In Crazy Quilted Heirlooms and Gifts, J. Marsha Michler translates this extraordinary Victorian art into tomorrow's heirlooms. Create a breathtaking window-treatment, sumptuous pieces for your living and dining rooms, gifts to shower upon the newest baby in the family, or a steal-the-show evening scarf that your granddaughter will be proud to pass down to her granddaughter. Crazy Quilted Heirlooms and Gifts showcases 30 compelling projects that you'll be inspired to craft for your home and garden, including: Showpiece Wall Quilt Festive Gift Bags Pendant Purses Tea Set Garden notebook cover Each chapter of the book features needle arts such as Battenberg lace making, Shadow Work, Silk Ribbon and Wool Embroidery, and much more. Step-by-step instructions include photographs and easy-to-follow diagrams, along with suggestions for fabrics and colors, and complete materials listings.To make this project, a commercial pattern may be used, or take apart an old tie that is no longer wanted. Find one ... And, lastly, the tie fabric can be washed, pressed and used in a crazy quilt- ing project. If there is a ... Because of the practicality of using an old tie, the instructions below assume this is being done. If you prefer to ... is very easy. Use aColorhuea dyes from Things Japanese, distilled water, and a small container such as a plastic dish (do not reuse for eating) for each color.
|Title||:||Crazy Quilted Heirlooms & Gifts|
|Author||:||J. Marsha Michler|
|Publisher||:||Krause Publications - 2011-01-15|