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Quilt a New Christmas with Piece O'Cake Designs - Appliquéd Quilts Embellished Stockings & Perky Partridges for Your Tree - cover

Quilt a New Christmas with Piece O'Cake Designs - Appliquéd Quilts Embellished Stockings & Perky Partridges for Your Tree

Becky Goldsmith, Linda Jenkins

Publisher: C&T Publishing

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Summary

The bestselling design teams delivers “a fresh take on holiday colors and fun patterns for Christmas stockings, lap quilts, and wall hangings” (The Applique Society Newsletter). 
 
Piece O’ Cake Designs fills your home with the Christmas spirit all year round! Half of these new designs give the holiday season a whimsical twist with unexpected fabrics and colors, and the other half are versatile and beautiful quilts that you can use even after the rest of your holiday decorations are packed away. 
 
Projects include:Christmas in the ParkThe All Wonderful Red & Green QuiltCaribbean ChristmasCircular MomentumA Treat Before Takeoff!The Stockings Were Hung by the Chimney with CarePerky Partridge Pincushion/Ornament 
 
“Use the included full-size applique templates to create Christmas stockings, lap quilts, and wall hangings in the distinctive fresh and happy Piece O’ Cake style. Several of the quilt projects can be adapted for year-round use if made in different fabrics.” —American Quilter
Available since: 07/01/2011.
Print length: 96 pages.

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