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All My Thanks and Love to Quilts - Japanese Text

All My Thanks and Love to Quilts - Japanese Text
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by Keiko Goke

Keiko Goke gives all of her thanks and love to quilts with this 'heart'-warming book dedicated to her signature quilt designs full of color and life. See how she embellishes with thread, buttons, appliqués, fabric dyeing and more. Be inspired to make pieces small enough for a frame or large enough for the couch. Hearts, geometrics, dots and letters abound! The text is in Japanese, but step-by-step diagrams will guide you through the entire process of each project. Beautiful color photos fill the pages. Appropriate for all levels of quilters. 'All My Thanks and Love to Quilts' by Keiko Goke, soft cover book with 112 pages, book is written in Japanese.
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