Start to Quilt by Miriam Edwards
  

Synopsis

Start to Quilt by Miriam Edwards

This exciting series teaches youngsters all about the wonderful world of textiles while building up skills and confidence. Inspirational pictures and clear, step-by-step photographs show young readers how easy it can be to create their own special projects. In this book, Miriam Edwards teaches the basics of quilting and goes on to show in easy steps how to make fun projects such as a phone pouch, a book cover, bags and a wild and wonderful wall hanging.

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Aimed primarily at teenagers, this super title is one of a series that teaches basic craft skills combined with fun projects. -- Sewing World

About the Author

Miriam Edwards comes from a long line of dressmakers and tailors. Her mother taught her to make clothes for her dolls and then for herself, and alter she did the same for her own children. Miriam discovered patchwork when she went to the National Parchwork Championships with friends in 1992. She was enthralled by what she saw and came home weighed down with fabrics. She soon started attending classes and made her first quilt in 1993. In 2001 she became a Young Quilter's Representative, and she now holds regular children's workshops. Her patterns have been published in Patchwork and Quilting and Fabrications magazines.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
48 pages
Interest Age: 10 - 14 years

Author

Miriam Edwards
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Publisher

Search Press Ltd

Publication date

31st January 2007

ISBN

9781844481095


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