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Inspired Modern Quilts: 7 Small Projects With Big Style
Inspired Modern Quilts: 7 Small Projects With Big Style
Elizabeth Hartman
Create seven quilts with modern fabrics and stylish compositions using techniques such as improvisational piecing, paper piecing and raw edge appliqué.
Curiously Similar
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Quilt outside the box and create imaginative blocks that look a lot harder than they really are, with the modern design sensibility of Jacquie Gering.
Jacquie Gering
Jacquie Gering
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Gain fresh perspectives on color, prints, patterns and modern quilt construction with Weeks Ringle of Modern Quilt Studio.
Weeks Ringle
Weeks Ringle
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Combine spontaneous design with traditional techniques for bold quilts that are all your own. Joe Cunningham shows you how in this lively class.
Joe Cunningham
Joe Cunningham

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Inspired Modern Quilts: 7 Small Projects With Big Style