Series: Great American Quilts

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Great American Quilts 1987 by Sandra Obrien1987
Great American Quilts 1988 by Sandra L. O'Brien1988
Great American Quilts 1989 by Sandra L. O'Brien1989
Great American Quilts 1990 by Sandra L. O'Brien1990
Great American Quilts 1991 by Sandra L. O'Brein1991
Great American Quilts 1992 by Sandra L. O'Brien1992
Great American Quilts 1993 by Sandra L. O'Brien1993
Great American Quilts 01 1994 by Carol L. Newbill1994
Great American Quilts 02 1995 by Carol L. Newbill1995
Great American Quilts 03 1996 by Carol L. Newbill1996
Great American Quilts 04 1997 by Carol L. Newbill1997
Great American Quilts 05 1998 by Carol L. Newbill1998
Great American Quilts 06 1999 by Oxmoor House1999
Great American Quilts 07 2000 by Patricia Wilens2000
Great American Quilts 08 2001 by Patricia Wilens2001
Great American Quilts 09 2002 by Patricia Wilens2002
Great American Quilts 10 2003 by Rhonda Richards2003
Great American Quilts 11 2004 by Rhonda Richards2004
Great american quilts by Leisure ArtsUnknown

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