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Uplift your spirit and the one of your family and
friends by creating and decorating your home with one of these beautiful
quilts. Using timeless traditional patterns with today's fabric,
these 9 quilts are sure to inspire quilter's of all skill levels.
To ensure success, you'll get:
- Easy to follow directions
- Accurate pattern pieces
- Large, beautiful photos of each colorful quilt
Christiane Meunier, author of 12 popular quilting
books, has been a a leader in the quilt world since publishing Quilting
Today magazine in 1987. She has also earned acclaim as a
quilt designer whose works have been featured in numerous publications
and shows. Christiane's incredible sense of color guides her to
create quilts that speak to all who view them.
Shelley Knapp, has been quilting since the early 1980's.
A self-taught artist, her passion for color led her to join her
husband, Randy, in making kaleidoscopes, and in creating bright
and beautiful quilts. She is also an accomplished long-arm machine
quilter and strives to make every quilt as beautiful as possible.
Claudia Clark Myers, has been sewing for many years. First
in her background with costume design and construction, and for
the past 12 years in quilting. Her vision of color and the use of
many fabrics, makes her quilts beautiful and unique.
Mary Russell, a self-acclaimed "Local Quilt Goddess"
living on the Central Coast of California, has been quilting since
1976. In May 1994, she developed a ruler that makes rotary cutting
pieces for Double Wedding Ring quilts fast and easy. Today Mary
continues to each workshops and sells her rulers all across the
Mary Harmon, of Syracuse, New York has been quilting since
1987, when she and her sister took a quilting class at a local high
school. Her quilts tend to be more traditional, but she loves to
learn new techniques and styles. She professes that "my specialty
seems to be UFO's, since there is always something new to try before
I can finish by last quilt."
Cheryl Kagen, has been quilting since 1973. She specializes
in miniature quilts, but occasionally makes full-size scrap quilts.
She has recently started to make fabric masterpieces in her Seneca,
New York home in the form of art quilts.
Table of Contents
|Out of the Box
|Storm at Sea
|Circle of Friendship