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Hobbies and Crafts
Author: Jenny Wilding Cardon
ISBN: 1564776999
Subcategory: Crafts & Hobbies
Publisher That Patchwork Place (March 6, 2007)
Language English
Category: Hobbies and Crafts
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 773
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eBook The Little Box of Baby Quilts download

by Jenny Wilding Cardon


Jenny Wilding Cardon. Instead of a hard cover book, this is a wonderful group of baby quilt pattern booklets in a decorative and very sturdy little box that end-closes with a magnet

Jenny Wilding Cardon. Welcome little ones to the world with the things babies love best-bright colors, fuzzy textures, and wonderfully whimsical quilts. Use these portable project cards to whip up adorable designs in time for the baby shower. Instead of a hard cover book, this is a wonderful group of baby quilt pattern booklets in a decorative and very sturdy little box that end-closes with a magnet. I love it! There are 20 patterns for quilts that are not only appropriate for babies, but also for older children.

Jenny Wilding Cardon has been creating with fabric since high school. The birth of her first son inspired Jenny to write her first pattern collection, The Little Box of Baby Quilts (Martingale, 2007). Back then, she would design eccentric, rebellious items of clothing, and then make her friends wear them to school. After graduating from college in Utah with a degree in Women's Studies, Jenny spent three years with her husband in Seattle, where she quickly caught the quilting bug from her coworkers at book publisher Martingale. Her second, the book ReSew (Martingale, 2011), paired her two creative outlets-thrifting and sewing.

Jenny Wilding Cardon has been designing since high school. Jenny's passion for quiltmaking inspired her to publish a book of baby-quilt designs (The Little Box of Baby Quilts, 2007)

Jenny Wilding Cardon has been designing since high school. Back then, she would create eccentric, rebellious items of clothing, and then make her friends wear them to school. After graduating from the University of Utah with a degree in Women's Studies, Jenny spent three years with her husband in Seattle. Jenny's passion for quiltmaking inspired her to publish a book of baby-quilt designs (The Little Box of Baby Quilts, 2007). Her designs have also appeared on the covers of American Patchwork & Quilting's Quilts and More and Quilter's Newsletter's Quilt It for Kids magazines, as well as in McCall's Quilting magazine.

Welcome little ones to the world with the things they love best--bright colors, fuzzy textures, and wonderfully whimsical quilts! . Includes portable project cards that help you make designs for the baby shower.

Welcome little ones to the world with the things they love best--bright colors, fuzzy textures, and wonderfully whimsical quilts! Use these portable project cards. These project cards include step-by-step directions, full-color illustrations, and templates; a bonus card walks beginners through basic techniques. The designs for boys and girls feature frogs, hearts, trucks, caterpillars, and more.

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Welcome little ones to the world with the things they love best---bright colors, fuzzy textures, and wonderfully whimsical quilts! Use these portable project cards to whip up adorable designs in time for the baby shower. *Twenty quilts use quick piecing, simple applique, and frayed-edge techniques *Designs for boys and girls feature frogs, hearts, trucks, caterpillars, and more, plus a patchwork I Love Mama quilt * Project cards include step-by-step directions, full-color illustrations, and templates; a bonus card walks beginners through basic techniquesThese fantastically fun quilts are easy to make and are sure to delight that special baby in your life.--Ursula Reikes, author of the bestselling Quilts for Baby series
Renthadral
I am new to quilting so I am looking for simple and quick patterns to sew. This collection fits the bill, although I would call some of the patterns intermediate. The quilts are cute and not too big and I really like the way that each pattern has its own card that can be removed from the box while in use.
Nalmetus
I love the format of this. Each quilt is shown on one or two plastic cards, which you can leave out while you work on the quilt. The quilts are quite charming and I just finished making two of them. I found the directions easy to follow.
BoberMod
Love it!
Karon
Instead of a hard cover book, this is a wonderful group of baby quilt pattern booklets in a decorative and very sturdy little box that end-closes with a magnet. I love it!

There are 20 patterns for quilts that are not only appropriate for babies, but also for older children. There is a Checkerboard Game Quilt that is suggested as a gift for an older child expecting a new brother or sister. There are both pieced and appliquéd quilts patterns, and all appear to be easy to advanced-beginner skill levels. There is a truck pattern that is completely pieced, an appliquéd piggie pattern, and an easy log cabin. There is a Baby Essentials Pocket Quilt that would be a nice wall quilt that has pockets to hold all those baby items that need to be at reach.

There is a folder for basic quilt instructions that explains the running stitch, satin stitch appliqué stitch and the whipstitch. It also explains and diagrams thread basting and pin basting. Also included are hand and machine quilt basics and, of course, binding the quilt.

I always like something a little different so I really enjoy these patterns in the box. This is part of a series of "Little Box" titles. This Martingale Publishing series includes: Crocheted Bags, Crocheted Hats and Scarves, Crocheted Ponchos and Wraps, Knitted Throws, Quilter's Desserts, Scarves, Scarves II, and Sweaters, and, of course, The Little Box of Baby Quilts.
Ynap
I may be biased, as I am the author's sister-in-law, but these quilts are darling! I've never seen baby quilts that make such wonderful use of color and texture. If you're looking for unique designs that will catch baby's eye, this is the box of designs you want.

My favorite design for its use of rich color contrast is "Sad Days, Hippie Days" which combines a tie-dyed background fabric with blocks of happy and sad smiley faces. A close runner-up for me is "Elementary!" which features green, yellow, and red striped blocks on a deep violet background.

If you're looking for a textured quilt, take a look at "Inch by Inch", a pattern that turns fuzzy fabric into cheery caterpillars with bright, smiley faces. And, I think most of us love the "I Love Mama" pattern, with the big fluffy heart right in the middle.

Any pattern you choose from this 20-pattern collection is bound to be baby's favorite blanky.
Cktiell
These quilts are truly different. They are colorful and almost each of them employs a different technique. I keep going back to the little box looking through all the quilts and have already purchased the fabric for the first one. Unlike in other books I like about half of them enough to plan on making them.