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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.
You've Come A Long Way Baby
Scott Starkey and his wife Jennifer were determined after marrying that their household should never grow beyond the two of them - and however many dogs and cats occupied the premises at the time - when, in 2004, a chance encounter with a television program called "China's Lost Girls" set in motion a series of events that eventually led them to China and a thirteen month old little girl - their precious daughter Hope - in August, 2010. "You've Come a Long Way, Baby: A China Adoption Story" is a poignant, heartfelt, and frequently humorous chronicle of one couple's emotional adoption journey, including the decision to adopt, persistence through years of waiting, an anxiety filled two-week "adventure" in China where they met their little girl for the first time, and the challenges faced along the way. More importantly, it's a unique look at family, and what it really means to make one.
Quilt Or Innocence
Retired folk art curator Beatrice Coleman knows everything there is to know about quilts, except how to make them. But with her recent move to Dapple Hills, North Carolina, she's learning all sorts of new things-including how to solve a murder
As the newest member of the Village Quilters Guild, Beatrice has a lot of gossip to catch up on-especially with the Patchwork Cottage quilt shop about to close. It seems that Judith, the landlord everyone loves to hate, wants to raise the rent, despite being a quilter herself
But when Judith is found dead, the harmless gossip becomes an intricate patchwork of mischievous motives. And it's up to Beatrice's expert eye to decipher the pattern and catch the killer, before her life gets sewn up for good.
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