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Natural Patchwork: 26 Stylish Projects Inspired by Flowers, Fabric, and Home
Whether you are at home or out enjoying a walk on a wooded path, you can add a touch of color and comfort to your daily routines with one or more of the twenty-six projects featured here. By using the patchwork placemats to enliven your dining experience or by taking the hexagon patchwork bag on a picnic in a meadow, you never have to stray too far from the comfort of patc ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published April 12th 2011 by Roost Books
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This is a nice little book. There are 26 patchwork projects included. The patterns were nice and the objects functional. They were the sort of things that are commonly shown inthis sort of book. The items themselves were visually interesting combining patchwork and applique. They had a sort of austere shabby chic look. The colors are muted and the edges ragged. I thought I would be most likely to make the house slippers. The book included a resource list at the back which was nice.
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Suzuko Koseki's Natural Patchwork: 26 Stylish Projects Inspired by Flowers, Fabric, and Home (Make Good: Crafts + Life) is a beautifully photographed book with charming quilted country items for household use. The projects are simple and the directions give even beginning quilters adequate instruction. Further discussion of various quilting techniques may help the novice get started quilting. While the projects are nothing new, they may prove to be an inspiration to someone wanting to begin quil ...more
It's not a good sign when I can go through a craft or quilt book in 5 minutes. I was struck by very few of the projects, and those I did glance at, I could find in other books with what I consider to be better instructions. I said of her last book that I didn't like the patterns/instructions being separate from the photos of the projects, and that holds true of this book as well. I think I simply do not have the same style as this author.