Mimi Dietrich


Mimi Dietrich

Mimi Dietrich is an American quilter and quilting instructor who resides in Catonsville, Maryland.

She is the author of 15 quilting books, including Happy Endings: Finishing the Edges of Your Quilt.[1] She teaches quilting classes in the Maryland area as well as nationally. Mimi's books and workshops focus mainly on applique techniques and Baltimore Album Quilts. In total, her books have sold over a half million copies.[2]

Bibliography

  • A Quilter's Diary: Written in Stitches
  • Mimi Dietrich's Favorite Applique Quilts
  • Baltimore Basics: Album Quilts from Start to Finish
  • Easy Applique Samplers: 20 Designs to Mix and Match
  • Growing Up with Quilts: 15 Projects For Babies To Teens
  • Bed and Breakfast Quilts
  • Pink Ribbon Quilts: A Book Because of Breast Cancer
  • Basic Quiltmaking Techniques for Borders and Binding
  • Basic Quiltmaking Techniques for Hand Applique
  • Quilts: An American Legacy
  • Quilts from the Smithsonian: 12 Designs Inspired by the Textile Collection of the National Museum of American History
  • The Easy Art of Applique: Techniques for Hand, Machine, and Fusible Applique
  • Baltimore Bouquets: Patterns and Techniques for Dimensional Applique
  • Handmade Quilts
  • Happy Endings: Finishing the Edges of Your Quilt

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