Quilted with Love: Patchwork projects inspired by a passion for quilting (Paperback)

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Share in Sarah Fielke’s addiction to quilting with these 16 breathtaking projects.

For over 20 years, through her blog, her stunning quilt books, her fun classes, and her fabric, Sarah Fielke has been inspiring quilters worldwide to step outside their comfort zone with her vibrant and contemporary designs. Quilted with Love is no exception. With 16 stunning projects to choose from, you can join in Sarah's passion for this addictive craft. Whether you class yourself modern or traditional, a beginner or advanced quilter, there is a project in this book to inspire and challenge your own passion for quilting. This beautifully photographed book is brimming with Sarah's insider tips and provides the quilter with an accessible way to try out new methods, textures and colors, and in the process build upon their skills. Sarah also shares her passion for needle-turn appliqué and hand-quilting techniques, which give her quilts their contemporary and unique style. Share in Sarah’s love for this truly addictive pastime.

About the Author


Sarah Fielke is a quilter, teacher, designer and author of hugely successful quilt books: Hand Quilted with Love (published by CICO Books in 2013), Material Obsession: Contemporary Quilt Designs, Material Obsession Two: Shared Inspiration, and Quilting: From Little Things. She is also the co-author (with Amy Lobsiger) of 'Little Quilts' for CICO Books. Sarah is based in New South Wales, Australia.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781782497455
ISBN-10: 1782497455
Publisher: CICO Books
Publication Date: July 9th, 2019
Pages: 160
Language: English

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