Synopses & Reviews
Quilter Tonye Belinda Phillips' passion for folk art inspired her to develop a simple method for making stunning hand-appliquand#233;d quilts. In this beautiful volume, Tonye reveals the techniques she's discovered on her quilting journey: ideas for choosing fabrics, working with color, and creating the appliquand#233; shapes, as well as placing, basting, and stitching them up. The 20 bright and cheerful projects include a basic basket-shaped pattern, an updated floral motif with playful spirals, and a garden-themed design with watering cans.and#160;
About the Author
After many years of knitting, embroidery, and cross-stitch, Tonye Belinda Phillips discovered and fell in love with quilting, especially hand quilting and appliquand#233;. She teaches an occasional quilting or knitting class at The Stitchin' Post in Sisters, Oregon, and her work has been featured in several publications including Transitions
, by Andrea Balosky, Through the Garden Gate
, by Jean and Valori Wells, and Quilted Memories
, by Mary Lou Weidman. To see more of Tonye's work, visit tonyebelindaphillips.com.