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Share quilting with the next generation!
- 17 projects will appeal to future quilters of all ages
and gender and are great child-adult activities.
- You'll love these fresh ideas for accessories, home dec
items and quilts. Every project has good basic quiltmaking
instructions with easy step-by-step photos.
- Traditional art forms of collages, rubbings and mosaic
patterning, along with the techniques of piecing, applique
and embroidery are used.
About the Authors
Jennifer Perdue made her first quilt at age 10 and
has continued to enjoy both sewing and quilting. She has
a background in garment making, home dec, machine piecing,
hand quilting and longarm quilting.
Jen's quilts have been included in both regional and national
shows and have won awards including several first place ribbons.
Jen enjoys an active family life with her husband, Scott,
and her two children, Amber and Brandon.
Anita Shackelford has been a quiltmaker since 1967
and began teaching in 1980. She is an internationally recognized
teacher and lecturer who loves combining applique and fine
hand quilting to create new quilts in 19th century style.
She also enjoys using her sewing machine for many parts of
the creative process and has recently added longarm quilting
to the mix.
Her quilts have been exhibited in shows across the United
States, Australia and Japan, winning many awards, including
twelve Best of Show and many for workmanship.
Anita travels extensively, teaching and lecturing for shops,
guilds and quilting conferences. She is a quilt judge, certified
by NOA and qualified in judging shows at local, regional
and national levels.