The Uncommon Quilter

Inside The Uncommon Quilter:

  • Foreword by Karey Bresenhan, Director, International Quilt Festival, and Author, Creative Quilting; The Journal Quilt Project.
  • Introduction by Jeanne Williamson
  • Getting Started Chapter
  • 52 small quilts with step-by-step illustrated instructions. Jeanne also shares what inspirated her to make each quilt. The book is divided into four chapters, Plastic, Paper, Surface Design and Fiber. There is no need to buy expensive materials when creating these quilts. Most of the materials used can be found around your home or neighborhood.
  • Resource list of where to find supplies.
  • Index

Table of Contents

About the book:

  • 52 - 8" x 10" or smaller quilt projects, which can be completed in anywhere from twenty minutes to a few days, and do not require previous quilting experience.
  • No need to buy expensive materials. Most of the materials used to make the quilts can be found around your home or neighborhood.
  • Instructions are illustrated, and include inches and centimeters.
  • While geared towards sewers, the instructions can be modified so non-sewers and children can create similar small collages instead of small quilts.

The Uncommon Quilter, by Jeanne Williamson, is a 160 page paperback book, published by Potter Craft (October 9, 2007).
ISBN-10: 0307381226
ISBN-13: 978-0307381224

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Photo credit: Art photos by David Caras

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