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  • By Jan Christensen
    Oct 31, 2013
    From early beginnings in needlework, to accomplished teacher of hundreds, Joy Knowlton and her three friends, Carol Bitner, Carol Morgan, and Beth Ann Neville, learned the craft of hand piecing and hand quilting and taught it to many. They learned from Sandi Fox, a bright and talented textile archivist from the Los Angeles area. She taught not only the skills of pioneer type handwork, but the history of the work in the United States, and introduced the four women and many others every three months for decades to new patterns and stories from the piecemakers of the past. This book had it's inception at the passing of one of the 'Four of Us', Joy Knowlton. It catalogues many of the pieces Sandi taught to the women, and represents Joy's particular flair for blending color and pattern. She also collected a variety of qualities of quilts, which are all represented here. For family and friends this treasure trove makes available her work and collection. This is a great place to garner ideas... More > for new pieces of needlework-adding the new and learning from the old.< Less
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Jan Christensen
October 9, 2013
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Full color
1.19 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
8.5 wide x 11 tall
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