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Quilts Japan Magazine - January 2013 - TEXT IN JAPANESE

Quilts Japan Magazine - January 2013 - TEXT IN JAPANESE
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January 2013 - Issue 150 - Text in JAPANESE

This high-quality 145 page glossy Japanese magazine contains beautiful photographs and illustrations, helpful project diagrams and pattern inserts. Highlights include quilts and home decor based around traditional Japanese themes such as kimonos, woodblock prints, gardens and toys; beautiful totes, bags and purses; accessories for the tea table; a gallery of mini-quilts and bags; single block projects with American primitive themes, plus a 2013 calender insert filled with a stunning variety of quilt glamor shots! Quilts Japan Magazine - January 2013 - Text is in JAPANESE.
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