This is a guide to the World Wide Web for quilters, giving a list of quilting-related sites which offer free stuff, such as patterns, advice and discussions. The book shows how to explore the Web and find galleries of quilts, articles and quilter's E-mail.
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The old-fashioned quilting bee may be far less common than it was a hundred years ago, but the great prevalence of quilt-related Web sites and online discussion groups proves that modern-day quilters are just as eager to connect with one another as their predecessors were. This super little guide packs an extraordinary amount of information into its small pages. The Internet offers free patterns, tips, instructions, and advice on all aspects of the subject; the authors have distilled it into easily approached categories, and they include lots of simple computer instructions so that even the newest surfers can access, download, and chat with ease. --Amy HandyAbout the Author:
Judy Heim is a regular contributor to PC World. She is the author of several books on needlecrafting and the Internet. Judy lives in Madison, Wisconsin. Gloria Hansen is a contributor to computer and craft publications and writes the "High-Tech Quilting" column for The Professional Quilter. Gloria lives in East Windsor, New Jersey.
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Book Description C & T Pub, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1571200541
Book Description C & T Pub, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111571200541