Series: Contemporary Quilting

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All Quilt Blocks Are Not Square: Innovative Piecing and Quilting of Hexagons, Triangles, Curves, and More by Debra Wagner
Applique the Ann Boyce Way by Ann Boyce
Barbara Johannah's Crystal Piecing by Barbara Johannah
The Complete Book of Machine Quilting by Robbie Fanning
Contemporary Quilting Techniques: A Modular Approach by Pat Cairns
Creative Triangles for Quilters by Janet B. Elwin
Fast Patch: A Treasury of Strip-Quilt Projects by Anita Hallock
Fourteen Easy Baby Quilts by Margaret Dittman
Machine-Quilted Jackets, Vests, and Coats by Nancy Moore
Precision-Pieced Quilts: Using the Foundation Method by Jane Hall
Quick-Quilted Home Decor With Your Sewing Machine by Jackie Dodson
The Quilter's Guide to Rotary Cutting by Donna Poster
Quilts by the Slice by Beckie Olson
Scrap Quilts Using Fast Patch by Anita Hallock
Stars Galore and Even More: Speed-Cut Designs Using Hexagons and Octagons by Donna Poster
Stitch 'N' Quilt: Making Accessories for Your Home by Kathleen Eaton
Teach Yourself Machine Piecing & Quilting by Debra Wagner
Three-Dimensional Applique by Jodie Davis
Three-Dimensional Pieced Quilts by Jodie Davis

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