Kids Can Quilt

Kids Can Quilt

Fun and Easy Projects for your Small Quilter

Book - 2004
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Baker & Taylor
Introduces basic quilting skills, including making templates, setting-in patches, cutting, and stitching.

Barron's Educational Publishing
Part of being a kid is having a natural talent for getting together with friends for fun—and quilting is a great get-together fun activity! Now, here’s the idea-packed, color illustrated book to get kids started. Eighteen projects are clearly and attractively presented, with diagrams, materials lists, patterns to follow, and detailed instructions. Introductory chapters outline materials and equipment, and explain different types of quilting. Projects include —
  • An elephant quilt for a bed or as a wall hanging
  • A snuggle rug, edged with a professional looking blanket stitch
  • A jazzy tote bag with lace and fancy fabrics
  • A hexagon mat for Mom’s dining table . . . and many more
Step-by-step photos show all the essential skills, including making templates, setting-in patches, cutting, and stitching. Kids will thrill with the satisfaction that comes with making and customizing their own garments, gifts, and accessories. More than 350 color illustrations.

Publisher: Hauppauge, N.Y. : Barron's Educational Series, c2004
Edition: 1st ed. for North America
ISBN: 9780764127700
Characteristics: 128 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm


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