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Creating a Quilting Plan: Approaches for Any Quilt
Creating a Quilting Plan: Approaches for Any Quilt
Lori Kennedy
Plan and execute your quilting vision to take your quilt tops from folded to finished.
Curiously Similar
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Combine your walking foot and free-motion quilting to create stunning geometric designs.
Christina Cameli
Christina Cameli
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Put a fresh finish on classic blocks with unique free-motion motifs.
Natalia Bonner
Natalia Bonner
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Doodle your way to confidently quilting 25+ new free-motion motifs, including flowers, leaves, stars, trees and more.
Lori  Kennedy
Lori Kennedy

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Creating a Quilting Plan: Approaches for Any Quilt