About this product
|This text combines traditional quilting techniques with origami to create three dimensional motifs for home decor, gift wrapping and clothing. The 22 projects are mostly fashioned from a single piece of cloth, and the step-by-step instructions are accompanied by photographs and template patterns.|
|Number Of Pages||96 pages|
|Publisher||C & T Publishing|
|LC Classification Number||TT835.W375 2000|
|Edited by||Joyce Lytle, Lynn Koolish|
|Illustrated by||Jay Richards|
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- mzmamaMay 10, 2014by
Exactly what I was looking for. I had lost my book when we moved to our new home and found this one on line.
- magicmk872012Feb 9, 2014by
A must have book for the patient quilter looking for a challenge.
Looking forward to using these techniques in a quilt! Will absolutely add depth, a touch of surprise and pop to any quilt. The book gives instruction for 8 different folded shapes, 21 projects with template patterns. If you are familiar with origami, the art of paper folding, this is exactly what you will be doing with fabric. Not a good book for the impatient! Lots of folding, creasing and refolding. If you want your quilts to always get a second look this book is for you.
- 32099blueApr 1, 2013by
nice easy to read and learn
My husband and I are into orguamy qilts this will be a nice helpful thing makes it easy to understand
- tammyquilts60Apr 7, 2011by
this books illustrations are beautifly done. Just take the book and some fabric, sit down and just play for a while. I think you will really enjoy this.
- jimlin69402Nov 24, 2009by
Fantastic Fabric Folding
I have never done any paper or fabric folding before and I think this book described everything very well. For beginners to folding fabric,I think this is a good one. takes you step by step.