Saturday, July 12, 2014

2014 Summer Book Club: Playful Petals by Corey Yoder

Hello everyone! Welcome back to our 2014 Summer Book Club. Today we are featuring Playful Petals by Corey Yoder of Little Miss Shabby. There are eighteen beautiful quilting projects that range from pillows to quilts. Using one simple petal shape template, precuts and basic piecing technique, you'll be able to create these eighteen beautiful quilts. We know that many of you might be intimidated by applique, but in this book, Corey will teach you all about the basics of applique and how simple it can be!

Jocelyn caught up with Corey at the 2014 Spring International Quilt Market!







It's time for our 2014 Summer Book Club giveaway! We are giving away a stash of books to ten lucky winners from now until the end of August. To enter, comment below and let us know if you've tried using applique before. One winner will be picked each week and all the winners will be announced August 26th. Good Luck and happy quilting! 

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gailss said...

Yes....and love doing all kinds of applique projects. These petals look interesting and looks like some really great projects.

Georgi said...

I've only done one applique project, but I'd really love to do more! Thanks for the chance ~ fingers crossed!

Brita said...

I do enjoy applique sometimes, but it takes so long, and I'm always in a hurry to get things done!

Anonymous said...

Applique is fun! and that book looks really fun!!

parrak@hotmail.com

blocksandmore said...

I like to change up my quilts every once in a while so YES I applique.

Bonnie Malcolm said...

Yes I have tried applique but I need to take a class and practice. Some of the techniques are difficult for me so I would love to have a book that explains the process very easily and I will be able to complete in my own projects.

dolores said...

I do love to applique but I don't know how to needle turn so I'm looking forward to getting that skill under my belt...or onto some fabric!:)

Linda said...

HI,yes I love to machine+hand applique!This book looks great! Thanks for sharing!

msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Golden Girl said...

Yes, in high school I did make a skirt with appliqué sailboats and I do not think I ever wore it. I think the new fusible web helps the fabric stay secure and is a better outcome. I plan to give it another try in a quilt. :)

Neva A said...

Yes. I like machine applique the best.

Lani Glasser said...

I have done machine applique but not much hand work. This book looks amazing!

Anonymous said...

I've done a very limited amount of machine applique- but probably not in the "correct" or best manner :) Would love to learn more! Thanks- Sarah: crjandsbj(at)netzero(dot)com

Patty said...

II have done LOTS of fusible appliqué but not much of the traditional needle-turn or spray starch method of appliqué. For me, it is a slower process than sitting and piecing.

Tiara said...

I've tried needle turn applique and machine applique. I hope to try freezer paper next bc neither are really successful for me

Carol said...

I've done lots of appliqué, hand and machine. This is a awesome book with several projects I want to make.

Billy'sgirl said...

I actually just purchased this book recently to make my first appliqued pillow. Well, technically, my second, but the first one was a disaster since I tried to do it without any guidance or instruction.
This book is wonderful, with a great many projects that I'm looking forward to making.

Ang-e said...

I've tried applique but was a miserable failure. I hope to learn the proper way to do it soon.

CarolT said...

I haven't tried appliqué yet and I want to try it. I also want to buy this book.

Judith said...

The only applique I've done is sewing dresden plates to their backing. This was many years ago, and that experience put me off off trying applique again. It's time that I got over it, and Cory's pretty--and very modern--patterns are just the motivation I need. Thanks for the chance to win.

Deborah @Patchwork Atelier said...

Yes..... I LOVE applique!!!
This book looks amazing - Thanks for sharing!!

Deborah @Patchwork Atelier said...

Yes..... I LOVE applique!!!
This book looks amazing - Thanks for sharing!!

Rebecca said...

Some of my applique looks better then others!!!

Quilter Kathy said...

YES! I am practicing that very same shape using needle turn method. Who knew there was a whole book about it! Awesome!

Just Sew Sue said...

I rarely do any applique though I can - I prefer die cut applique, bondaweb and button hole stitch.

Brenda said...

Yes, I've done applique before. Love Corey's use of colors.

Lisa Johnson said...

Have only done a tiny amount of applique and that was using a machine. I love the look of applique though and need to get a lot better at it so I can do more projects with it.

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

The book looks wonderful! I haven't been doing appliqué long but I love it!

Ella said...

I've tried fusible applique and a few other methods. I'm not great at needle turned.

Teresa Stanulis said...

I've done needle turn appliqué a couple of times and fusible appliqué many times. I finish the edges with either a hand or machine blanket stitch. What I really love is wool appliqué because the edges don't fray!
tstanulis@verizon.net

Anita said...

I have done applique, both fusible and needle turn.
I would love to win the book. Thanks for the giveaway!

Carol said...

I've done applique on several quilts, but always by machine.

Pat said...

I have done hand applique in the past and really enjoyed it. In recent years, I've done machine piecing only (mostly baby quilts and small patchwork projects) but this book looks beautiful and I'd love to try machine applique!

pharmgirl75 said...

I am just starting my third appliqué project. Ik forward to trying more.

Anne D said...

I have done a little appliqué but I do not feel confident at all about taking on new projects. The book looks great. I love coreys blog. Thanks for a great giveaway.

Tanya Quilts in CO said...

Most of the appliqué I do is either with wool felt and perle cotton or with Wonder Under and my machine's buttonhole stitch.

Debi Horne said...

Long time ago I tried my hand at Hawaiian quilting. I started with a pillow, thinking it would be small. Needless to say my pineapples were crooked...that was my last applique. But that was before glue and adhesive webbing. I'd love to give it another try!

Alice Ronne said...

I've just started doing some applique work using my machine and by hand. Thanks for the chance to win this book!

Janarama said...

I love doing applique and would love to win a copy of the book.

Melanie said...

I want to learn to appliqué...love that cover quilt!

Christine M said...

I have done lots of applique on small quilts but mainly button-hole. I have done a little needle turn applique. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

Karen said...

I've never appliqued and I'm a little afraid actually. I need to buy this book!

Janet M said...

I have done some traditional applique and would love to do some more with a modern look.

DebrafromMD said...

Yes, I love all kinds of appliqué.

Elaine said...

I have done a little applique! Love the look it makes and the handmade touch! This book looks so fun!
satterfieldfamily@sbcglobal.net

Judy1522 said...

I have done a little machine applique years ago and currently am working on a wool applique project.

Granny Maud's Girl said...

I love appliqué, especially by hand. It is so relaxing!

Anonymous said...

I love applique and I've just started a wall quilt using floral applique blocks.
wlinda_ca at yahoo dot com

kay said...

I love machine-finished applique! I could never get the hang of hand applique, but other methods are lots of fun.

Allison C said...

My first quilt had y seams and appliqué, but I haven't tried it since. Not sure why, but I need to rectify that.

Laura B said...

I really like machine appliqué. I love the shape of these petals!

Country Girl said...

I really enjoy doing applique. I am always looking for new patterns and new techniques to improve my piecing and quilting. This book looks great!

llavmc said...

I have never done applique but recently bought a craftsy class to learn how. I love the petal quilt and the cover of the book and am hoping that I will win one.

Linda Wujcik said...

I am a new quilter but I have done one appliqué. It was a swap...when I signed up I thought "how hard can it be." LOL imakejoy@aol.com

Kay Eubank said...

Working on my first applique project Slow going

Janan said...

Yes, I love applique. The petals shown here are fun. I like the designs.
I love to do wool applique, and I love to make tiny bias stems with flowers and leaves.

susan718 said...

I love applique. I have done a few in round robins and on my own quilts. thanks for the great giveaway!

Betty said...

I have tried applique, but must admit it is not my favorite thing to do. However, I certainly do admire the beautiful works of art that other quilters have made.

Tamie said...

I've tried appliqué several times but it doesn't come real easy to me.

Diane said...

I've only done one appliqué project but have a few more projects on the list to do. Thanks!

Melanie said...

Yes, I have done appliqué. And I have been admiring this book for awhile now. Would love to have it.

Carol Schall said...

Yes, I did one applique project when I hand pieced a small wall hanging years ago and had given it to my teenage daughter. Now you have me wondering if she still has it in her possession. I love this book because to me it is whimsical and I love whimsy. I would love to have it.

Julia said...

I made a one block table mat for my first applique project a few years back. I then made a lap quilt using a pattern from "With Fabric &Thread". I still haven't decided if I'm a fan of applique or not. Either way, I love the outcome!

Patti said...

I've only tried machine applique so far.

Linda King said...

I have done a couple of applique projects, but i am always feeling uneasy, unsure of myself. I would love to learn more. Thank you for giving me a chance to win this book.

delaineelliott said...

I have done a lot of appliqué. My favorite method is finished edge appliqué sewn down with satin stitch around the edges. Thanks!

Please click in the delaineelliott above for my email link.

Beverly said...

I just finished my first appliqué quilt using the starch method. Never thought I would enjoy appliqué so much but am now hooked and can't wait to pick my next project.

Denise in PA said...

I love applique! I do more machine applique than by hand, but do love both! This book looks beautiful!

Becky Hobza said...

No, I have not tried it, but I think it would be fun to learn.

Jeneta said...

I have done a fair bit of fusible applique by hand. I need to try it with my machine now!

Karen said...

I have done a very basic applique flower, but I look forward to the day when I attempt something more involved.

Jen Barnard said...

I have tried a little bit of applique, I'd like to more soon.
jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

Anonymous said...

I love the look of appliqué but am a bit intimidated by it. Would like to learn how to do it!

Nettie said...

Yes, I have "dabbled" in appliqué and I really love it. My favorite is wool appliqué. The wool fabric feels so cozy and does not fray for the most part.

I also like to do the spray starch-freezer paper method, turning the edges under with my tiny iron. It is quite a relaxing method, and the results are amazing.

Corey's book looks inviting! Love those petals.
Thanks! nettiecrain@live.com

Cindy Pilkington said...

I've done a little needle turn appliqué in the past and I would love to hone my skills even more. I love the scrappy fabric colors in the petals quilt. Thanks for the giveaway!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I have done lots of applique but none recently!

Nancy Jean Tobin said...

My very first quilt was done with quite a bit of appliqué and I've been in love ever since. I especially love needle turn!
Xo

sueH said...

I need a refresher course in applique....it's been a while.

Vicky said...

I love needle turn applique, but I've never tried machine applique. That's next on my list to learn to do. Must get this book!6691

Alicia Key said...

yes, I've done some machine applique. The only hand applique I've done is the wool on cotton by Lisa Bongean. I appliqued small petal shapes on a drunkards path quilt once- waited until it was on the quilting frame & then sewed them on.

juliehallfeldhaus said...

I'm working on one now:) Thanks for the chance to win some books.

Margaret Doro said...

Yes I have done both blanked stitch by hand using applique techniques which I enjoy very much. I have also done applique on the machine but prefer to do it by hand if possible.

Diana Collins said...

No I haven't tried applique yet but it is on my to do list. Only been piecing/quilting for about 9 months so far so. This book looks like a wonderful addition for me. Thanks for the giveaway.

Michelle W said...

I am very interested in appliqué and have made a minor attempt. Maybe this would help me motivate me to just do it!

Gill said...

I've done some raw edge applique!

amcar said...

I love appliqué and I have done several small projects. I always have some type of hand work on the go to sit down and relax with.

Heather said...

I use applique on most of my projects! Simply or difficult, I love it all.

Marie G said...

Yes, and I love the colors and freshness of these petals

DonnaM said...

I love applique and find it very relaxing. The pedals are adorable.

Jennifer said...

I learned to do applique this year from a guild meeting and I LOVE it!! I search out new applique projects now.

OhioLori said...

Actually am working on an Applique wallhanging! My first try at applique...and am loving it! Would love to have this book!! Pictures are inspiring for sure!! :)

Cathrina Khoo said...

I just started to applique and enjoy it very much. The book looks awesome :) Thank you for the chance to win the book.

fda84e44-8b88-11e3-add3-000bcdca4d7a said...

This looks like a great book - cover quilt is so pretty and fresh looking - lots of really interesting ideas - great book - what fun it would be to play with..
Thanks for the chance
MaryLou
Fun4Me1249@aol.com

Carla said...

Hi there! Yes I have done some appliqué but I'm slow.
Would love this book

Kay said...

I have practiced applique, but never completed a project! :o

Geraldine van de kleut said...

I've never appliqued a quilt, although I have done stockings for the whole family with appliqued animals.
I have an applique quilt in the planning stages, tnough, for my grandbaby when she graduates from a crib.

Sandy said...

I've just appliquéd a couple of bunnies to a quilt of Moda's Sunnyside fabrics. They provide a whimsical finishing touch.
Thanks for another giveaway opportunity.

Sue Halter said...

I've done mostly machine embroidered applique, but I have done a few small projects using machine applique. Thanks for the giveaway.

Kathleen Reed said...

I love applique, but struggle with making it look nice and neat. News are most helpful.

kshackabq said...

Yes, indeed. I stayed away from it for years, but now that I've completed an appliqué quilt (actually a triptych wall hanging), I'm ready for more.

Susan said...

It's my birthday - love the post and yes, I do applique. I love doing it by hand, but recently am learning to do it with the machine. A little intimidating right now, but I think more durable for kids. So, I am working on the blanket stitch (by machine)for my grandkids. Would love this book and it would sure help me to be more confident! Thanks for the chance to win!

SallyC said...

I have done several applique wall hangings but never a quilt. Maybe I should try one.

Shirley sascott4@hotmail.com said...

What a lovely book. Thank you for the opportunity to win it. Yes, I've done applique. On two quilts I have flowers and vines on the corners, just that extra zip added to make the entire quilt pop.

Maricely said...

I love appliqué and go with fusible most every time. Every other quilt I make has some appliqué it adds so much dimension and interest, I don't get tired of it!!!

DuAnne said...

I love appliqué and have done several projects with it. Always looking for something new!

cakegirl said...

I've done a few small appliqué projects and would love to attempt a larger piece. This book looks like a wonderful guide and inspiration. Thanks for the great giveaway.

Peggy Anderson said...

Yes, I have done both hand and machine applique. I enjoy both. This is a lovely book. I think my granddaughter and I could find at least one quilt we would enjoy doing together. Thanks for sharing.

Barb said...

I made a few appliqué quilts many years ago and thought I was pretty proficient at it. Fast forward 30 years - recently tried a small appliqué project and boy, I need to go back to school! I think I need to tackle some practice pillow tops before I sew a quilt. I originally used needle turn appliqué. Now I would like to fuse and use my machine stitches to appliqué.

Barbara said...

This looks like a great book! Yes, I've tried both needle turn and machine applique. Machine applique is by far my favorite! Thank you for a great giveaway.

Donna W said...

Yes, I have done applique before, both by hand and machine. And, I love it! Look like a great book and would love to win a copy. Thanks

Cynthia said...

Yes, I've done a lot of hand appliqué and I really enjoy it!

Lee said...

I have done some machine applique, I would like to learn some hand applique techniques~!

swakins said...

I've done raw edge applique on a Christmas wreath wall hanging and right now I am part of a swap of appliqued primitive cat blocks with my guild. Having lots of fun with it.

Linda Nelson said...

Yes, but it has been years. Would love to get into applique again!

lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

Nita said...

Good morning! I do simple needle turn applique. This book looks right up my alley :)

Vicki H said...

I did one block years ago in a block of the month at a LQS.

Judy said...

I love to do repeat patters with my stash and this looks perfect - would love to play with these patterns!

debbymom said...

I love the portability of applique. And yes, there is a lot of work in those blocks. My favorite project was a "monster" quilt made from fabulous batiks for my daughter. Tried a Baltimore block of the month after that.

SSparks said...

I really like to applique! It is fun to have a project that I can do while I am away from my sewing machine. To me, hand sewing is very relaxing. This books looks fabulous!

Nancy said...

This would be perfect for my scraps! I hae only done ome machine appique. Never by and. Thanks for a chance to win this fabulous looking book

QuiltSue said...

I tried some very basic and simple applique recently and am about to embark on a more ambitious piece.

Barbara Beyun said...

This book looks great! I did an applique project many years ago. Perhaps it's time to try it again...

Connie Rhea said...

Yes, I applique and doing it helps my time go by gracefully as I must live in an assisted living home. I want to do gifts for my new friends with my lifetime stash.

Susan Stanton said...

I've just begun doing doing machine applique and I love it. One can be so creative with it.
yoyopattycakes@hotmail.com

sam said...

Love applique from the whimsical to elegant and serious.

annemarie said...

Yes I have tried applique but my skills are limited!

bestjlb said...

I have done hand and machine applique with fusible web. I have finished the edges with decorative stitches and left raw edges. I admit that I shy away from appliqué, though, and would like to be more comfortable with it. What a beautiful book! Thanks for the giveaway!

JudyCinNC said...

Love Corey's playfullness in her designs. Applique is one of my favorites - machine sewn or needle turn works for me. A wonderful giveaway and finally you do not have to be on Facebook to participate. Judy C in NC

Barbara said...

Love, Love, Love Applique by hand. Not so much by machine.

Donna Baker said...

I haven't tried it YET, but it's on my list of sewing things to try!!

Patti said...

I do appliqué all the time - it is my quilting method of choice!

Quilting Momma said...

I've just started machine applique ('cause it's faster!). I love sitting down and doing it by hand, but time gets in the way! Thanks for the chance at winning this beautiful book!

Cynthia Weeks said...

Yes, I have used applique on several projects. I used fusible for my pieces.

Beth said...

I have tried applique - sometimes better than others!

Sarina said...

Yes. Fusible appliqué on a few projects. I love my talking birds quilt! :)

Mary Ann said...

I like to do machine applique using a satin stitch.

Audrey said...

I love doing all kinds of applique though I enjoy hand applique the most. Corey's book looks like a winner. Thanks for offering a giveaway.

Linda Fleming said...

Thanks for a peek inside this book!
My favorite appliqué quilt was a baby quilt of animal heads each made from different fairy frost fabrics. I had so much fun making it for a friend's grandson.

Sharon said...

I love the look of applique. There are so many ways to use it. I would love to win the book.

Becky S. said...

I have made a few quilts with hand applique. The quilt I just finished has dresden plates.
Thanks for the chance to win.

Marie Chat said...

An 83 year old friend and quilter taught me how to do needle turn applique and we have a bee that meets twice a month. Now machine applique is still in the 'to do list" of learning. This book lookd like it would be the one to help me accomplish that. Thanks for the giveaway!

Sara T said...

I have a big applique project in the works. I'm slightly terrified but am determined to do it as best I can.

SunflowerSkies said...

I have not yet! Whenever I need applique done, I call up my mom because I'm too nervous to do it myself.

Trudy Keller said...

I have done a little raw edge applique. The book looks like so much fun!

M Elliott said...

a long time ago and it wasn't easy. willing to try again.

Kimberly Bills Mack said...

Have never tried appliqué, but ready to learn!

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Love applique needle turn or machine.

Four dogs and one quilter said...

One of my very first quilts was machine appliqué. Didn't know it was supposed to be hard just did it.

Karen in Breezy Point said...

I've tried it and I love it!

Sandy Lowery said...

I am working on an applique project right now..."In the Meadow we shall build a snowman" and I am getting tips off you tube. A book would be so much easier.

Anne said...

I've not a lot of applique but have a project I'll be starting this week that will use some applique.

SheilaS said...

I love applique! I think a good half of my quilts ARE appliqued-it's fun and it's a great stress buster besides! I also love your book. I am a traditional quilter but I found myself really liking the ones shown. Hope I win!

Dorothy H said...

I think this would be some handy books.. Love to do applique and even better.. I can use my stash!

Joyce said...

I love to do wool applique by hand and have done a couple of pieces using fusible for small quilts. Looks like a great book!

StarofMoonDancer said...

Fun because you can take it wherever you go...Thanks for the cnance..Love the playful petals..
Sandra Beck

Rani said...

I've only done some free hand appliqué work on Halloween stockings but would love to try out some of these patterns! They're so pretty.

sandyandcosmo said...

I do use applique, it's a good way to use up my stash and it adds another dimension to my quilts.

Jo said...

I tried it twice and both were disasters, but I eould love to try again.

Anonymous said...

I enjoy applique and have done BOM's that are all applique.

pennykitz said...

I love to play with appliqué. I like to take my daughter's drawings and turn them into appliqué. She likes my rendition of her art work. This looks like a very interesting book. Thank you for showing us. Really would be nice to have in my sewing library.

Anne Andrew said...

What a lovely fresh approach to the old appliqué methods I have used in the past.

Cecilia said...

I enjoy both needle turn and machine appliqué. Corey's book looks very interesting and I would love to make some of her projects. Thank you for the chance to win a copy of the book.

jmniffer said...

I have only begun to dabble in applique. I would love to learn more about machine, hand (starched) and needle turn methods. Thanks for the chance at this book.

Robin QUILTS OF COMFORT said...

I've never tried hand applique - only raw edge. Love the patterns in the book1

barb said...

Yes but I haven't done applique in a long time. I would love to try these beautiful quilts

Jodi said...

I've done one appliqué project a bunny table runner. I love her book, it is on my list to buy.

Heather said...

I like using applique to add accents to a project. At this point I haven't tried doing an entire applique quilt.

Susan said...

I have only done a few pieces of applique on a sampler quilt.

Erin McSweeney said...

i just made my first applique quilt..lots of fun i can't wait to learn more.

erin2470@hotmail.com

Cheryl said...

Love doing appliqué. Started out with clothing and now appliqué on quilts and smaller projects.

Farm Quilter said...

I have just learned to do applique, so I am quite the novice, but learning!!

Kris Ann Riddle said...

Yes I've done applique before. This new book looks awesome!!!

Anita said...

I've had some practice with machine quilting not much with hand appliqué. This book looks like it is full of fun projects.

Carol Jordan said...

I keep wanting to make something with applique, but get discouraged when it does not come out well. This book intrigues me because I think the focus is great and I like the fresh look.

Sarah said...

I like applique, but don't LOVE it like I do hand quilting. I really love the results, though! sarah@forrussia.org

Sorcha girl said...

I've tried needleturn applique but prefer fusible or wool techniques. I could see a couple of the blocks in this book using one of the techniques I've used. Thanks for the Summer reading reviews.

Donna Christell said...

Add me to the list of those who have been shy to do applique projects, and therefor, there are so many pretty patterns that I pass on.It is one of my goals for this year,and this year is slipping by...

Sandy said...

I absolutely love Corey's designs! I've really been wanting her book! I haven't done much appliqué but I'm anxious to learn her methods!

betz2u said...

I am a new quilter and have not done appliqué, but I adore Corey Yoder and would love this book so I can Learn appliqué from her. She is a very talented person and has lots to offer. Please let it be me that gets to hug one of those books.

Cindy Dahlgren said...

I can do applique, but most of the projects I've done were Christmas projects. I love Corey Yoders projects and quilts, though, and would like to try some quilts. cdahlgren(at)(live)(dot)(com)

GranChris said...

I like applique but I'm not that good yet. I need more practice.

Karrie S said...

I haven't tried applique yet, but I really want to learn! I LOVE the looks of this book and really admire Corey!

-karrie
ksmith8@emich.edu

Beth said...

I've done some fusible applique, but i'm feeling the call to needle-turn applique. This book looks like a great place to start.

Paula Filipowich said...

I have always loved the way appliqué looked, but was afraid to try it. I took a class at my local quit shop and found it I started slow I would learn to love it. I did and do love it!

Amy DeCesare said...

I do use applique, although for the first few years I did quilting, I referred to it as the "A" word. All I had to do was try it, and since then I've enjoyed it, especially using the fusible technique.

Sue said...

I find machine and hand applique relaxing.

Carrie P. said...

I love to applique!!!

maudie said...

Yes I have, I really like it but need to practice more

Denise said...

I have only done one or two pieces of applique. But now I have a Block of the Month quilt that includes applique, so I am going to get some practice.

Emily C said...

I love applique and use it often.

carolann said...

Yes, I have done some applique, it adds a nice compliment to my quilts!carolann427@aol.com

carolann said...

Yes, I have done some applique, it adds a nice compliment to my quilts!carolann427@aol.com

carolann said...

Yes, I have done some applique, it adds a nice compliment to my quilts!carolann427@aol.com

Amanda J said...

I have never tried appliqué - but then I am fairly new to sewing having only got my first machine a month ago. I definitely hope to give it a try on future projects :-)

Alicia said...

I have tried applique once. I did not do it right, but I am anxious to try again on the right project.

Rhona45 said...

I have done applique several times on children's quilts, takes time but I enjoy it, the book shows some patterns I would love to try.Thanks for the chance to win it!

Stacy Lindblom said...

I have not tried applique even though I love it! I'm intimidated by it. Hopefully some day I'll give it a shot.

Nancy said...

Yes, I like to hand applique, and I have also done machine applique. thanks for the giveaway

aus_chick said...

I've done a bit of applique before, in fact, just this past weekend I hosted a baby shower and had the guests make appliques for the onesies (now I have to go sew them all down!!)

Terry Conner said...

This looks like a great book. I am new at applique. I have done a butterfly and tulip quilt.

DONNA said...

I've only tried iron-on type applique then used blanket-stitch. I enjoy doing the blanket stitch by hand as well as by machine. I've never tackled the turned method. It's on my bucket list!

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