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 - All About Quilting From A to Z
All About Quilting From A to Z

Everything you want to know about designing, creating, and living with quilts in one comprehensive volume!

  • ASIN: 1571201823
 - Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, October, 2004, No. 366
Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, October, 2004, No. 366

92 page magazine with articles and projects for the quilter.

  • ASIN: B007JBQ7QO
 - Quilter's Newsletter Magazine (Acorn Quilt, Airplane Quilts, Etc, December 1977 - #97)
Quilter's Newsletter Magazine (Acorn Quilt, Airplane Quilts, Etc, December 1977 - #97)

Quilter's Newsletter Magazine (Acorn Quilt, Airplane Quilts, Etc, December 1977 - #97) [Single Issue Magazine]

  • ASIN: B0042LINJS
 - Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, July/August 2004 (Volume 35, Number 6, Issue Number 364)
Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, July/August 2004 (Volume 35, Number 6, Issue Number 364)

The blue image is the correct image for this issue. The Magazine for Quilt Lovers. Patterns in this issue include: Heat Wave, Fan Club, Red Between the Lines, Blue Skies, Russian Thistle, and Hearts and Apron Strings, Part 4. More great articles to read and enjoy. Only one of a huge collection of quilting magazines for you to add to your collection. What are you looking for? Let me know and I'll see what I have. More Magazines, Books and CD's available in our Amazon Store. Check them out today

  • ASIN: B003FGGXXE
 - Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, December 2004 (Volume 35, Number 11, Issue Number 368)
Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, December 2004 (Volume 35, Number 11, Issue Number 368)

6 Great new patterns to make and enjoy including: Lake Oswego Stars, Cherry Fizz, Tia's Hearts & Tulips, Candy Flowers, Part 2, Hanukkah Stars, Red & White Schoolhouse. Lots of other great articles and tips for quilters to make your life a lot more fun.

  • ASIN: B004L5GRY8
 - Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, May 2004 (Volume 35, Number 4, Issue Number 362)
Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, May 2004 (Volume 35, Number 4, Issue Number 362)

Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, May 2004, Volume 35, Number 4, Issue Number 362

  • ASIN: B003FGGSPC
 - Quilter's Newsletter Magazine. April 2004 No. 361. Vol 35 No. 3
Quilter's Newsletter Magazine. April 2004 No. 361. Vol 35 No. 3

STAPLED SPINE MAGAZINE

  • ASIN: B002SIF6EM
 - Quilter's Newsletter Magazine. The Magazine for Quilt Lovers. September 2004. No. 365. Single Issue Magazine.
Quilter's Newsletter Magazine. The Magazine for Quilt Lovers. September 2004. No. 365. Single Issue Magazine.

STAPLED SPINE MAGAZINE

  • ASIN: B002SID946
 - Quilter'S Newsletter Magazine Single Issue Magazine April 2006
Quilter'S Newsletter Magazine Single Issue Magazine April 2006

  • ASIN: B00U6PX6JG
 - Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, December 1993, No. 258 (The Magazine for Quilt Lovers, December 1993)
Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, December 1993, No. 258 (The Magazine for Quilt Lovers, December 1993)

Paperback / single issue, as pictured (sew-t)

  • ASIN: B003F1SDF0
 - Hidden in Plain View: A Secret Story of Quilts and the Underground Railroad
Hidden in Plain View: A Secret Story of Quilts and the Underground Railroad

The fascinating story of a friendship, a lost tradition, and an incredible discovery, revealing how enslaved men and women made encoded quilts and then used them to navigate their escape on the Underground Railroad.  In Hidden in Plain View, historian Jacqueline Tobin and scholar Raymond Dobard offer the first proof that certain quilt patterns, including a prominent one called the Charleston Code, were, in fact, essential tools for escape along the Underground Railroad. In 1993, historian Jacqueline Tobin met African American quilter Ozella Williams amid piles of beautiful handmade quilts in the Old Market Building of Charleston, South Carolina. With the admonition to "write this down," Williams began to describe how slaves made coded quilts and used them to navigate their escape on the Underground Railroad. But just as quickly as she started, Williams stopped, informing Tobin that she would learn the rest when she was "ready." During the three years it took for Williams's narrative to unfold—and as the friendship and trust between the two women grew—Tobin enlisted Raymond Dobard, Ph.D., an art history professor and well-known African American quilter, to help unravel the mystery.Part adventure and part history, Hidden in Plain View traces the origin of the Charleston Code ...

  • Color: Yellow
  • ASIN: 0385497679
 - Quilters Newsletter Magazine October/November 2014
Quilters Newsletter Magazine October/November 2014

  • ASIN: B00PR37V4S
 - Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, March, 2005 (Vol.36, No. 2, Issue No. 370)
Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, March, 2005 (Vol.36, No. 2, Issue No. 370)

The Magazine for Quilt Lovers. Patterns in this issue include: Laurel's Kite; Rings of Splendor; Geese in the Cabin; Feed Sack Fanfare; Toasty Feet; and Candy Flowers, Part 4. More great articles for you to enjoy. Only one of a huge collection of quilting magazines for you to add to your collection. What are you looking for? Let me know and I'll see what I have. More Magazines, Books and CD's available in our Amazon Store. Check them out today

  • ASIN: B0050ISUEU
 - Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, November 2005 (Volume 36, Number 6, Issue Number 377)
Quilter's Newsletter Magazine, November 2005 (Volume 36, Number 6, Issue Number 377)

The Magazine for Quilt Lovers. Patterns: Peppermint Patty; Loada Moda Scraps; The Puzzler; James & Jellies; Ohio Lily; and Prairie Compass, Part 4. In great condition. Just part of a very extensive collection of quilting magazines and books I am selling in the store. Be sure to check them out today.

  • ASIN: B004ZSHV7I
 - From the Cover: 15 Memorable Projects for Quilt Lovers
From the Cover: 15 Memorable Projects for Quilt Lovers

Fifteen one-of-a-kind quilt projects direct from the front cover of Quilter's News-letter Magazine, including never-before-patterned designs, are collected in this book celebrating this popular quilting publication. Quilters are invited to read all about the magazine and the growth of the quilting community over the past 35 years-including important events that have occurred in the quilting world-and enjoy a gallery of gorgeous quilts selected from 35 years of Quilter's Newsletter Magazine covers. Projects for both traditional and contemporary tastes are included for confident beginners through advanced quilters. Mary Leman Austin has been involved with Quilter's Newsletter Magazine since its inception. She is the daughter of the magazine's founders and currently serves as the magazine's executive director. She lives in Colorado. Quilter's Newsletter Magazine was established in 1969 and today is a favorite among quilters everywhere.

  • Brand: Brand: CnT Publishing
  • ASIN: 1571202463
 - {Quilting} Quilter's Newsletter Magazine: the Magazine for Quilt Lovers {Volume 16, Number 3, Issue 170, March 1985}
{Quilting} Quilter's Newsletter Magazine: the Magazine for Quilt Lovers {Volume 16, Number 3, Issue 170, March 1985}

{Quilting} Quilter's Newsletter Magazine: the Magazine for Quilt Lovers {Volume 16, Number 3, Issue 170, March 1985} [Paperback] Bonnie {Editor} Leman (Author)

  • ASIN: B0067C2Z2Q
 - 2 ISSUES QUILTER'S NEWSLETTER MAGAZINE October & November 2006 (QUILTING. PATTERNS. Quilt patterns for specialty fabrics. Nancy Crow. Design Shortcuts. Exercises for stippling. No. 386 & No. 387)
2 ISSUES QUILTER'S NEWSLETTER MAGAZINE October & November 2006 (QUILTING. PATTERNS. Quilt patterns for specialty fabrics. Nancy Crow. Design Shortcuts. Exercises for stippling. No. 386 & No. 387)

2 Issues of Quilter's Newsletter Magazine: October 2006/No. 386 and November 2006/No. 387

  • ASIN: B001R0V7CC
 - Simple Comforts: 12 Cozy Lap Quilts
Simple Comforts: 12 Cozy Lap Quilts

From the popular author of Simple Blessings, Simple Seasons, and Simple Traditions, here's a fresh assortment of inviting quilts. In Kim Diehl's signature style, these 12 projects feature traditional patchwork combined with charming appliqué. Exuding warmth and comfort, each quilt is perfect for tossing over the arm of a chair to be used at a moment's notice. But with such beautiful artistry, they could easily end up on the wall instead!

  • Brand: That Patchwork Place
  • ASIN: 1564778487

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