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ISBN:1890621749
Author: Debbie Field
ISBN13: 978-1890621742
Title: Quilting the Lodge Look: 24 Quilts, Wallhangings, and Companion Projects in Patchwork and Wildlife Applique (Granola Girl Designs)
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Language: English
Category: Crafts and Hobbies
Publisher: Landauer Books (August 2004)
Pages: 136

Quilting the Lodge Look: 24 Quilts, Wallhangings, and Companion Projects in Patchwork and Wildlife Applique (Granola Girl Designs) by Debbie Field



Quilts, blocks, appliques, inspiring outdoor and wildlife scenes for creating the wildly popular lodge look. A fabulous 9-block quilt featuring Memories from the Lodge begins the book. Traditional pieced quilt blocks, including a bear paw, a log cabin, the tree of life, and maple leaf. Flyi 24 Quilts, Wall hangings and Companion Projects in Patchwork and Wildlife Applique. Quilts, blocks, appliques, inspiring outdoor and wildlife scenes for creating the wildly popular lodge look.

Quilting the Lodge Look: 24 Quilts, Wallhangings, and Companion Projects in Patchwork and Wildlife Applique (Granola Girl Designs). If you like flannel and the mountains, this is the book for you! There are a variety of projects- wall hangings, quilts, tablerunners, etc. Patterns for applique are included. Directions are clear and easy to understand, with many illustrations.

I love the mountains. This book is wonderful. At first glance I only saw the main blocks. Upon closer look at each block there is so much detail in the little things that really make the block meaningful. If you can not find retreat in. a mountain lodge, you can make the lodge look in your own home with this book.

Granola Girls Designs Nature's Table Toppers - "Nestled in the Woods". Patchwork trees and applique animals make a fun table topper for a cabin, or anyone "pining" for the Northwoods. Find this Pin and more on Quilts by jean tan. Tags. Quilted Table Toppers. Free Quilting Projects Landauer Quilting Books. House Quilt Block House Quilts Quilt Blocks. The house and star blocks are each paired with a twin-pines block for a change of scenery when the quilt is folded for display.

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Quilting the Lodge Look: 24 Quilts, Wallhangings, and Companion Project. Granola Girl Designs Northwoods Flannel Quilts & Projects: 12 Flanne. copies. Outfitters: Granola Girl Designs 1 copy. Debbie Field is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Debbie Field is composed of 1 name.

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Fourth in the series of best-selling quilting books celebrating the great outdoors. Features more quilts, more appliqués and more projects than any of her previous books. It is a spectacular collection of 24 quilts, wallhangings, and companion projects in patchwork and wildlife appliqué.
Reviews: 7
MilsoN
Abraham Lincoln once said (I paraphrase), "For the kind of person who would like this sort of thing, this is just the sort of thing they would like." That's the best description I can give of Quilting the Lodge Look. If you're seeking a collection of woodsy, bungalow-ish quilts primarily for home decoration, this may be the book for you. If you were hoping for larger quilts suitable for beds (as I was), you may be a little disappointed.

The quilts are ALL pretty. The colors and fabrics chosen really do elicit the feeling of a cabin in the woods: flannel plaids, sure, but plenty of woodsy dark reds, browns, deep blues. Not that you're stuck with Debbie Field's color choices (I've never made a quilt that matched the picture), but she gives good guidance, here.

Most involve applique, usually with the predictable "lodge" theme (such as one with a canoeing picture); I find they make me think of camping, cooking over a woodfire, dappled sunlight. If you're not into applique, though, you'll probably find yourself saying, "pretty quilt," as you flip the page to the next option.

Several of the quilts (well, "several" given that we're talking about only 24 quilts) are sampler quilts, with 4 or 9 different blocks. The smaller projects include a set of placemats, pillow, etc., which are designed to match others, such as a canoe pillow that would go nicely with the sampler wall-hanging that includes a canoeing block.

This book's weakness -- or strength, depending on what you're looking for -- is its emphasis on small, hang-able quilts. I think there are only four larger sizes, and they're all "snugglers." None are big enough to put on a queen bed, and I'm not sure they'd cover a double. Great for wrapping around you in front of the fireplace on a cold winter night, but we don't have too many of those in Phoenix.

I'm not sure if I'll ever get around to making one of these quilts. I may; I have a sister in New York (where it *snows*, can you imagine that?) who would probably love one of those snugglers. And they sure are pretty.
Fearlessrunner
I can hardly walk past this book without picking it up. Saw it on a quilting sight and thought it would be delightful to own but price was steep. Then I found it here and could hardly believe the low price. Very quick ship too. Love this one!
Realistic
love the book
Bedy
Not worth it, you can find free pattern on internet. Its ok. I would not recommend buying the book. There are free ones
Samugor
I really enjoyed this interesting and fasinating book with it's lodge look designs. I would tell others of this book to get ideas.
Keth
My sister has this book and I loved hers so had to order one of my own. Book was in excellent condition. I love it.
Nicanagy
I am very pleased with this book it is easy to understand. Lots of ideas for not only throws but pillows, rugs etc.. can hardly wait to get started
Looks like new, arrived within one week, great price, just what I wanted!