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849 Traditional Patchwork Patterns: A Pictorial Handbook

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Abundantly illustrated index to traditional quilting patterns, with designs organized according to most prominent geometric configuration — star (Blazing Sun), triangle (Birds in Air), circle (Pickle Dish), square (Stained Glass), many combinations. Includes 139 new quilt patterns. Indispensable to quilters, collectors, folk art lovers.
Paperback, 160 pages
Published June 1st 1989 by Dover Publications
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