - * In full colour throughout with over 700 colour illustrations.


Book Image Cotton Now and Then
by Karen B. Willing, Sarah Morse (Illustrator)
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Book Image Deluxe Metal Hand Weaving Loom & Hook
by Jo-Ann

Make placemats, potholders, afghans and more using the Jersey hoop technique and this metal weaving loom. Kids will be entertained for hours once they get the hang of this craft. Easy to follow, illustrated directions are included.


Book Image Doodle Stitching: Fresh & Fun Embroidery for Beginners
by Aimee Ray

Asian-inspired lampshades embellished with flying fish. Canvas sneakers decorated with pink and white swirls. A pretty pillow adorned with a sleeping bunny, sweetly curled up. All it takes to create these appealing projects—or add charming embroidered touches in no time at all—are a few simple stitches, some easy techniques, and the nearly 30 projects in this book. Begin by learning several styles for outlining, filling, decorating, and appliqué. Find out about floss, fancy threads, fabrics, and needles. Get the scoop on hoops, and the lowdown on transferring your very own designs onto every type of fabric. The fresh ideas, witty patterns, and clever color illustrations take stitchers from novice to accomplished in a blink of the eye!


Book Image Fabric Fun For Kids: Step-by-Step Projects for Children (and Their Grown-ups)
by Julie Bates Dock
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Book Image Fast & Fun Machine Quilting
by Karen Costello Soltys (Editor)
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Let the machine-quilting experts show you how to create-- and finish-- your most beautiful quilts ever! More than 250 color photographs and directions make machine quilting fast and easy, no matter what your skill level.


Book Image Kids' Easy Quilting Projects
by Terri Thibault, Heather Barberie (Illustrator), Beth Hoffman, Peg Blanchette


Book Image Lion Learn To Knit Kit
Lion Brand

Everything you need to make a hat and scarf from Lion Brand! Easy-to-follow, step-by-step illustrated instructions, a simple pattern for a fashionable hat and scarf, size 15 Boye knitting needles and 2 balls of Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick -- the perfect learn-to-knit yarn. Give the gift of knitting this spring...to yourself, family and friends!


Book Image More Sewing Machine Fun
by Nancy J. Smith, Lynda Milligan

This 2nd book of the series has over 23 more projects and games that perfect and expand the skills learned in Sewing Machine Fun.


Book Image My First Machine Sewing Book: Straight Stitching/Kit, Ages 7 to 11
by Winky Cherry


Book Image Quilting Now & Then
by Karen B. Willing, Julie B. Dock, Sarah Morse (Illustrator)


Book Image Sewing 101: A Beginner's Guide to Sewing
by editors of Creative Publishing International
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Sewing 101 is a modern-day primer on the basic skills and techniques of sewing. This book is geared toward the absolute novice and assumes you know little or nothing about the craft. Filled with lots of step-by-step photos, useful sewing tip sidebars, and a painstakingly detailed glossary, Sewing 101 teaches you how to sew successfully. You will learn terminology used regularly in sewing, as well as all the basic skills that are the building blocks of the art. From threading the machine to sewing a straight stitch, to more complicated procedures such as installing zippers and following patterns, everything is covered.

Chapters include such topics as: the sewing machine and its accessories, sewing supplies and how to use them, how to shop for, prepare, measure and cut fabric, and more. Each new technique is taught via the creation of an actual project, such as a pillow, window treatment, t-shirt, or baby blanket, thereby allowing you to learn a new skill and create an item to wear, display or use in your home. Dust off that machine and begin sewing for fun and function!


Book Image Sewing Machine Fun
by Nancy Smith

Step-by-step guide that teaches kids ages 7 and up to sew on the sewing machine with minimal adult involvement. Children work at their own speed and enjoy games, jokes and riddles that reinforce the concepts learned.


Book Image Weaving Loops-Cotton Jersey 5 Ounce-Varigated
by Jo-Ann

Weaving loops are replacements for loom and hook kits. Kids can make potholders, placemats, and larger woven pieces too! With a little patience, learning this craft will afford hours of fun with a practical finished product.



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