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Series: The Quilt Engagement Calendar

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The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1975 by Inc. Sunrise Books1975
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1977 by Cyril I. Nelson1977
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1978 by Cyril I. Nelson1978
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1979 by Cyril I. Nelson1979
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1980 by Cyril I. Nelson1980
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1981 by Cyril I. Nelson1981
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1982 by Cyril I. Nelson1982
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1983 by Cyril I. Nelson1983
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1984 by Cyril I. Nelson1984
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1985 by CN1985
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1986 by Cyril I. Nelson1986
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1987 by Cyril I. Nelson1987
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1988 by Cyril I. Nelson1988
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1989 by Cyril I. Nelson1989
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1990 by Cyril I. Nelson1990
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1991 by Cyril I. Nelson1991
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1992: Eighteenth Edition by Cyril I. Nelson1992
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1993 by Cyril I. Nelson1993
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1994 by Cyril I. Nelson1994
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1995 by Cyril I. Nelson1995
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1996 by Cyril I. Nelson1996
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1997 by Cyril I. Nelson1997
Quilt Engagement Calendar 1998 by Cyril Nelson1998
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 1999 by Cyril I. Nelson1999
The Quilt Engagement 2000 Calendar: 58 Antique and Modern Handmade Quilts by Cyril I. Nelson2000
The Quilt Engagement Calendar 2001 by Cyril I. Nelson2001

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