Spring has finally arrived so it seems appropriate that I'm taking a look at A Change of Seasons by Bonnie Sullivan.
I love seasonal projects. I love to decorate my house with wall hangings, table runners and mug rugs based on the season or holiday, so this book is perfect for me. You know I'm an appliqué girl and this book is chock full of appliqué projects. I'm sure you'll love it too!
Most of the projects in A Change of Seasons use wool, which makes it easy to finish the appliqué edges as you don't have to worry about fraying. If you haven't used wool in your projects before, Bonnie includes information on how to work with it. The book includes a variety of projects, including table toppers, wall hangings, banners, quilts and even little stuffies, which I adore! A great variety to use in decorating your home.
The projects in this book are whimsical, yet elegant, a design aesthetic that I really enjoyed. I also felt that there were so many wonderful designs in this book that could be combined in different ways to create even more new projects.
If you can't already tell, I really liked A Change of Seasons. This book had me at the first page - I guess that would be its "hello".
Watch the video below or on my YouTube channel to see the sweet designs in this book.
If you like elegant, adorable designs and decorate your home on a seasonal basis, you'll definitely want to add A Change of Seasons to your quilting library.
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I almost forgot: I'm taking a break next week but will be back with more informative content the week of April 3, 2017. Happy Spring Break, y'all!
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