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The Patchwork Lesson Book - TEXT IN JAPANESE

The Patchwork Lesson Book - TEXT IN JAPANESE
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by Shizuko Kuroha

Beloved Japanese quilter and teacher, Shizuko Kuroha, offers detailed instructions on completing different patchwork projects and suggests color combinations. Piecing tips, quilting without a hoop, basting and binding techniques are just some of the lessons that will help you arrange 19 traditional patterns into a sampler quilt. Photos of the wrong side of the quilt will show you the seam pressing techniques. Keep this book as a textbook to confirm your skills and refine your design. Well illustrated with step-by-step photographs, full-size pattern sheet, and so many easy to understand diagrams and illustrations, you don't even need to know Japanese to be able to glide through this inspiring book! 'The Patchwork Lesson Book - From Designing to Piecing' by Shizuko Kuroha, softcover with 103 pages. TEXT IS IN JAPANESE.

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