1998 Quilting Makes The Quilt by Lee Cleland - Quilting Book - The Patchwork Place - Detail Instructions - Great for Beginning Quilters

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Quilting Makes the Quilt by Lee Cleland - The Patchwork Place

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This 1998 book by Lee Cleland one of Australia's most popular quilters has detail quilting instructions from start to finish. Detail information for making your very own quilt designs. Information and 12 traditional quilt patterns attached in back of book. Colorful pages throughout this 136 page book including the autobiography of Lee Cleland. The perfect book for beginning quilters.

Copyright Date: 1998

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