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Quilts from Tilda's Studio - cover

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Quilts from Tilda's Studio

Tone Finnanger

Publisher: David & Charles

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Summary

The beloved Scandinavian Tilda brand brings you quilts for all seasons—from springtime’s Scrapflower Quilt to winter’s Happy Snowman Quilt. 
 
World-renowned for her beautiful fabrics and charming designs, Tone Finnanger has established Tilda as a creative lifestyle that makers dream of. From her inspirational studio on an island in Norway’s Oslofjord, comes this divine collection of quilt patterns, all made with the latest Tilda fabric collections. 
 
Fourteen quilts, many with matching pillows, are shown with gorgeous photography, in-depth instructions, piecing diagrams and full-size templates. The designs feature a range of motifs including cats, angels, birdhouses, trees, teapots, fruit, flowers and more that quilters will simply adore.  
 
Cut, piece, baste, quilt and bind your way into Tilda’s world with this exquisite pattern book, and make quilts you’ll cherish forever.
Available since: 11/26/2019.
Print length: 369 pages.

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