Wool Appliqué Folk Art: Traditional Projects Inspired by 19th-Century American Life Paperback – Jul 7 2015
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I recently received three ebooks to review on wool felt appliqué, which makes me wonder if it is coming back with vengeance. I figured I better get on the band wagon and review at least one of them. I particularly liked the 14 updated traditional projects in Rebekah's book, which included bed covers, wall hangings and table runners. Her designs are very appealing. There is something in this book for everyone, from beginner to seasoned stitcher. Rebekah has also included instructions on finding and repurposing wool, which is very helpful. (The Canadian Quilter, Autumn 2015)
About the Author
Rebekah L. Smith studied graphic design at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and specializes in wool work, murals, and American folk art. Rebekah and her husband, along with their three daughters, continually work to restore an 1838 house in Ohio. rebekahlsmith.com