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Quiltmania Magazine - No. 116, November/December 2016

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No. 116, November/December 2016

In this issue: Meet Wilma, Loes & Els - see their collection of quilts and vintage Dutch fabrics in Spakenburg, the Netherlands. View 19 quilts from the 22nd European Patchwork Meeting, Japanese treats in It's Christmas with Reiko Kato, and Making the Australian Quilt: 1800-1950 from the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia. In Historical Quilts, learn why the Quakers used silk and see some fine hand-quilting. In Quilts in Enchanting Homes meet Gerda Modderkolk, an emblematic figure in Petra Prins' shop. Projects include: Mystery Quilt - Final Part; Banks' Retreat designed by Paula Barrens; Puzzle by Michele Beugnon; Mojave Stars by Karen Wittmeyer; White Christmas by Rhonda McCray; Warm Wishes by Jo Marton; Hattie O'Connell by Suzanne Unbehaun. Quiltmania Magazine - No. 116, November/December 2016.

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