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Generation Q Magazine - Spring 2013

Generation Q Magazine - Spring 2013
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Spring 2013

Written by and especially for the community of contemporary and modern quilters, sewists, fabric addicts and crafters who enjoy creative expression in all forms. Includes lifestyle, interviews, and, of course, patterns! In this issue: Trendology: Hexies - old-fashioned vibe has a new beat; Quarters: a Tale of Two Houses - Visit with lizzie b cre8ive; Test Drive: HST Tool - Working the Angles; A Longarmer's Top Secrets; Growing Joys: Art Gallery Fabrics - And Indie House Expands; Top 25 Must Have Tools & Gadgets; Working It: Craftsy. Patterns include: Grandpa's Toolbox - Melissa Peda; Stranded - Christine Stainbrook; Sweetheart Playmat - Julie Herman; Dot To Dot Apron - Lisa Bee-Wilson; Modern Mix-Up - Emily Herrick; and much, much more! Generation Q magazine, 'Quilt, Sew, Live, Breathe' - Spring 2013.

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