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Thread: landscape quilting book

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    would like recomendation on a good beginner book for landscape quilting book thanks for any help.

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    IMHO Accidental Landscapes by Karen Eckmeier is a good one. Simple to do, easy to understand.

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    Landscape Quilts by Nancy Zieman and Natalie Sewell printed by Leisure Arts/Oxmoor House. It was printed in 2001 so I don't know about availability but try Amazon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greensleeves
    Landscape Quilts by Nancy Zieman and Natalie Sewell printed by Leisure Arts/Oxmoor House. It was printed in 2001 so I don't know about availability but try Amazon.
    My recommendation also.
    http://www.nancysnotions.com/product...ortby=ourPicks

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    Both of those books are great .... see if your local library system has them for checking out and see which you prefer. That is how I got to see both of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greensleeves
    Landscape Quilts by Nancy Zieman and Natalie Sewell printed by Leisure Arts/Oxmoor House. It was printed in 2001 so I don't know about availability but try Amazon.
    This one is good. They also have videos with it and you can watch it on line at Sewing With Nancy or the public ttelevision show she has.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ontheriver
    IMHO Accidental Landscapes by Karen Eckmeier is a good one. Simple to do, easy to understand.
    I have this book and it is very, very good.

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    Totally depends on what style of landscape quilt you want to make. Try Landscape and Illusions by Joen Wolfrom, Picture Piecing by Cynthia England, and Quilted Landscapes by Joan Blalock. They all have very different styles.

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    Thank-you this information will really help me,this is such a great board all this info is just great!

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    Karen Eckmeier also offers individual patterns for a more cost-conscious first effort.

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