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American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine - August 2013

American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine - August 2013
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Volume 21, Number 4

In this issue the feature is Sew Organized - Improve the storage potential of your sewing space. Projects include: Summer Still Life - Machine applique a coneflower and add optional dimensional piecing to a sunny wall quilt; Shifting Directions - Employ precut strips and careful color placement; Make the Cut - Let Fussy-cut fabrics shine in a throw featuring star units; Row Houses - Build a charming quilt of bow tie and house blocks; Pretty in Pastels - Repeat a single block to create a sweet bed size quilt; Layer Upon Layer - Assemble Jacob's Ladder blocks using a simple stitch and flip technique; Click! - Make a picture perfect quilt using fusible web and satin stitch applique. American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine - August 2013.

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