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Who can resist these exquisite bibs, pillows
and quilts designed for a new arrival!
- Heirlooms from the start, these enchanting nursery items
will delight any new mother or mother-to-be.
- The perfect way to try your hand at heirloom sewing with
Florence's straight-forward instructions. These precious
little treasures are as sweet as the intended recipients.
- More than 30 original quilting designs are included on
the companion CD that can be used interchangeably on the
After graduating with a BS degree in zoology from Seattle
Pacific University, I worked in medical laboratories and
taught high school for a number of years.
From 1973 to 1981, my husband and I lived in Edinburgh, Scotland,
while he studied at the University of Edinburgh. while there our
son, Peter, was born, and for the next eighteen years I stayed at
home and enjoyed being a mother. In Edinburgh I regularly participated
in Embroiderers Guild meetings, but on returning to the United States
I found there was very little interest in embroidery. Everyone was
Even though I have sewn for as long as I can remember, I
didn't take my first quilting class until about 1983. It
was with Eleanor Burns on the Log Cabin block and I have
never looked back. I have probably made at least seventy
quilts and recently began entering quilts in shows.
I have taught quilting to friends in my home but, because of work
schedule and responsibilities, I have never taught formal classes.
My husband was headmaster of a small private Christian high school
in Los Angeles where I also worked. We endeavored to take students
from low income families and prepare them for university. We are
now both retired and I am enjoying time for quilting. Our son, Peter,
is with the US Department of the Treasury in Washington, D.C.
Table of Contents
|How to Use This Book
|Baby Girl's Bonnet
|Unisex Christening Gown
|About the Author