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Quiltmania Magazine - No. 123, January/February 2018

Quiltmania Magazine - No. 123, January/February 2018
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No. 123, January/February 2018

This New Year's issue takes the time to appreciate outstanding craftsmanship through the works of Japanese quilters and the designs and fabric of Morris & Co. Meet Sachiko Yoshida and see her colorful quilts rooted in tradition with a hint of modernity. View the four interesting exhibitions: International Quilt Festival, Houston; the Reiko Kato Exhibiton; William Morris; and Quiltersguilde. See the quilts and enchanting home of Bonnie Gustafson in Houston, a quilt maker inspired by her great-uncle. Projects include: Mystery Quilt Part 1; Wildflowers by Pat Bravo; Tea Garden by Karen Wittmeyer; Tavern Reds by Sharon Keightley; Log Cabin by Nathalie Meance; Hivernage by Edith Savioz; and Baby It's Cold Outside by Joe and Roxie Wood. Quiltmania Magazine - No. 123, January/February 2018.

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