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Paper Quill Art Book Instructional Vintage First Edition

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1972, by Barbara Maddox. It's your turn to quill.

Spiral bound book, vintage original printing, on heavy card stock paper.

Paper quill art and craft, techniques, tips and designs. dozen of classic and useful patterns to copy, and instruction tutorial enough to create your own. A timeless craft, having seen samples from Victorian times, some very intricate and valuable.
A great way to learn a new craft this winter.
27 pages, in very good condition, no tears, markings or odors.

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