Series: Quilt Art Engagement Calendar

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Quilt Art Engagement Calendar 1980 by American Quilter's Society1980
Quilt Art Engagement Calendar '851985
Quilt Art '86 Engagement Calendar by Klaudeen Hansen1986
Quilt Art '87 Engagement Calendar by American Quilter's Society1987
Quilt Art Engagement Calendar '881988
Quilt Art Engagement Calendar '89 by American Quilter's Soc.1989
Quilt Art '90 (Engagement Calendar) by American Quilter's Society1990
Quilt Art '91 Engagement Calendar: (Spiral-bound) by American Quilter's Society1991
Quilt Art Engagement Calendar '92 by American Quilter's Society1992
Amish - the Art of the Quilt 1993 Engagement Calendar by Calendars1993
Quilt Art-1993 Calendar by American Quilter's Society1993
Quilt Art Engagement Calendar '94 by American Quilter's Society1994
Quilt Art-1995 Calendar by Daily1995
Cal 96 Quilt Art Engaement by Klaudeen Hansen1996
Cal 97 Quilt Art : A Collection of Prize-Winning Quilts from Across the by Klaudeen Hansen1997
Cal 98 Quilt Art by Mary Hunt1998
Quilt Art Calendar, 2004: Sprial by Klaudeen Hansen2004
Quilt Art 2005 Engagement Calendar by Klaudeen Hansen2005
Quilt Art Engagement Calendar2006: A Collection of Prizewinning Quilts from Across the Country by Klaudeen Hansen2006
Quilt Art 2007 Calendar: A Collection Of Prizewinning Quilts From Across The Country by Klaudeen Hansen2007
2008 Quilt Art Engagement Calendar by Annette Baker2008

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