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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Techniques:
    • What You'll Need
    • Fabrics
    • Fusible Web
    • Monofilament and Cotton Thread
    • Other Supplies
  • Applique Preparation:
    • Tracing the Design onto Fusible Web
    • Fusing the Applique Pieces
  • Foundation Preparation:
    • Method One- Guidelines
    • Method Two- Tracing Paper
    • Method Three- Light Box
  • Attaching the Appliques
  • Quilting and Finishing:
    • Basting
    • Machine Quilting
    • Attaching the Binding
    • Making a Hanging Sleeve
    • Banners
    • Making a Label
  • Optional Methods of Construction:
    • Hand or Machine Applique
    • Traditional Stained Glass Method
  • PROJECTS AND PATTERNS:
    • Posies
    • Sailing
    • Country Bouquet
    • Nature's Beauty(butterfly and flower)
    • Rose in Bloom
    • Home Tweet Home
    • Tulip Cameo
    • Rose Cameo
    • Iris Cameo
    • Aquarium
    • Teatime
    • Sitting Pretty(cat in a window)
  • About the Author

Title: Stained Glass Quilts Made Easy
Author/Designer: Amy Whalen Helmkamp
Format/Publication Date: TPB:2000
Publisher: That Patchwork Place, Bothell, WA
Language: English
Page Count: 80
Book Dimensions(ht. x w.): 11" x 8 1/2"
ISBN: 1564773191

SUMMARY- This was the first quilt book I bought after getting my mom's collection. I love the look of stained glass quilts, and have set up a page just for books on the subject if you also have an interest(look under "STAINED GLASS QUILTS" on the main bib page). All of these patterns are for wall hangings, and are fairly simple designs designed to get your feet wet with the technique. Her instructions are clear and well broken down enough to follow. I was very pleased to add this book to my mom's collection.