New Zealand Quilter Magazine - July 2012
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Issue 80 - July 2012
In this issue: Amanda Hasselman is inspired by the colors and textures of the New Zealand landscape; Traveling treats - the annual Hoffman Challenge quilts never fail to excite; A great day out - Wine Country quilts is a biennial three-day event; Beneath the southern sky - a traveling exhibition evokes a sense of place; Seeing double - the annual Dorothy Collard challenge theme was 'double' - Traditional tonic - Masterquilters' latest exhibition celebrates traditional-style quilts; Flying the flag - friends and history inspired Prue Donald's quilt Arrival - Living cloaks - a significant historical collection of Maori cloaks on show at Te Papa; Poetic dreamings - a review of two of Katherine Morrison's latest works; A quilter's view - Shirley Dixon reviews the textile exhibition Common Threads, Slow stitching - Leslie Falls' labor intensive techniques require time and patience; and much more! New Zealand Quilter Magazine, Issue 80.