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Bargello Train Quilt
Bargello Train Quilt
Cutting And Sewing Instructions
Bargello Train Quilt is the cutting and sewing instructions for an original bargello baby quilt designed and created by Joyce Zborower, M.A., former State Exhibition Chairperson (2005) for Arizona Designer Craftsmen, a statewide organization dedicated to promoting excellence in fine crafts.
If you've ever wanted to create a unique bargello baby quilt, this is your opportunity. Train Quilt is a very simple bargello design. The cutting and sewing instructions are written in an easy to understand and follow step-by-step format and accompanied with full color photos that show you exactly how to do the various steps. The instructions are presented in sufficient detail that a sewer who is a novice quilter will be able to produce great results; the design is intricate enough to keep a veteran quilter interested.
This written version of the instructions is perfect for using while working at your sewing machine.
Mae The Panda Fairy (the Baby Animal Rescue Faires #1)
Just when you thought the fairies couldn't get any cuter. . . here come the baby animals!
Rachel and Kirsty to the rescue!
The girls are spending a week of their summer vacation at the Wild Woods Nature Reserve. They're going to volunteer as junior rangers--which means lots of quality time with all the animals who live there! But Jack Frost has taken the Baby Animal Rescue Fairies' magic key chains. Even worse, he's planning to use the fairies' stolen magic to kidnap baby animals for his icy zoo.
When Pan Pan, the panda, goes missing the girls know just where to look. Rachel and Kirsty have to help Mae find him before it's too late!
Color A Quilt
Love to quilt? Love to color? This is the artistic activity book you've been looking for! Hours of creative pleasure await as you explore 45 quilt coloring projects plus a bonus table-runner created from one-of-a-kind designs featured in popular Martingale quilting books. Want to sew a quilt based on the design you colored? Information about each quilt, its designer, and the book it was published in appear on the coloring pages. You can even go online and see a full color photo of the finished quilt.Unwind and express your creative side as you color detailed full-page quiltsA selection of shaded blocks are included to spark creativity and help you visualize the distinctive quilt patternsBoth quilters "and" coloring enthusiasts will enjoy these unique designsSee the quilts that inspired these coloring pages at ShopMartingale.com/ColorAQuilt
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