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Quilt A Gift For Little Ones 22 Heart-Felt Projects for Babies by Barri Sue Gaudet

Quilt A Gift For Little Ones 22 Heart-Felt Projects for Babies


Quilt A Gift For Little Ones 22 Heart-Felt Projects for Babies by Barri Sue Gaudet

The projects in this title combine simple patchwork and applique, felt and trim embellishments, and decorative stitchery. Each chapter has its own charming motif and colour theme, and the gift ideas cover a range of baby's needs in the first two years of life. Stitchers can create, whatever time they have available, with each chapter offering designs that can be completed in 2 hours, two days or two weeks.

About the Author

Barri Sue Gaudet runs her own stitchery and quilt pattern design company, Bareroots, producing kits that are sold internationally; particularly popular in the USA, UK, Norway, Sweden and Australia. She lives in June Lake, California.

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Publication date

26th August 2011


Barri Sue Gaudet

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David & Charles


128 pages


Quiltmaking, patchwork & applique



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