Nancy Brennan Daniel has done it again. In this updated version of her classic Learn to Do Applique in Just One Weekend she has added a host of new projects that employ additional applique techniques with contemporary styling while including timeless techniques and designs from the original.
In addition to the classic needle-turn and raw-edge machine methods described in Learn to Do Applique in Just One Weekend, this updated version includes the popular fusible applique method and the dramatic shadow applique technique. Quilters will love the look of the folkloric applique designs mixed with bright contemporary fabrics, organza, and even wool.
The revised Learn to Do Applique in Just One Weekend will appeal to quilters of all skill level. Quilters who are new to applique will appreciate the comprehensive and easy-to-follow instructions while those with more experience can use this edition as a refresher course on the original techniques while adding the new methods to their repertoire. With just a weekend's time anyone can learn the skills necessary to create their own applique masterpiece.
Nancy Brenan Daniel is a traditional quilter, designer and teacher. Her interest in quilting began in childhood at the side of her grandmother. She began her professional life as an art teacher and from there moved to teaching quilting and designing quilts which have appeared in magazines, books and quilt exhibitions. Nancy lives in Tempe, Arizona desert with her husband Norm; she continues to spend much of her time teaching others the art of hand quilting.