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Last-Minute Patchwork + Quilted Gifts by Hoverson, Joelle (2007) Hardcover

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  • Last Minute Patchwork Quilted Gifts by Hoverson Joelle Hardcover

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    1. J'ai acheté ce livre parce que j'avais vu sur un blog un pique-épingles et une trousse tirés de cet ouvrage. Finalement, après l'avoir reçu et feuilleté, je suis un peu déçue: certes, la plupart des projets sont simples et assez vite réalisés, mais je trouve que ça manque franchement d'originalité, rien ne sort vraiment du lot. Si j'avais pu le feuilleter, je n'en aurais pas fait l'acquisition. Je lui mets tout de même 3 étoiles parce qu'il conviendra sans doute à une débutante p [...]

    2. C'est un livre agréable à lire. Trop de texte et trop peu d'image.On est loin du livre Japonais !! Pourtant les projets à faire sont bien.

    3. Ce livre comporte des modèles simples et originaux classés en ordre croissant quant au temps de réalisation. Tout est très beau, chic, simple et avec un style "maison" inimitable. Les idées sont tout à fait adaptables aux tissus en stock chez soi. Le seul point négatif est que tout est en anglais mais les explications sont compréhensibles même quand on est pas un as en anglais

    4. After looking through this book many times since I got it, I'm really excited to try some of the projects. Although I'm not sure how a 12-hour quilt is considered a last minute gift. I'm actually more interested in the longer projects than I thought I would be because I'm new at quilting and these look very simple. For more advanced sewers, the beginner projects might be better as inspiration, for example I will do a crayon roll (instead of colored pencils) for my young nieces and nephews.If you [...]

    5. I got this book as a gift because I was interested in sewing things as gifts and making fun stuff for myself and my family. The projects in this book are wonderful. The directions have been fairly easy for me to follow and I am novice sewer. The best thing I find about this sewing book is that the projects are separated by the length of time (estimated) it takes to make them. So there are 2, 4, 6, 8, and 12 hour or longer projects. It's neat to be able to make a gift or something fun in such a s [...]

    6. This book is laid out great. Each project is divided into a section based on how much time it takes to complete the project. The only project I've made is the elephant stuffie. It's an adorable project, perfect for a baby gift, but it is time consuming! I've made simple stuffed animals before and none of them have taken as long as the elephant did. It's also quite small, so lining up the pieces was a little trickier. That being said, it was worth all the time and effort to see the recipient's fa [...]

    7. I borrowed this book from the library, not intending to purchase it. After looking at it several times and making one of the projects I decided it was a book I would like to own. I made two of the colored pencil rolls and I thought the directions were clear and it went together without a hitch. I have read the directions for some of the other projects, and I believe there may be an error or two. For example, the Six of One, Half Dozen of the Other quilt instructs the reader to make the quilt [...]

    8. I bought this book for the Color-Wheel quilt, plain and simple. After much thought, I kept it, simply for the convenience of the template. Otherwise I would have returned it in a heartbeat. I want to call this a beginners book. Most of the projects are super-simple. There are 2 that are quilts made with single pieces of fabric that have been quilted in straight lines/tied. One quilt is just a piece of large-print fabric where she outlined the motifs with stitching. There is just a lot of [...]

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