Best Sellers from December!

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It's time for our monthly countdown! Join us as we reveal the top ten best sellers from December and share a little bit about why our readers love them. 

#10: Quilt As-You-Go Made Modern

#9: Modern Scot Patchwork

#8: Free-Motion Meandering

#7: String Fling

#6: Quilt As-You-Go Made Vintage

#5: Carol Doak's Foundation Paper

#4: Stitching for the Seasons

#3: The Kansas City Star Quilts Sampler

#2: Modern Memory Quilts

#1: String Frenzy

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  • String Frenzy
  • Modern Memory Quilts
  • Stitching for the Seasons
  • Modern Scot Patchwork
  • Free-Motion Meandering
  • Carol Doak's Foundation Paper
  • Quilt As-You-Go Made Modern
  • Quilt As-You-Go Made Vintage
  • The Kansas City Star Quilts Sampler
  • String Fling

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Rulerwork Quilting with Amanda Murphy

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More Thoughts on Inspiration

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Stitching for the Seasons

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Inspired Free-Motion Quilting Blog Tour Kickoff!

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Fussy Cut Fun with Pot Holders

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