The Quilter's Guide to Amish Quilts

The Quilter's Guide to Amish Quilts

Book - 1998
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Amish quilts, with their subtle, glowing colors and superb quality, have long fascinated the quilting and arts community. Now The Quilter's Guide to Amish Quilts brings both the "how to" and the artistry of these lovely quilts to crafters of all levels.

From bar quilts -- the most traditional of Amish patterns -- to Lancaster rose quilts -- an applique technique that the Amish have enthusiastically embraced through the years -- the book explores 10 of the best-known Amish quilt designs and provides complete instructions on how to easily create these quilts at home. Quilters will also discover how to adapt these traditional quilt designs to the colors and quilting motifs of their choice, allowing them to create their own unique project.

Publisher: Lincolnwood, IL : Quilt Digest Press, 1998.
ISBN: 9780844226651
Branch Call Number: 746.46041 J357
Characteristics: 127 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Additional Contributors: Gordon, Maggi McCormick
Alternative Title: Amish quilts


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