We were sorry to hear of the passing of Judi Dains. It was a priviledge to work with her. From childhood, Judi Dains was busy with her hands and mind, creating with abandon. Quilting escaped her notice until the late 1980s. She kept envisioning wild clothes, only to find out that her visions were called wearable art. That is what led her into the quilt world.
Through the years, Judi won more than 275 awards. Her work has been shown in galleries and public buildings, including the governor's office in California's State Capitol.
The book was in great shape, like brand new. Got here in record time. Nothing disappointing about the whole deal. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jeanne Downey
I'm not as artistic as the author, so probably wouldn't be able to do these quilts very well. However, I did like the idea of another option to change the look of fabric and make... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Barb Compton
I loved the beautiful colors and the placement of the flowers, with their tendriled vines. This author has wonderful talent, but not all of us are so endowed. Read morePublished 23 months ago by D. J. Garner
This is a very interesting book. I love the quilts, ok directions and I have share this with my guild and class.Published on December 19, 2012 by Carolyn M Newton
Product is fabulous and the service was fantastic.
The book is very easy to understand and easy to follow instructions.
I love this book!!! The technique is fun to do and extremely well explained with specific product recommendations. Read morePublished on March 23, 2011 by goldiequilter