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Inset & Appliqué Circles by Machine
Inset & Appliqué Circles by Machine
Cheryl Arkison
Reach new quilting heights! Work alongside Cheryl Arkison as she shows you how to incorporate curved elements into your quilts with confidence.
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Round out your quilting repertoire! Let Ann Petersen take the fear out of sewing curved seams and open up a new world of piecing.
Ann Petersen
Ann Petersen
Gain fresh perspectives on color, prints, patterns and modern quilt construction with Weeks Ringle of Modern Quilt Studio.
Weeks Ringle
Weeks Ringle
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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