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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Foreword
  • How To Use This Manual
  • UNIT I: BEGINNINGS
    • Chapter 1: Supplies and Demands, or "Getting it All Together"
    • Chapter 2:Nomenclature
  • UNIT II: BASIC PIECING AND QUILTING
    • Chapter 1: General Piecing and Quilting Instructions
    • Chapter 2: Piecing Squares
    • Chapter 3: Piecing Triangles, Borders, and Cording
    • Chapter 4: Piecing Hexagons
    • Chapter 5: Piecing Curves
  • UNIT III: DRESDEN PLATE- PIECED AND APPLIQUED
  • UNIT IV: LAP-QUILTING
    • Chapter 1: Dresden Plate Quilt
    • COLOR SECTION- Completed Projects
    • Chapter 2: Friendship Quilt
  • UNIT V: TRUE APPLIQUE
  • UNIT VI: PUFF-PATCH
  • UNIT VII: CATHEDRAL AND ATTIC WINDOW
  • UNIT VIII: QUILTS AND TRADITIONAL FRAME QUILTING
    • Chapter 1: Designing Your Quilt
    • Chapter 2: The Mathematics of Design
    • Chapter 3: Determining Fabric Requirements
    • Chapter 4: The Quilt Top
    • Chapter 5: Frame-Quilting
    • Chapter 6: Finishing the Quilt
  • Appendix I: Jiffy Bias
  • Appendix II: Quilting Designs
  • Appendix III: Permanent Template Section
  • Appendix IV: Helpful Hints
  • Glossary
  • INDEX
  • About the Author
  • Tear-Out Template Section
  • Shopping List

Title: You Can Be A Super Quilter! A Teach-Yourself Manual For Beginners
Author/Designer: Carla J Hassel
Format/Publication Date: COMB:1980
Publisher: Wallace-Homestead, Des Moines, IA
Language: English
Page Count: 136
Book Dimensions(ht. x w.): 10" x 7"
ISBN: 0870692941

SUMMARY- Here's another beginner's "How-To" that mom seemed to collect an awful lot of. Of Course I do that with most of my crafts too - it's a painless way to pick up a lot of useful information quickly, and no one book ever has it all...