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Quilting Is Central to the Top Craft Books of 2015: The Remnant House Responds


Harrogate, England -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/08/2016 -- A prominent daily newspaper has recently issued a report of the best craft books of 2015, with general crafting and quilting appearing as two prominent activities. The report itself has big implications for the coming year too, as it highlights personal crafts as increasingly popular and allows a number of trends to be predicted regarding the most popular activities. Set to be big in particular is quilting; as a straightforward task which holds a number of related publications.

According to the report prominent books of 2015 included 'Constantinople Quilts', drawing attention to the cultural importance of personal crafts and a range of quilt designs. The focus on quilting appears to continue through publications such as 'The Modern Medallion Workbook' and 'Smash Your Precut Stash'. In these books quilts do play a prominent theme, but sewing, knitting and general crafting is also considerably covered.

In turn, quilting is expected to be a continued trend going into 2016, especially so for the oncoming winter months. People desire to make something which will last and learn a skill also. Being able to quilt unlocks the potential to create many useful crafts and The Remnant House had this to say:

"The list of the best craft books of 2015 is a great thing in itself as shows a prominent interest in creativity and crafting; a highly enjoyable hobby or even a way of life for some. Quilting we know is particularly popular and that is why we offer a range of materials, ideal for incorporating into quilts, to suit this demand. For the best experience, whether you are crafting or quilting, exciting and durable materials matter: something we strive to provide."

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