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American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine - August, 2021

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Vol. 29, No. 4, Issue 171

In this issue, see what is trending in the quilting world, get tips from other American Patchwork & Quilter magazine readers, and see carefully selected products and books from the Crafts Lab. Meet the Makers and learn about quilter who ice dye, forage, design creative spaces, and turn mini quilt blocks into jewelry, and read about artist Sujata Shah and her quilting joy. Quilt Projects include: Cut the Scrap by Wendy Sheppard; Tropical Paradise by Lori Q. Allison; Blue & White Delight by Jody Sanders; Strings Attached by Lori DeJarnatt; The Charmed Life by Amanda Wilbert; All for One by Jody Sanders; Turning Point by Megan Jimenez; Road Rules by Kim Shaefer and Enduring Appeal by Valerie Langue. American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine, Issue 171, August, 2021.

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