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The fun and easy way to get started with quilting-now revised with 25 percent new material Quilting continues to grow in popularity as a hobby, with an estimated 24 million quilters in the U.S. in 2003, up from 14 million in 1997. This accessible guide gives people just what they need to start stitching, offering how-to guidance on sewing as well as 16 projects that range from simple to spectacular. Revisions include terrific all-new projects, insights from experienced quilters, the latest on quilting software and Internet resources, coverage of new sewing machines and materials, and an updated insert of color photos. Cheryl Fall (Brush Prairie, WA) has designed more than 1,000 sewing projects and written over 800 articles for periodicals such as Country Living and Family Circle. She is the author of eight other books on quilting and sewing, including Needlecrafts For Dummies (0-7645-5201-5).

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