Quiltopedia: The Only Quilting Reference You’ll Ever Need

Quiltopedia is a concise yet comprehensive guide to patchwork and quilting. A range of techniques are covered for both hand and machine stitching, which gently guide the novice quilter through to more intermediate and advanced skills. Advice is given for fabric and thread choices, and for choosing and using the right tools and equipment for this craft.

30 different projects are offered for the reader to try out their quilting together with fabric requirements and clear, step-by-step instructions and diagrams. Useful hints and tips are given to help the newcomer avoid the pitfalls often experienced when setting out to make a quilted project. Full-size templates are given which can be traced or photocopied for use in a variety of the projects. Unique instructions are given which will show readers how to draft some of the most popular patchwork blocks to their own preferred size, rather than work to the dictates of printed templates. This book is aimed at beginners, but with information and projects that will also be of interest to quilters with more experience. It will prove a valuable addition to any quilt maker’s bookshelf!

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