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Sew and Go Totes Launch by Quilt Designer Kristine Poor

Derry, NH – 1/26/2009

Quilt Designer Kristine Poor has written Sew and Go Totes – a collection of 9 quilted projects which is sure to catch the quilter’s eye! The projects range from a large duffel to a small patchwork wallet.

The popularity of quilted bags and the plethora of beautiful fabrics available today prompted Kristine to develop these totes. These bags also offer versatility; they make great gifts, market bags and diaper bags – the quilter can customize them to their needs. All of the instructions are clearly written with color illustrations and photographs. All you need is your creativity!

Cheryl Johnson of Leisure Arts writes (from her blog “Living in a Material World”): “If you’re in the mood to make a fabulous tote, backpack, bongo bag, or a ginormous bag perfect for weekend packing or, even better, large-project-toting, check this out!”

The book is available now through Leisure Arts, local quilt shops and major book retailers. The retail price is $16.95. (ISBN 1601409257)

About Kristine Poor

Kristine Poor is the designer behind Poorhouse Quilt Designs pattern company. Poorhouse Quilt Designs was born in September 2006, after designing the Sampler Tote as a gift for a family member. Kristine has a degree in Engineering and a love of fabric; these seemingly conflicting pursuits have come together. She works with Jean Johnson (mother/pattern editor/sample maker/creative assistant) to develop patterns that are a blank canvas for your creativity.

For more information about SEW AND GO TOTES, please visit www.leisurearts.com or contact Leisure Arts at 1-800-526-5111.


Attached: Book Cover photo

Kristine Poor

Poorhouse Quilt Designs

2A Bartlett Road

Derry, NH 03038





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