DESIGNING PATCHWORK ON YOUR COMPUTER by Carol Phillipson
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Put your pencil and paper down, and start using your computer to design your quilts. Itís faster and so much easier than you think. This user-friendly, heavily illustrated how-to forgoes technical, often-confusing computer jargon and describes in plain English how to design a wide variety of quilt blocks, then turn them into beautifully laid out quilts and wall hangings. Thereís plenty of advice on choosing colors, adding sashing, and adding borders, too. Youíll even find out how to create and print out your own foundations for all those foundation-piecing projects.
Youíll do it all by learning how to use Paint, a basic graphics program that comes free with most computers. Twenty lovely projects, including a scrappy herringbone wall hanging and a rustic countryside quilt help you practice what youíve learned. Whatís more, a free PC/Macintosh-compatible CD-ROM filled with 100 ready-made templates, grids, and quilt patterns is there to rev up your creativity. 128 pages, 8ľ" x 9ľ", CD-ROM
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