INCLUDES BONUS PDF fil on CD
to print the 106 Piecing Templates
Author: Laurie Aaron Hird
Publisher: Krause Publications
Page size: 8" X 8"
Cover: Soft Cover
ISBN / SKU / UPC: 9780896898288
The Farmer's Wife BOOK
Back Cover Information
Laurie Aaron Hird provides everything you need
to be inspired and create your own sampler quilt:
- 111 six-inch quilt blocks, with assembly diagrams for piecing
the blocks and template cutting directions.
- Complete instructions for making a sampler quilt in any traditional
size: lap, twin, queen or king
- CD with easy-to-print, full-sized templates for all 111 blocks
and printable quilt construction diagrams.
- 42 letters from the 1922 Farmer's Wife contest to give
you a priceless glimpse into our country's past
EQ Companion CD Item Code: 4HG0299
NOTE: EQ5, EQ6 & EQ7 can be used
111 pre-drawn blocks
in Electric Quilt Block format
The Farmer's Wife, Sampler Quilt
60% off: $
- Requires Electric Quilt 5, 6 or 7 to be installed
- CD-ROM Drive
- 50-MB hard disk space
NOTE: Block patterns cannot
be printed directly from the CD.* The block patterns are installed
to the EQ Block Library. The use EQ to design and print patterns.
*See BOOK: PDF file CD included with book. The files found on the
PDF formated file do NOT interact wth Electric File but can be used
to print templates for the blocks.
Create your own designs based on the blocks from the Farmer's
Wife Sampler Quilt!
Now you can design your own quilts with the blocks from the The
Farmer's WIfe Sampler Quilt book. Use Electric
Quilt Version 5, 6 or 7 to color the blocks with EQ fabric samples
(EQ has an extensive reproduction fabric selection), mix and match
the blocks to your liking, and print the patterns. With the 11 blocks
and the extensive fabric libarary, your options for quilt designs
About the Book Author:
In her childhood, Laurie Aaron Hird loved reading books
about the pioneers and has always wished that she had been born
during those quieter days. It has been a struggle at times, but
she has learned to live in two worlds - one with her wood cookstove
and clothesline, and the other, less cozy, world with her cell phone
and a computer. Laurie taught herself to quilt and especially enjoys
working with reproduction fabrics and collecting photographs of
antique quilts. She is happily living with her family on six acres
in rural southwest Wisconsin, where they homeschool, maintain a
kitchen garden and take care of their animals.