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American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine - April 2016

American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine - April 2016
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Volume 24, Number 2, Issue 139

In this issue the Features are: Trusting Her Instincts - Victoria Findlay Wolfe stretches her creative muscles to make quilts that tell her story; 10 Ways to Find Your Quilting Community; Quilt Design Piece by Piece - Follow Victoria Findlay Wolfe through the color selection and quilt design process. Projects include: Happy Tiers - mirror image stacks of bright strips; On the Rails - a Rail Fence bed quilt and appliqué duo are a cozy flannel duo; It All Adds Up - get the scoop on this year's quilt-along projects; Grand Total - a modern plus sign collage; Plus Postage - pair Red Cross blocks with a Postage Stamp pattern for a positively striking quilt, All Aflutter - quilt as you go to make a bargello backdrop for fussy-cut butterfly appliqués; Bird & Bloom Needle Keeper - with wool appliqué and hand-embroidery; Star-Crossed - combine two variations of an Arrowheads block to mimic the look of cross-stiches and stars; Winning Combination - unite a multitude of triangle-squares in a scrappy quilt; Garden Fresh - fashion a pristine path of muted and bright colors into a flirty floral table runner; Home Stretch - try set-in seems with tumbler and stretched hexagon shapes. American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine, Issue 139, April, 2016.

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