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New Zealand Quilter Magazine - January 2013

New Zealand Quilter Magazine - January 2013
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Issue 82 - January 2013

In this issue: Jo Dixey, a professional embroiderer and quilter with works that exude originality; Aotearoa Quilters' exhibition continues its high standard; Adorning the body - drama and dressmaking at the annual wearable art show; Pat Hewitt's was a life devoted to fabric; Motueka Quilting Connection's annual show; Shirley Dixon gets traditional tivaevae lessons; Rose City Quilters celebrate thirty years with a varied exhibition; Space Between - textile artist Kerry Reddy's evocative exhibition; A New Voice - Rona Ngahuia Osborne and Alexis Neal's collaborative installation; A River Runs Through Us - Helen Pedersen's quilt captures the essence of Whanganui; and much more. New Zealand Quilter Magazine, Issue 82.

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