Friday, July 2, 2010


I've been cleaning out my quilting library and getting rid of books I no longer use. Actually, most of these are UFO ideas and I know I will never get to them in my lifetime. I'm glad to share them with anyone willing to pay the price---cheap---and $5 for shipping anywhere in the states; if international, whatever the shipping rate. These books are in very good condition, no marks, no torn pages, and most are like-new. I am selling at 50% off retail price. If you're interested, please email me at Be patient and I'll work things out with you. I can take payment by PayPal, or send a check and wait for it to clear my bank. The only other way would be if we met in person or through a middle man. First, let me know if you are interested and which one(s).

Singer, The Quilting Bible, 0865732000, $11
Wells, Through the Garden Gate, 1571200657, $12sold
Wells, Stitch 'n Flip, 1571201114, $12sold
Gaudynski, Quilt Savvy, 1574329006, $11
Jensen, Oh Sew Cozy Flannel Quilts, 1932533044, $12.50sold
Leone, The New Sampler Quilt, 1571200118, $9.00
Alexander, Stack the Deck, 1564774341, $12.50sold
Nickels, Machine Quilting, 1574328301, $12.50
Thelen, Professional Machine Quilting, 1564775097, $11.50
Thelen, Long-Arm Machine Quilting, 1564774333, $14.00
Taylor, The Ultimate Guide to LA Machine Quilting, 157120184X, $15.00
Hornung, Traditional Japanese Stencil Designs, 0486247910, $6.50sold
Hargrave, The Art of Classic Quiltmaking, 1571200703, $17.50
Leisure Arts, Encyclopedia of Classic Quilt Patterns, 0848724747, $12.50
Durbin, Mosaic Picture Quilts, 9781564777355, $12.50
Collins, Mastering Precision Piecing, 9781571203632, $15.00

I listed the authors/publishers name, the title, ISBN number and price. You should be able to Google using that information to find a picture of the book and maybe even a look inside on some websites.

Happy Hunting. . .

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I am Bonnie Russell, owner and quilter, and my business is making beautiful quilts and making quilts beautiful. NABQC came about as a partnership between the love of sewing and hazelnut farming. That's how the name was chosen. My husband, Fred, is the nut farmer, and I do the sewing using many bolts of fabulous fabric. My studio is located in Dundee, Oregon, the beautiful Willamette Valley, in the center of a hazelnut orchard. Experience came with 42 years of dress making, 40 years of marriage to my wonderful, loving, supportive husband (34 years of nut farming), 25 years of raising three daughters, and now we have seven grandchildren to mentor in Future Quilters of America!

With a Statler Stitcher and Gammill Optimum Plus longarm quilting machine, a 14 foot table, and the drawing program AutoSketch, no project is too big or too small. Anything from hand guided meandering to custom digitized designs can be applied to a project to complete that labor of love.

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