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Quiltmania Magazine - No. 159, January 2024

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No. 159, January/February/March 2024

The first of Quiltmania's new double issues! Packed full of unique quilting inspiration and amazing art, there is now even more to be inspired by from Quiltmania. In this issue, peruse this months Portrait of an Artist with Janet Haigh; Exhibition: Quilt NSW Show & the Festival of Quilts Houston; Historical Quilts: Quilts & Superstitions; and Textile Stories: Oliver's Quilt. Projects Include: Oliver's Quilt by Cindy Vermillion Hamilton; Mystery Quilt, Part 1 by Renée Ferré; Forbidden City by Sheryl Anicich; Mount Fuji by Anne-Marie Saudo; Chocolate Brown Stars by Esther Paap; Towards the Light by Valerie Bensen; Stumbling Tumblers by Poulien Wolfswinkel; and Stardust by Renée Ferré. Quiltmania Magazine - No. 159, January/February/March 2024.

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