How To Create Rulerwork Designs

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Prism, pieced by Paul Krampitz and quilted by Miriam March Excerpt from Stacy Day’s Child’s Play Quilts.  I Love Ladybugs, pieced by Stacey Day and quilted by Miriam March Have you noticed that once one friend, coworker, or relative announces that they are expecting, it seems like everyone else you know quickly follows suit? While making baby quilts to [...]

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