Sorry my book review has been a bit delayed due to being a bit under the weather.
It was nice having a bedside table full of books to thumb through.
I just couldn't get to the computer to post much about them.
Graphic Mixx by Atkinson Designs
has out done herself once again. She re-taught me how to do zippers in all of her bag patterns and now she has several more projects added to my to do list. Terry's directions are always clear, easy to understand and a pleasure to sew. Follow along on Terry's blog
for tons of great stuff.
This book is number 7 in the series. I own all of them! These books are truly a collectors series with hand drawn illustrations of original blocks along with redrafted patterns from the historical collection of the Kansas City Star. I have an extra copy of this book so if you want to own it leave a comment and include My Stars in the comment. Stop by their site
today. they are also having a book giveaway.
What can I say about Kim's quilts? I love all of them. The traditional richness, the warm room settings, the great use of color are just a few of the things that draws me in. Sorry to be stingy, I only have one of these books and it has my name written really big inside it.
Machine Quilting really brings a flat quilt top to life. Barbara asks the following
questions before she begins any project.
What is the intended use of this quilt?
What quilting is needed to enhance this quilt?
What thread color should I use?
Then she walks you through different options for different styles of quilts.
This book is published by C and T and I have one for a giveaway. If you are interested comment with Listen to Your Quilt.
That is it for now. I will have part two of my book reviews posted on Sunday. I guess thiese aren't official reviews, just teases with a giveaway or two thrown in for fun.