I have not reviewed any of my usual food/craft books in a long time. Mostly because I was travelling and then trying to beat release dates in the month of January. I should have reviewed this earlier because I actually did go through it completely and actually contemplated buying it so that I could own a copy.
I have actually made two unsuccessful attempts at quilting, even bought the special needles for my machine but did not get very far. I will be putting up my other creations along with a few books I found helpful in sewing garments in the following month. This book gave me hope and ideas. I intend to actually purchase it at some point when I complete at least one big project.
This is a book for quilters, not seasoned ones exactly but also for people interested in taking up simple projects. There are scaling factors provided if you decide that the design is great but a bigger size would be more to your taste. The pictures are colourful and the instructions to the point. They do look encouraging. I wish I had a completed experiment to go with the review but maybe someday I will append one to this post.
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