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Timeless Variations
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The Little Swallow
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United Family
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Sometimes what appears complex is the result of a simple concept. As well, what is conceived as simple can be a challenge. Before designer Monika Kinner-Whalen’s quilt project is dismissed as too complex or too simple, a closer look might reveal the opposite is true. Designed by Monika Kinner-Whalen My Sweet Prairie Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 306.979.3519 [email protected] mysweetprairie.blogspot.com
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Bobbles by the yard
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Pot of Tea
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Shoreline Table Runner
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I wanna be…Santa
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Scrappy Hearts Quilt
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Eadie Mae
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Picture yourself sitting outside under a shade tree weaving the afternoon away while making this beautiful table cloth. The 2x2 Monk’s Cloth is light and easy to handle, a perfect summer project for a beginner to advanced weaver. The sparkly yarns give it that extra special touch. Designed by Christine Allan Christine’s Swedish Weaving www.funandfastpatterns.ca [email protected]
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