Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Quilting Books for Sale

I'm cleaning the studio, as many of us are after the holidays are over and things have calmed down. Here is a list of quilt books that are up for sale. Postage is extra - generally $3.95 via Priority Post. International shipping extra.

Shriber, Nancy: Sashiko Handbags: 14 on 14 [$15] SOLD
McKillip, Rebecca: Celtic Designs: The International Design Library [$5]
Kemshall, Linda: Color Moves: Transfer Paints on Fabric SOLD
Smith + Milligan: Pineapple Passion [$10]
Hargrave, Harriet: Heirloom Machine Quilting (autographed) c 1987 [$8]
Hussain, Donna: Interlacing Borders [$8]
Kimura, Stephanie: Bags with Style (comes with CD) [$10] SOLD
SchwarzSmith, Lura: Faces in Fabric (with 2 CDs) SOLD

Four Corners Jacket Pattern - reversibe/5 styles; sizes S to XL [$5]

All but one are in excellent/unused condition - the exception being Harriet Hargraves book. I took her class in 1987 and made notes in my book!

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Karen Stiehl Osborn said...

Pat, do you have a photo of the jacket pattern? If it is the one I am thinking, I'd be interested in it.

crossroads said...

Do you still have a copy of Pineapple Passion? TIA, Sally

California Fiber artist and composer said...

Pat---Can you give me some information on the 14 handbag book and why you are selling it please. Can you give me an honest opinion on the projects? Thank you

Pat's Place said...

CROSSROADS/Sally: I was unable to reply to you any other way than here.

Yes, I do still have Pineapple Passion - never used, in excellent condition. I fell in love with
my girlfriends quilt - but I hate making block after block after
block... the artist in me rebels, sorry to say. She said it was
really easy! The results were spectacular, I must admit.

Pat's Place said...


I'm sorry, but that book is now sold. I never made any of the projects so I can't give you a very informed decision... I liked many of the Handbags, but I only use very small purses! I started one, if I recall - and gave up. I really hate patterns... but that's me, not the book!