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How can you portray the splendor of a garden with merely black and white? With dashes of color on a dramatic black-and-white background! Bring your fabric garden to life using easy fusible appliqué, foundation piecing, and strip piecing. The patterns are easily adaptable to hand appliqué as well. Quilts are shown in both black-and-white and color versions, encouraging quilters to choose their own palette. Fabric selection tips, full-size appliqué and paper-piecing templates, guidance on quilting, embellishment suggestions, and sewing instructions are all provided. Cultivate your fabric choices and embellishments to tend and grow some fabulous quilts!
|Number of Pages||80|
|Number of Illustrations||130|
|Dimensions||8.50" x 11.00" x .25"|
|Publisher||American Quilter's Society|
- Garden quilt project to suit every decor. — Review by Connie Krochmal
- Review of A Black & White Garden — Review by Quilter's World
I bet you think her quilts are boring--if so, you are wrong. It isn’t easy to create projects using these two non-colors, but each quilt in “A Black & White Garden” is an interesting study of flowers. There is always added color, but Kay’s claim to fame is using black and white.
Just in case you don’t like black and white quilts, Kay has provided a colored sample of the projects to help you envision them in color. She knows not everyone shares her fascination with quilts with just a few splashes of color. It might be time for you to try making a small quilt garden, and whether you choose to use black and white or color, you will enjoy the patterns in this book.--SLH (Posted on 12/22/08)
- Review of A Black & White Garden — Review by The Bookwatch