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American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine, June 2017

American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine, June 2017
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Vol 25, Number 3, Issue 146

In this issue: Color Crush - Explore color with inspiration from designers Kathy Doughty, Alison Glass, and Elizabeth Hartman. Build your quilting skills with quilting designs for the Log Cabin block by Christa Watson. Projects include: Wavelength - Warm and cool prints combine for a quilt that has standout style; Patchwork Picnic - Pack piecing and applique into a quilt that's perfect for an afternoon outside; Starlett - Pair pastels and white for star blocks that truly sparkle; Something Blue - A variety of blue scraps finds a home in a classic two-color throw; Hummingbird Nine-Patch - Use a simple piecing method to easily assemble four-point star blocks; Flower Trellis - Applique flowers to a mosaic background for blooms that pop. American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine, Issue 146, June, 2017.

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