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Afternoon Tea With May Morris

£10.20

Afternoon Tea With May Morris

£10.20

Following the successful William Morris in Applique and More William Morris in Applique books comes this new book from Michele Hill. This is a smaller book in a reduced format with achievable projects for all skill levels.

There are eight quilting projects featured including an apron, cushion, quilts and accessories all inspired by drawings from May Morris, Williams eldest daughter. There is also a section devoted to the history and life of May Morris who was as talented as her father.

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Following the successful William Morris in Applique and More William Morris in Applique books comes this new book from Michele Hill. This is a smaller book in a reduced format with achievable projects for all skill levels.

There are eight quilting projects featured including an apron, cushion, quilts and accessories all inspired by drawings from May Morris, Williams eldest daughter. There is also a section devoted to the history and life of May Morris who was as talented as her father.

All projects have photographic step-by-step instructions and reflect the theme of Afternoon Tea with accompanying recipes in each chapter. There are also 3x A3 size pull out pattern sheets included. From preparation to consumption – enjoy stitching and baking your own May Morris adaptations!

Table of Contents

Welcome, May Morris History, General Appliqué Instructions, Apron and Lemonade Scones, Coasters and Napkins and Easy Fruit Cake, Tea Cosy and Apricot Loaf, Table Runner and Quilt Throw and Sandwiches, Wall Hanging and Lemon Syrup Cake, Cushion and Cheese Twists, Hints, Tips and My Favourite “Tools of the Trade”

Pages: 32
Illustrations: 80
Dimensions: 216 x 280 mm
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 978-0992575526

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