Pfeifer-Hamilton Pub (2000), 144 pages
Presents twenty traditional quilt patterns based on the story "The Quiltmaker's Gift," about a king who learns the joy of giving; each with information on materials, construction, variations, and quilting techniques.
LibraryThing member anneofia
"The Quiltmakers Gift " is a story book about an old woman who made the most beautiful quilts just for the joy of giving them away. This book presents 20 traditional patterns taken from the illustrations in the child's book, and gives instruction on how to put together some very beautiful quilts.
Show MoreThe book celebrates not only the joy of giving, but the joy of color and design with the georgous illustrations. This is one of my favorite quilting idea books!
144 p.; 10.75 inches
1570252033 / 9781570252037
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