I also did a little bit of shopping on Amazon! The top two are all mine :) Now to ingest as much info and knowledge as possible!
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The Library, that is where I got all my info to get started in quilting. I love going to the library.
Congrats on the Modern Quilt Workshop book! I love that one! Our library has an overabundance of knitting and crochet books, but not much quilting. I find that true of the local B&N, Borders, etc. as well. So sad!
I love the Modern Quilt Workshop book! I've never canned for fear of poisoning my family. I let my friend give me delicous goodies.
crocheting for dummies…that's for me! do i see a gee's bend book on the bottom..i have that one…fabulous!!
If you ever need canning help/ info, let me know. I certainly don't know it all but I have made jams and pickles since I was a munchkin. ; )
Smart going to the library…I typically go to the bookstore….really should go to the library first and then just by the MUST HAVE books…
I think I just love having a full bookshelf. I would be in heaven if I had bookshelves on every wall that were full…hmmmm….maybe I should move to a library?!
I've been meaning to get a few books from the library… I test out books before actually buying them by borrowing from the library heehee!
Just make sure you pass the knowledge on! And photographs of the best pages wouldn't hurt either!
Always love a visit to our library too. Looks like you got some interesting subjects to pursue.
Yay for canning and modern quilts. And yes, the two pastimes can go together. Is there such a thing as modern canning?
I have those top two books too. They are great resources!
The Jelly Roll Quilts book is one of my all time favs Amy! It is one of my "must haves."
I want to check out the modern quilt workshop book too. I think I'll reserve it online and go pick it up when it gets to my library.
Thanks for sharing!
Top book, Complete Book of Home Preserving, I just bought for myself this spring. So far I have made the Strawberry/Rhubarb Jam recipe that is in it and hope to try others. It is a great book. A lot of new idea!
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