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Beautiful bluebirds

I bought my first issue of magazine in September last year (issue 53) and completely fell in love with Janet Clare’s Swooping Swallows quilt. I had never made a quilt before, but after making a Jelly Roll

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Preparing The Appliqué Shapes
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Joyeux Noël
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Twist On Traditional Green
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