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This is a fabulous book, very informative and well explained. There is lot to like in this book- whilst paper piecing is not fast it certainly is very attractive and this book covers all the questions often asked and a lot of designs. I highly recommend this book for any one that wants to work in this type of work.
Very well written. Though I use glue to keep the fabric to the papers and she uses the basting way it still works as far as how to sew the edges together. The pictures are very clear and huge enough to see the smaller details. Though no directions are given for actual projects there are several pictures of finished projects to use as inspiration. The directions for how to sew curved shapes is well done; inside and outside curves, and odd shaped curves. I feel very confident that I can do all of the shapes used in this book on my projects.
I love this book. I used to own a quilt store, and I own a ton of quilt books. But when I checked this one out at the library, I learned so a lot of hints and amazing techniques, that I just had to purchase a copy for myself. I have a project planned, have been gathering the fabric and all the supplies I need to test English Paper Piecing. This book is very well written and the images are wonderful.
This is an perfect book for those who are beginning English Paper Piecing or tackling the awesome La Passacaglia quilt. It is not primarily a book of projects, although it does have a few little project instructions. It is mainly a how-to book for all EPP shapes with detailed info and a lot of amazing photographs that demonstrate the lessons. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in learning how to do EPP.
I bought this book after reading the reviews and a few blogs. I took a class on English Paper Piecing and was already working on my first project. This book was informative and I enjoyed reading. It does not have projects but does have lots of instructions. I will hold the book as reference. It was a amazing read and helpful for my fresh addiction.
When I obtain a fresh quilting book, I usually skip over the narrative and go straight for the patterns. This book is all about the narrative and is very well-written, with just the right balance between brevity and detail. It also contains pictures showing every step of the process. This is not a pattern book, but a book that goes into detail about how to successfully do EPP.
Serenity Harbor was another enjoyable by RaeAnne Thayne! It took me a bit longer to finish this one. Partly because of the long holiday weekend I chose to begin it on, and partly because I drug my feet about it a small bit.I can't exactly pinpoint what was off about this book, but while it was a amazing book, it wasn't as amazing as her other books. At least not for me.I'm beautiful obsessed with the Hope's Crossing series and I obtain the feeling the Katrina Bailey was supposed to be the Genevieve Beaumont of Haven Point, but it didn't quite work for me the same method Genevieve's story did (which was my FAVORITE book of the Hope's Crossing series).Katrina was a secondary hero in a couple of the other books, but her transition from flighty and boy crazy to all the sudden being grounded and responsible wasn't very smooth. When we met her in the Riverbend Street she's upbeat and man crazy and very eccentric. But then when this book opens, she's like a COMPLETELY various character. Ms. Thayne gives an explanation as to why she changed and is behaving so differently, but it was all-of-the-sudden instead of one-step-at-a-time over the course of a couple of books in the the method she transitioned Genevieve's hero from the first book to five books later when she got her own book. Don't obtain me wrong, the Katrina Bailey in this book was a unbelievable heroine and I really enjoyed reading about her, I just didn't see any connection to the Katrina is the other wie Callahan was an amazing hero. He wasn't in any other books, just moved to Haven Point, and his introduction to the story was awesome. While he was obviously rich, I liked that she didn't label him as a billionaire (like Ben and Aidan). Three billionaires in one little city is too a lot of billionaires. Bowie's hero progression was awesome. His transition of only being interested in helping his 5-year-old autistic brother to falling in love with Katrina was super smooth and believable. The brother, Milo, was also a amazing addition. Ms. Thayne did a amazing job at explaining autism and how it affects children/people and the various degrees of it there a whole, I really enjoyed the book and this it was very well written. I think it serves better as a standalone when it comes to hero development verses being apart of a series.
I️ have been reading Melanie Shankle’s blog for five years now (just after I️ became a momma) and have read all of her books. This is the best yet. After just reading the first few pages, my life, my perspective was forever changed. And after finishing it, I️ wish to read it again. It was exactly what I️ (and probably so a lot of of us) required to hear.I️ recommend this book to any woman (really any person) that sometimes feels blinded and trapped by this culture we live in and is unable to see or feel God in the day to day. Melanie reminds us of what we learned as kids in church, God is everywhere and in everything. He calls us to be faithful in every small thing we do. He calls us to trust that He is captain of the ship and we just need to do our job and He’ll obtain us wherever it is He wants to take lanie, Thank you for writing such a attractive book (and accompanying Bible study) and for sharing your life and your heart with your readers. Not only are you a attractive writer but a gifted teacher as well.
I have already read this book once and can't wait to have a hard copy to highlight my favorite passages. I have read all of Melanie's books and I feel like she's my long lost best friend. Her voice just speaks to me.
I own and have read all of Melanie Shankle's books and this one is my favorite. I know it sounds cheesy but I laughed and cried the whole method through. This book is a bonus of encouragement and I highly recommend it!
I have read all of Melanie's other books and this fresh one did not disappoint. It created me smile, laugh and cry! She has such a amazing method of taking her own private stories and making them relatable and obtain you thinking! Perfect read.
I have read all of Melanie Shankle’s books. I love her humor and how she doesn’t sugar coat her life. She’s 100% genuine and I appreciate her honesty. This book did not disappoint. This collection of stories is just what I required to read at this point in my life. I can’t wait to use the supplemental Bible study as I read through again.
Melanie Shankle is one of my favorite authors, and this book was yet another awesome read. I cried, I laughed, and I closed this book wanting nothing more than to celebrate life's small moments. Amazing book!
Church of the Little Things is a amazing book!! I have read all of Melanie's book and love those too. THIS book is sweet and so encouraging for moms (or anyone for that matter) who do The Little Things daily but still question "What is God's will for my life". At the end, you will have a smile on your face and encouragement to hold doing The Little Things!!
This was an entertain book - nothing deep, but good-hearted and interesting. Really more of a memoir than anything else. It followed closely on Melanie's other three books - if you like them, you'll like this.
Loved this book from cover-to-cover!! Witty, thought-provoking, and full of hope when we all need it!Loved hearing about the 80's teen years through Melanie's stories and it created me laugh and remember my own mishaps!Go obtain this book!! It's a deceptively light read that packs a punch without you even realizing it until it's over. So much depth in every story and deserves a second look like most of the best works of art do!
Melanie has a bonus of recognizing the value of everyday living. She created me smile and sometimes laugh out loud as she shared her take on regular day to day activities. She warns of the pitfalls of comparison, and encourages her readers to use our God-given talents and opportunities to create our globe a better place.
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