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By Carol Doak
The bestselling writer of 8 books on paper piecing is again with a color-splashed choice of immense, appealing, daring blocks! Carol Doak unearths her most sensible colour methods for growing dramatic designs that may motivate you to be bold with cloth and colour. one other remarkable quilting event with Carol--all made effortless with paper piecing! • comprises forty all-new 12" blocks, plus 8 initiatives starting from wall quilts to mattress quilts--start small or dream colossal • contains Carol’s foolproof secrets and techniques for mixing materials, shades, and values to make each duvet block sparkle and pa • ideal blocks are assured each time with Carol’s super-smart slicing charts
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Once, as she lay asleep, her cubs fell Out of her hair, And she did not know them. It is hard to breathe In a tight grave: So she roars, And the roof breaks. Dark rivers and leaves Pour down. When the wind opens its doors In its own good time, The cubs follow that relaxed and beautiful woman Outside to the unfamiliar cities Of moss. Page 42 TRYING TO PRAY This time, I have left my body behind me, crying In its dark thorns. Still, There are good things in this world. It is dusk. It is the good darkness Of women's hands that touch loaves.
State police yawn in the prisons. Antonio Machado follows the moon Down a road of white dust, To a cave of silent children Under the Pyrenees. Wine darkens in stone jars in villages. Wine sleeps in the mouths of old men, it is a dark red color. Smiles glitter in Madrid. Eisenhower has touched hands with Franco, embracing In a glare of photographers. Clean new bombers from America muffle their engines And glide down now. Page 30 Their wings shine in the searchlights Of bare fields, In Spain. Page 31 IN MEMORY OF A SPANISH POET Take leave of the sun, and of the wheat, for me.
But don't look at me. By God, I didn't start this mess. Whatever moon and rain may be, The hearts of men are merciless. . " UNAMUNO The American hero must triumph over The forces of darkness. He has flown through the very light of heaven And come down in the slow dusk Of Spain. Franco stands in a shining circle of police. His arms open in welcome. He promises all dark things Will be hunted down. State police yawn in the prisons. Antonio Machado follows the moon Down a road of white dust, To a cave of silent children Under the Pyrenees.
40 Bright & Bold Paperpieced Blocks: 12 Inch Designs from Carol Doak by Carol Doak