By Louisa L. Smith
;A New Twist on Strips 'n Curves: that includes Swirl, part Clamshell, Free-Form Curves & Strips 'n Circles КНИГИ ; ХОББИ и РЕМЕСЛА Автор: Louisa L. Smith Название: a brand new Twist on Strips 'n Curves: that includes Swirl, part Clamshell, Free-Form Curves & Strips 'n CirclesИздательство: C&T Publishing Год: 2007 Формат: PDF Размер: eleven Mb Страниц: 89 Язык: английский Для сайта: www.mirknig.comСочетание прямых линий, свободной формы кривых и кругов поможет вам создать потрясающие, единственные в своем роде квилты, которые выглядят сложными, но просты в исполнении. В книге представлены four дизайна с пошаговыми инструкциями, а также вдохновляющая галерея авторских работ.uploading.com.com eighty five
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LESSON FOUR: Ruler basics Along with rotary cutters and cutting mats, rulers make up the foundation of the rotary revolution. A clear, accurate ruler is as important to guiding the cutter as a sharp blade is to cutting. There are many different rulers available for both general and specialty use. Rotary rulers are made of thick, clear acrylic and have lines and numbers evenly spaced across them. The number of lines and their spacing varies between brands, as do the color and thickness of the lines.
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A New Twist on Strips 'n Curves: Featuring Swirl, Half Clamshell, Free-Form Curves & Strips 'n Circles by Louisa L. Smith