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Curated Quilts - Issue 18 - Collaborate

eQuilter Curated Quilts - Issue 18 - Collaborate

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Collaborate - Issue 18

Each issue of Curated Quilts focuses on just one theme, with the selection of modern quilts featured curated to that theme. In addition to inspiring quilts, each issue includes articles with ideas and trends to drive your creativity in the sewing room. Curated Quilts has no ads throughout the magazine, just the quilt content we know you want to see! This issue focuses on Collaboration! Curated Quilts - Issue 18 - Collaborate. Patterns and Articles include: Harmony pattern by Amy Ellis; The Quarantine Quilt Collaboration by Wendy Hill; On Trend: Digital Quilty Connections by Meaghan O’Malley; Building Community Through Collaboration by Karen Bolan and Ellyn Zinsmeister; Collaborate Mini Quilt Challenge; Collaboration with a Longarm Quilter by Chris Batten; Creative Reset: Thinking Outside the Block by Erika Echols and Natasha Gardner; Rebel without a Hue by Becky McNeill; Collaborating with the Past by Teresa Duryea Wong; Collaborate Gallery

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