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Inspired by the National Parks: Landscapes & Wildlife in Fabric

Inspired by the National Parks: Landscapes & Wildlife in Fabric
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by Donna Marcinkowski DeSoto

Within the pages of this gorgeous, hardcover art quilt book is a trip through the National Parks of the United States as seen by 177 fiber artists and quilters. We are especially proud to see Luana Rubin's 'Bobcat' quilt in such good company! Along with full-color images and meaningful artist statements are thoughts and stories from park rangers who know these sacred spaces so well. This timely book arrives with the centennial of the National Parks Service, and is a great way to commemorate lands and animals we have come to know and love. 'Inspired by the National Parks: Their Landscapes and Wildlife in Fabric Perspectives' by Donna Marcinkowski DeSoto, publushed by Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., hardcover with 280 pages. A percentage of sales from this book will be donated to the National Park Service.

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