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Better Homes & Gardens - Quilts and More - Winter 2012

Better Homes & Gardens - Quilts and More - Winter 2012
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Winter 2012 Issue

In this issue projects include: Play Attention - Whip up a fun quilt using simple shapes; Sew Square - Fashion two large squares into a stylish bag; Bright & Easy - Make an easy-to-sew twin-size bed quilt; Picture This - Frame a favorite photo in a handmade wall quilt; Finders Keepers - Stash jewelry in a travel-size tote; Wrapped up - Try a stitch and flip method on plush fabrics; Store it in Style - Stow your iPad in a fashionable fabric cover; Frosty Fun - Appliqué snowflakes and circles for a wintry look; Sweet Ideas - Use lollipops as pincushions, decor, and more; 3-Hour Totes - Craft bags using precut 2 1/2" wide strips; Elephants on Parade - Focus on a sweet print in a wall quilt. Quilts and More Magazine from Better Homes and Gardens, Winter 2012.

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