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Book Review: Dual Image Appliqué

Dual Image Applique
Dual Image Appliqué
Dilys Fronks
AQS; $26.95

As Dilys Fronks looked back at her work of many years, she realized that positive and negative design shapes had surfaced in much of her work. That led to her focus on dual image appliqué. Dilys uses a fused appliqué technique and ends up with two opposite images from the same pattern. These can be used in the same project or two separate projects. The book includes 10 projects to tackle once you have the basics, each project building on or adding to the skill of those learned previously. I liked the detailed instruction and close-up photos. Patterns are included with enlargement instructions, as is a gallery of images to inspire you.

Here’s a link to Amazon if you would like to learn more about the book.

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2 Responses to “Book Review: Dual Image Appliqué”

  1. Helen Howes said:

    Fronks, please not Franks… Dylis is a lovely lady, but this happens all the time…

  2. Morna said:

    And, I even knew that! The fingers were faster than the brain and I corrected it in the original post. Thanks Helen.

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