Shizuko Kuroha is a Japanese authority who has dedicated the last 30 years to the research, study and transformation into quilts of antique Japanese fabrics, both precious and commonplace.
Shizuko’s passion for quilting, and particularly for Japanese indigo and sarasa fabrics, motivated her to open her own school in Japan. An inspiration to students around the world, Shizuko’s secret lies in her diversity, perseverance and perpetual quest for improving her techniques. Shizuko is an undeniably renowned artist and quilt story-teller.
Inside, 17 projects of varying difficulty await – luscious quilts, mini-quilt panels and ornate bags are presented in an authentic Japanese setting, taking you on an aesthetic journey like no other.
From Quiltmania with text in English and French. Includes full size pattern pull-outs.$69.99
After the international success of her first two books, Willyne Hammerstein is back in this third volume of Millefiori with awealth of 18 new quilts.
In this work, she continues to explore the richness of the Passacaglia design in brilliant compositions that are skillfully coloured; her imagination has no bounds!$64.99
Betsy Chutchian presents 21 everyday quilts in the colours of the seasons she experiences in her Texas home. She uses a range of small quilts, lap quilts and larger quilts for the bed to bring warmth to her varied collections of baskets, dishes, bowls, folk art and more.
The book features the fine colour photography showing how the author has used the quilts to decorate her home and of course there are full instructions and excellent line drawings to support creation of each project.
From Quiltmania with text in English and French.$64.99
Stacy West’s book is filled to the brim with 32 projects that are perfect for beginners and advanced makers alike. Her work captures the essence of Folk Art and Stacy’s creative force touches upon a large array of mediums. The book covers everything from quilts to rug hooking to punch needle and wool appliqué to turn your home into a seasonal cornucopia of cute decorations.
From Quiltmania with text in English and French and featuring gorgeous photography of the projects, abundant templates and a pull-out pattern sheet. There is a seasonal project for everyone!
Spring 5 patterns:
- Tulip and Bunny Pouch-mat
- Tulip and Bunny Panel
- April Cotton and Wool Runner
- Spring Stars Pillow
- Bunny and Flower hooked Mini Mat
Summer 6 patterns:
- Be Mine Pillow Tuck
- Strawberry Patch Quilt
- Strawberry Basket Pillow
- Hooked Primitive Strawberry
- Live Simply (as shown on cover)
- Tomato Pincushion Mat
Autumn 12 patterns:
- Halloween is Near Quilt
- Mr Tom Wall Hanging
- Scarecrow Winston
- Boo Says the Olde Owl Runner
- Mr Moon Pillows
- A Full Moon Table Runner
- A Full Moon Hooked Rug
- Halloween Punched Mini Ornies
- Primitive Turkey Pin Cushion
- Judith’s Woolen Pumpkins
- 3 pumpkins Pinkeeps
Winter 9 patterns:
- Let it Snow Quilt
- Joy "ous" Table Topper
- Winter Holly Mat
- Patchwork Snowman Heart
- Snowman Heart Pillow
- Live each Season Winter
- Framed Holly Star Quilt
- Patchwork Snowman with Heart
- Woolen Hooked Frosty
Di Ford is back and this time around, she is here to tell you the story of fabrics! Learn how Di chooses and uses fabrics in order to embellish her quilts. Enhance the character and grandeur of your quilts with the help of Di’s 14 new and magnificent quilts!
Fussy cutting, appliqué, English paper piecing and broderie perse (Persian embroidery), all of Di’s favourite techniques, are also explained in a handy technical chapter.
From Quiltmania, with text in both English and French.$69.99
Belgian-born Mieke Duyck is definitely a quilter of her time! Mieke draws inspiration from her origins to drive her joy-filled imagination.
Making Happy Quilts, Miekes's first book, is a charming and refreshing collection of her latest original quilts with 18 projects, both small and large.
From Quiltmania with text in both English and French.$64.99