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Patchwork Among Friends

Author : Judy Martin
ISBN : 0929589149
Genre : Cooking
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Patchwork Among Friends by Judy Martin is a book of patterns, recipes, and ideas for enjoying your quilt making more--among friends. It has ideas for getting together with other quilters, in person or online, to split fat quarters, exchange blocks or strips, collect signatures, learn new skills, stay on task, and share the joy of making quilts. The book has 10 original quilt patterns, each in 2 sizes, and 12 recipes for potluck supper dishes. It also has both rotary cutting instructions and templates, cutting layouts, pressing instructions, hundreds of color diagrams, large color quilt photographs and additional close-up photos.

Quilting Among Friends

Author : Jill Reber
ISBN : 1890621862
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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15 Bee-Friendly Quilts & 55 Friendship Blocks

Modern Bee 13 Quilts To Make With Friends

Author : Lindsay Conner
ISBN : 9781607057314
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Modern Bee—13 Quilts to Make with Friends by Lindsay Conner features 13 projects for a virtual one-year quilting bee. Crafted with a modern aesthetic, the patterns are inspired by traditional quilt blocks as well as bits and pieces of daily life. As you quilt along with this book from month to month, you’ll master sewing techniques elevating in difficulty—from easy to advanced. Each project is comprised of block instructions and a pattern to finish a full-size quilt. You’ll also find a comprehensive section on quilting basics and plenty of tips on organizing your own virtual bee.

Simple Friendships Ii

Author : Kim Diehl
ISBN : 9781604689969
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Start with patchwork, add a few friends, and stitch it all together with gorgeous new quilt patterns from two beloved designers! Kim Diehl and Jo Morton first paired up for the best seller Simple Friendships; now they're back to share more showstopping quilts that reflect each designer's signature style. Every chapter showcases a classic quilt block; Kim and Jo each transform the block into a spectacular quilt. Discover fresh spins on Churn Dash, Ohio Star, Flock of Geese, and more. Instructions make it easy to create blocks on your own or as part of a group block exchange--and the sampler quilts are simply stunning.

Pope To Burney 1714 1779

Author : Moyra Haslett
ISBN : 9781137194237
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This essential guide defines literature of the eighteenth century as a literature written and received as public conversation. Moyra Haslett discusses and challenges conventional ways of reading the period, particularly in relation to notions of the public sphere. In her wide-ranging study, Haslett reads key texts - including The Dunciad, Gulliver's Travels and Pamela - in their literary and cultural contexts, and examines such genres as the periodical, the familiar letter, the verse epistle and the novel as textual equivalents of coterie culture.

Patchwork Prayers And Corn Pudding

Author : Phyllis A. Williamson
ISBN : 9781465326591
Genre : Family & Relationships
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When we understand what our fathers and forefathers were attempting to achieve, we come closer to understanding ourselves. Through them, we begin our identity, values, and beliefs. We further enhance the knowledge of ourselves as well as our connection with one another through the research of our relationship with God. I hope this book will help narrow the gap between far-flung relatives and inspire reflections upon where we have come from. May these pages preserve some of the stories and yarns of our elders and continue to give their memories life

The Aloha Quilt

Author : Jennifer Chiaverini
ISBN : 1439199868
Genre : Fiction
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Another season of Elm Creek Quilt Camp has come to a close, and Bonnie Markham faces a bleak and lonely winter ahead, with her quilt shop out of business and her divorce looming. A welcome escape comes when Claire, a beloved college friend, unexpectedly invites her to Maui to help launch an exciting new business: a quilter’s retreat set at a bed and breakfast amid the vibrant colors and balmy breezes of the Hawaiian Islands. Soon Bonnie finds herself looking out on sparkling waters and banyan trees, planning quilting courses, and learning the history and intricacies of Hawaiian quilting, all the while helping Claire run the inn. As Bonnie’s adventure unfolds, it quickly becomes clear that Claire’s new business isn’t the only excitement in store for her. Her cheating, soon-to-be ex-husband decides he wants her stake in Elm Creek Quilts, which threatens not only her financial well-being but her dearest friendships as well. Luckily she has the artistic challenge of creating her own unique Hawaiian quilt pattern to distract her—and new friends like Hinano Paoa, owner of the Nä Mele Hawai‘i Music Shop, who introduces Bonnie to the fascinating traditions of Hawaiian culture and reminds her that love can be found when and where you least expect it.

Design Anthropology

Author : Alison Clarke
ISBN : 9781474259057
Genre : Design
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Design Anthropology brings together leading international design theorists, consultants and anthropologists to explore the changing object culture of the 21st century. Decades ago, product designers used basic market research to fine-tune their designs for consumer success. Today the design process has been radically transformed, with the user center-stage in the design process. From design ethnography to culture probing, innovative designers are employing anthropological methods to elicit the meanings rather than the mere form and function of objects. This important volume provides a fascinating exploration of the issues facing the shapers of our increasingly complex material world. The text features case studies and investigations covering a diverse range of academic disciplines. From IKEA and anti-design to erotic twenty-first-century needlework and online interior decoration, the book positions itself at the intersections of design, anthropology, material culture, architecture, and sociology.

Alice S Tulips

Author : Sandra Dallas
ISBN : 9781429903387
Genre : Fiction
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Alice Bullock is a young newlywed whose husband, Charlie, has just joined the Union Army, leaving her on his Iowa farm with only his formidable mother for company. Equally talented at sewing and gossip, and not overly fond of hard work, Alice writes lively letters to her sister filled with accounts of local quilting bees, the rigors of farm life, and the customs of small-town America. But no town is too small for intrigue and treachery, and when Alice finds herself accused of murder, she must rely on support from unlikely sources. Rich in details of quilting, Civil War-era America, and the realities of a woman's life in the nineteenth century, Alice's Tulips is Sandra Dallas at her best, a dramatic and heartwarming tale of friendship, adversity, and triumph.

In My Dreams I Ride Wild Horses

Author : Jean A. Curran
ISBN : 9781456721459
Genre : Art
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Billy Roper has said, "I was born blessedly poor." This simple statement embodies his early hardships and the demons he has battled in a lifetime of struggle to fulfill his dream of being an artist. But being an artist was more than a dream to him; it was a deep and nagging need. In his words, "It was like a hound dog chasin' chickens. I had to draw and paint, but I didn't know how." "Blessedly poor" also speaks of the strength and insight he has gained from his tribulations so that he might conclude, All that stuff that happened down through the years, when I look back on it now, if I was gonna be an artist, that was the price for it. That's how you get to this point--comin' through that--it purifies your soul. If you want to understand somebody else's pain, it is a good idea that you have had one just like it. The pains that I have not experienced are gettin' less and less. The wisdom to see and understand both the positives and negatives of life nurtures the profound lessons and sermons that he pours into imaginative and beautifully conceived paintings, skillful carvings that exude reverence for natural wood, and marble sculptures that approach the classical in theme and design. Susan Wright, a friend and collector, has said to him, "You have always spoken to my soul." Billy Roper's journey from poverty to public acclaim is an inspiring story with lessons for all who seek to live wisely and humanely, and the story is accompanied by thirty-four colorful examples of the work that comprises his artistic vision.

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