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American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine - October 2013

American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine - October 2013
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Volume 21, Number 5

In this issue, Workbook projects include: Garden Medallion - Pair mock hand-applique motifs with chunky Churn Dash blocks; Labyrinth - Twist and turn strip-pieced segments in a maze-style quilt; Wacky Jack - Combine Halloween novelty prints and an improvisational-piecing technique in a spooky throw; Green Acres - Add sashing to a Square-in-a-Square units for this wall hanging; Peak & Valleys - Form bright, jagged chevrons with a variation on Delectable Mountain blocks; Light the Way - Frame striking, fussy-cut stars with bold border prints; A Dash of Autumn - Asymmetrical blocks come together to create the look of a Churn Dash; Baby Makes Three - Pick a palette, then stitch a crib quilt in a flash; A Different Path - Take an alternative route - one that eliminates curved piecing - to construct a Drunkard's Path block. 112 pages. American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine - October 2013.

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