Falloween Threads

Hatch, Sandra L.
December 2006
Quilter's World;Dec2006, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p12
The article presents an overview of the book "Falloween Threads" from Need'L Love Co. The book combines quilting with other forms of stitching such as rug hooking, cross-stitch, punch-needle embroidery, wool-penny projects and wool felting. It offers 18 designs that have primitive, folk art look. The projects used threads in fall colors.


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