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Patchwork Nation
Patchwork Nation
The world of quilting brings together a colorful patchwork of perspectives and people. And much like a top, no two are exactly alike. In our five-part series Patchwork Nation, we dive into the seams of that colorful community, connecting with five talented, artistic quilters — each with very different takes on quilting, creativity, and as it would turn out, life.
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Get to know the real Angela Walters - mother, quilter and the beloved host of "The Midnight Quilt Show." In this Bluprint original series, we go behind the seams to get a glimpse into Angela's world.
Angela Walters
Angela Walters
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Say hello to the Midnight Quilt Show, a YouTube series that celebrates late-night stitches, taking shortcuts and sewing in your PJs! Each week, host Angela Walters will bring you a quick and quippy breakdown of a brand new quilt… wine not included.
Angela Walters
Angela Walters
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Say hello to the Midnight Quilt Show, a YouTube series that celebrates late-night stitches, taking shortcuts and sewing in your PJs! Each week, host Angela Walters will bring you a quick and quippy breakdown of a brand new quilt… wine not included.
Angela Walters
Angela Walters

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