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American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine - February 2020

American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine - February 2020
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Vol. 28, No. 1, Issue 162

In this issue, you will stay warm during the last months of winter with a collection of quilts to make and cherish. Gather tips on how to be Sew Organized and store your works in progress, in Fabulous Finishes learn how to work with a professional long-arm quilter, and Cory Yoder connects with family in My Most Cherished Quilt. Projects include: Country French by Renee Nanneman & Terry Paulson; Gray Area by Sarah J. Maxwell; Home Made by Monique Jacobs; Fresh Snow collector Miriam Kujac; make the Rounds by Heather Blick; Solid Choice by Andy Knowlton; Something Old & Something New by Ann Hermes; Find Your Inner Star by Wendy Sheppard; and Playtime by Jo Kramer & Kelli Hanken. American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine, Issue 162, February, 2020.

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