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Miss Rosie's Farmhouse Favorites

A Dozen Captivating Scrappy Quilts

By: Carrie Nelson

Price: CAD $38.99


Imprint: Martingale

96 Pages

10.71 X 8.66 X 0.28 ins

ISBN:  9781604688382 -- Paperback

Publication Date: 02/16/2017

Presenting 12 favorite quilts from Miss Rosie's Quilt Company, curated for the first time in a single collection!
  • If you enjoy scrappy piecing, you'll love popular designer Carrie Nelson's showcase of her most beloved creations
  • Get inspired by colorful quilts presented in fresh settings--plus some shown in two colorways
  • Carrie's innovative tips for fabric selection, placement, and piecing mean successful stitching from the get-go

A rose by any other name is still a rose. So fans of Carrie Nelson may not know her by her given name, but they surely know her by her years-long pattern-designer name, Miss Rosie. Most recently, Carrie has joined the ranks of Moda Fabrics as the guru of social media (perhaps not her official title, but that's what she's all about), but she still slips into her Miss Rosie mode from time to time to design yet another clever scrappy pattern. No matter what you call her, you'll call her patchwork patterns brilliant!


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