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Optical Illusions
(BOOKS)
Product No: 44879
Supplier Code: KCS136-8
Designer/Artist: Kansas City Star Quilts


Our Price: $ 19.95

Innovative Designs for the Modern Quilter, by nine top designers. Nine modern quilters accepted our challenge: Design a quilt with a strong optical illusion that is distinctively modern. The result is this book, filled with nine exciting quilt designs. Many are surprisingly simple to make, but a few present challenges for seasoned quilters. Most are simple pieced designs, while some add a little variety, such as raw-edge applique. Quilting expert Angela Walters contributes advice for quilting optical illusion designs. Her tips, illustrated by quilting throughout the book, will help as you consider how to quilt your next modern quilt.


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Related: [Multiple crafts/projects] [Modern]


Pieced Hexies A New Tradition in English Paper Piecing
(BOOKS)
Product No: 39674
Supplier Code: KCS062-0
Designer/Artist: Kansas City Star Quilts


Our Price: $ 26.95

This innovative technique turns English Paper Piecing on its head. Follow Mickey Depre as she twists and turns and just can't stop creating these new hexagon - ahem! Hexie - designs. First learn this technique, which Mickey describes in exacting detail. Then apply it to any hexagon project you see, even if it's in your own imagination. They're bold, they're contemporary. And the possibilities are endless! As Mickey says: "So let's begin ... and don't blame me ... they are addicting. You have been forewarned."


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Related: [Hexagons] [Multiple crafts/projects]


Piecing the Past
(BOOKS)
Product No: 24192
Supplier Code: KCS39-5
Designer/Artist: Kansas City Star Quilts


Our Price: $ 26.95

Vintage Quilts Recreated.
Lynn will guide you through the easy steps to recreate a favorite quilt. Patterns are furnished for 11 pieced quilts and several projects: pillows, pincushions, and a very special doll quilt. Lynn also shares the story of KTQ, along with recollections of her family's Kansas history.


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Portrait of A Lady
(BOOKS)
Product No: 28772
Supplier Code: KCS20361
Designer/Artist: McCourt, Christina
Publisher: Kansas City Star Quilts


Our Price: $ 24.95

Life is a journey. In Portrait of a Lady, Christina McCourt traces the journey of her grandmother with a stunning quilt that features blocks representing the different stages of a woman's life. Pub.Feb-2013


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Related: [Frontier] [Antique]


Pretty Petals More Fantastical Designs
(BOOKS)
Product No: 24164
Supplier Code: KCS039-2
Designer/Artist: Kansas City Star Quilts


Our Price: $ 25.95

It's the love of flowers, and the sketches they inspired, that grew into Sheri Howard's "Pretty Petals" quilt. "Pretty Petals" is a collection of whimsical flowers drawn from fond memories and a colorful imagination.


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Related: [Floral/Flowers]


Prized Quilts - The Omaha World-Herald Quilt Contests
(BOOKS)
Product No: 44888
Supplier Code: KCS104-7
Designer/Artist: Kansas City Star Quilts


Our Price: $ 27.95

From 1931 to 1940, the Omaha-World Herald encouraged readers to make quilts from patterns published in the paper and then enter them to be exhibited and judged at local department stores. Quilts came by the hundreds, and viewers came by the thousands. It was the Great Depression, and valuable prizes, such as furniture, refrigerators, bicycle and linens, enticed people of all ages to enter this prestigious contest. Ten timeless designs selected from patterns published in the paper have been redrafted for today’s quilter. Whether you enjoy patchwork, foundation piecing or appliqué, you can craft your very own prized quilt.


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Related: [Multiple crafts/projects] [30s]


Quilting the Garden
(BOOKS)
Product No: 27940
Supplier Code: KCSB413
Designer/Artist: Kansas City Star Quilts


Our Price: $ 24.95

These quilt patterns reflect a gorgeous seasonal container- garden theme. Two versions of quilts are presented, plus many projects. Plus hints on container gardening by Ricki Creamer.


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Related: [Seasonal] [Garden] [Multiple crafts/projects]


Reminiscing A Whimsical Collection
(BOOKS)
Product No: 12046
Supplier Code: KCS80-4
Designer/Artist: Kansas City Star Quilts


Our Price: $ 24.95

Terri Degenkolb offers a mix of primitive and folk art, With a healthy dose of tradition thrown in in this Collection of Whimsical quilts projects. Terri shares Personal observations of what inspired her imaginative quilts and projects.


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Related: [Folk Art] [Applique]


Revival !
(BOOKS)
Product No: 39677
Supplier Code: KCS085-9
Designer/Artist: Kansas City Star Quilts


Our Price: $ 27.95

The Colonial Revival era linked quiltmakers' busy hands with a longing for the past, especially Colonial times. Member of the American Quilt Study Group accepted the challenge to study quilts of this era by making reproductions of Colonial Revival quilts from the early 20th century. Included in the book are 28 study quilts, with patterns for 10. Fifteen of the 28 quilts are traveling across the country in a special exhibit. The American Quilt Study Group is believed to be the oldest and largest member organization dedicated to quilt-related studies in the world. AQSG is a non-profit research organization with more than 1,000 members in the U. S. And abroad. Founded in 1980 in Mill Valley, California, by Sally Garoutte with a small group gathered around Sally's kitchen table, AQSG has grown into a unique and highly respected organization. The American Quilt Study Group sets standards for quilt studies and provides opportunities to increase knowledge about quilts and textiles, their history, and their place in society. AQSG members encompass all age groups and include quilters and non-quilters alike. Membership is comprised of traditional and contemporary quilt artists, quilt lovers, historians, researchers, collectors, dealers, folklorists, authors, museum curators, quilt appraisers, and students of women's studies.


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Roaring Through the 20's
(BOOKS)
Product No: 24203
Supplier Code: KCS55-5
Designer/Artist: Kansas City Star Quilts


Our Price: $ 28.95

Paper pieced Quilts from the Flapper Era
Carolyn McCormick, inventor of the Add-a-Quarter Ruler, brings you a pair of delightful paper pieced sampler quilts using patterns from the 20s. You can choose to make a large quilt using the twenty 10-inch patterns or a miniature using the 4-inch patterns. She’s even included a bonus 10-inch pattern for a Ribbon Border!
Roaring Through the 20s gives you a glimpse of the flapper era with vignettes straight from a 1920s era Montgomery Ward’s catalogue. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could still buy a treadle sewing machine for $19.48!


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Related: [Foundation Paper Piecing] [Sampler]


Scraps and Shirttails 2
(BOOKS)
Product No: 24214
Supplier Code: KCS76-0
Designer/Artist: Kansas City Star Quilts


Our Price: $ 24.95

Continuing the Art of Quilting Green
Bonnie Hunter showed us the relationship between quilting green and quilting thrifty. Now she’s back for a second round of quilting green in Scraps & Shirttails II.
Quiltmakers have always known how to reuse, re-purpose and recycle their stashes to make warm and functional quilts. Today, those concepts take on a whole new meaning for quilters who find it important to help make our world a little greener.
This long-awaited sequel continues the art of quilting green with 13 new projects that help you reuse, re-purpose and recycle your scraps into beautiful quilts.


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Related: [Go Green] [Scrappy]


She Came From Kansas - A Sampler Quilt Celebrating Remarkable Kansas Women
(BOOKS)
Product No: 44884
Supplier Code: KCS098-9
Designer/Artist: Kansas City Star Quilts


Our Price: $ 26.95

Quilt blocks celebrating 12 Kansas women make up this commemorative sampler quilt, an ideal block-of-the-month project. A history lesson for each of these 12 fascinating women comes with each block. Follow Kansas’ proud history through well-known characters such as Amelia Earhart and Carrie Nation. Learn about some born in Kansas who found fame elsewhere, such as Academy Award-winner Hattie McDaniel. Others made their mark in Kansas, such as the first female dentist, Lucy Hobbs Taylor. Fun, smaller projects include a Fly High quilt, a table runner and a paper-pieced doll quilt.


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Related: [Blocks]

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