Quick & Easy Quilts for Kids
12 Kid Friendly Patterns
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|Format:||Paperback, 48 pages|
|Other Information: ||110, colour|
|Published In: ||United States, 22 May 2012|
You will be inspired when you see the variety of designs and fabrics you can combine to make irresistible children's quilts. Fun and whimsical, warm and cuddly, or sweet as can be, there is a design in this book that will fit the personality of your child or grandchild to the tee. Make a quilt for each child, or create just for the joy of giving to your favorite fund-raising charity. Either way, both you and the child will have an everlasting memory of the wonderful quilt you created. Children will love the quilts made from this book. Whimsical themed fabrics with animals, race cars, bugs and colorful shapes will intrigue and delight each child who receives the quilt. Sized just right for child's beds, cribs and your favorite rocking chair, you will see the happiness in their eyes when you wrap them up in these special quilts. Written for both beginner and experienced quilters, the book features full color photos, step-by-step instructions and drawings that will guide you through each step of the quilting process.
Table of Contents
Sweet & Simple Sampler Chevron Points Critters & Crawlers Bugs Baby Blocks Here's My Heart Let's Go Leapin' 9-Patch Baby Bricks Around the Block Call of the Wild Check This!
About the Author
Connie learned to embroider when she was in grade school, and crochet when she was in high school. She has tried and enjoyed many different crafts. She made her first quilt for her sister who was expecting a baby, and she's been making quilts ever since. Connie owned a quilt and cross stitch shop (Quilt N Stitch) in St. Louis MO for 12 years. The shop taught lots of classes, many of which were their own designs. Connie began to publish these designs in pattern and book form. She also purchased a separate counted cross stitch shop and designed and taught in that area of needlework, too. In early fall 2004 Connie closed both shops and moved to the Baton Rouge Louisiana area. She has continued to teach and design patterns for both quilting and counted cross stitch. All of her patterns can be found under the name of Butterfly Stitches. Teaching has taken Connie to many places around the Missouri, Ohio, Illinois and Kansas areas, and as far away as Monterrey Mexico. Since moving to the Baton Rouge area she has taught in Louisiana, Mississippi, Florida and North Carolina. Connie has taught at local quilt guilds, local and regional EGA meetings, local ANG meetings, and is currently a GSQA (Gulf States Quilting Association) circuit teacher. Connie lives in Denham Springs LA with her two cats. She says her home has become her workshop, where she designs, sews, and maintains her pattern company.
|Publisher: ||House of White Birches|
|Dimensions: ||27.0 x 21.0 x 0.0 centimeters (0.18 kg)|