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Smart Techniques for Working With Wedges
Smart Techniques for Working With Wedges
Debbie Caffrey
Master essential wedge techniques to create Dresden plate blocks, gorgeous borders and your most dynamic quilts yet!
Curiously Similar
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Transform any quilt pattern into your own custom design!
Debbie Caffrey
Debbie Caffrey
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Cut your quilting prep time in half! Discover secret techniques for faster cutting, easy set-in seams, miters in minutes and more.
Debbie Caffrey
Debbie Caffrey
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Piece on-point and diagonal designs you love, without the math and complicated sewing you don't! Breeze through three prized quilt projects with the Square-agonals® technique.
Sandi Blackwell
Sandi Blackwell

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