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Amish Circle Quilt

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Amish women have been creating exquisite quilted masterpieces since the 1800s. Amish quilts represent personal expression, craftsmanship and frugality, and are the most desired in the world. This book is the first to take quilters inside the Amish tradition of the Circle letter. From each letter, a quilt block is created to represent a significant event in the life of the ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published December 1st 2004 by Krause Publications
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