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The ABCs of Words on Quilts

The ABCs of Words on Quilts
  • Author: Elizabeth Scott
  • Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc
  • ISBN: 9781607053231
  • Page: 80
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Add words and phrases to your quilt projects using appliqué and embroidery in 6 different lettering styles.

Add words and phrases to your quilt projects using appliqué and embroidery in 6 different lettering styles.


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