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Piece by Piece Machine Applique

Piece by Piece Machine Applique

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Item Number: 7073
By: Sharon Schamber, Cristy Fincher
From: American Quilter's Society (February 01, 2007)

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Review of Piece by Piece Machine Applique — Review by Anonymous
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Achieve the fabulous look of hand appliqué by machine with Sharon Schamber’s latest book, written in collaboration with her daughter Cristy Fincher. The authors offer three innovative methods for turned-edge appliqué, raw-edge appliqué, and paperless paper piecing. After years of experimenting with different products, Sharon has a list of tools that help her produce stunning quilts. Of particular interest is the complete pattern for Sharon’s award-winning quilt Scarlet Serenade, and a photo gallery of Sharon’s many other quilts. Joli Hines Sayasane, Quilters Newsletter magazine, November 2007, page 79 (Posted on 10/30/07)
Review of Piece by Piece Machine Applique — Review by Anonymous
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Sharon Schamber and Cristy Fincher’s “Piece-by-Piece: Machine Appliqué” offers appliqué artists three different methods for creating an appliqué quilt. All patterns needed to put together such a piece are included, along with plenty of color photos, easy step-by-step directions, and tips on joining blocks. Quilters interested in creating a unique machine appliqué piece will relish it. Review source: The Midwest Book Review, California Bookwatch, October 2007 (Posted on 10/30/07)
Review of Piece by Piece Machine Applique — Review by Anonymous
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Interested in learning how to machine appliqué? Mother-daugher duo Sharon Schamber and Cristy Fincher teamed up to create a visually stunning book packed with step-by-step photos that demonstrate every phase of three different appliqué techniques: turned-edge appliqué, raw-edge appliqué, and paperless paper piecing. Loaded with tips that only a pro would know, the book also contains all the patterns for making Scarlet Serenade, Sharon’s award-winning quilt that won Best of Show at International Quilt Market in Houston, Texas, and Best Longarm Quilting Award at the American Quilter’s Society Show in Paducah, Kentucky. Anyone interested in learning about or enhancing machine embroidery skills will enjoy this book. Review source: The Quilter, September 2007, page 94 (Posted on 10/30/07)

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