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Christmas with Possibilities: 16 Quilted Holiday Projects

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Offering a collection of 15 Christmas inspired projects, including advent calendars, quilts, placemats & tote bags, this volume includes expert tips & techniques for adding a personal touch to each item.
Paperback, 79 pages
Published July 16th 2010 by C&T Publishing (first published June 1st 2010)
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Maggie
I enjoyed reading through this book and have gotten quite a few ideas for future projects. I want to try my hand at the Advent Calendar Wallhanging. Several great quilt patterns found in this book. I just wish there were more bed sized quilts. I get tired of having to figure out how to finish the quilt to fit queen-sized beds.
Patterns I loved: STARRY STARRY NIGHT quilt
BEAR'S PAW quilt
STRIPPY TREES quilt
THREE TALL SANTAS quilt
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In 1981 Nancy J. Smith and Lynda S. Milligan joined forces to establish the Great American Quilt Factory, Inc. The store, in Denver, Colorado, specialized in quilting patterns, fabrics, classes, and supplies. Four years later, Nancy and Lynda began designing patterns for quilts, stuffed animals, and dolls. In 1985 the formed DreamSpinners, the pattern division of Great American Quilt Factory, Inc. ...more
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