Japanese Folded Patchwork: Techniques, Projects, and Designs of a Unique Asian Craft

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The only book of its kind on this innovative and interesting subject. The Japanese folded patchwork technique was first introduced to Mary Clare Clark by a Japanese student who had gone home for a visit and found a book on this type of patchwork. She set about making folded shapes of the basic patterns, and found the techniques very versatile and inspiring. Because each folded patchwork square is a self-contained unit it is possible to make them as you go along, during a busy day, watching television, or on holiday. Joining ...

Japanese Folded Patchwork: Techniques, Projects, and Designs of a Unique Asian Craft 2002, Search Press(UK), Tunbridge Wells

ISBN-13: 9781903975510

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