I seem to have quite a stack of new book piling up on my quilting table--I thought I would share a few!
|Well, this isn't a book obviously.|
I won this pile of very generous half yard cuts during the Henry Glass blog hop to introduce their new book A Flair for Fabric.
I also won an virtual (e-book) copy of the book which featured quilts designed by Henry Glass fabric designers such as Kim Diehl, Buggy Barn, and Heather Mulder Peterson (just to name a few!).
There are great designs in the book--made with Henry Glass fabrics, of course!
|I also won this book from Debby Kratovil in September.|
I found it very interesting--I learned a lot about the history of our national anthem that I never knew!
|Okay, back to quilts!|
My sister's and I usually go for gift cards for our birthdays--easy to mail!
My sister Mary gifted me with an Amazon card this year, so I picked up a couple books that I had in my Wish List.
|I've had a lot of fun reading about this crazy silk coverlet!|
It's the oldest dated piece of patchwork in Britain--very fragile!
There are patterns for the 69 blocks that make up the design--I think it would look great recreated with Cherrywood fabrics.
|This is one filled with fun scrappy quilts.|
You know I love scrappy!
|The back of the book gives you some idea of what's inside--there are several quilts I would love to make from this book!|