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Cindy Thury Smith - an Intrepid Quilter
I introduce you to Cindy Thury Smith an intrepid quilter/poet/author

Cindy Thury Smith - Patchworker and Poet
Patchwork Poetry from Cindy Thury Smith - a good giggle for all quilters.

City Blocks Quilt Book Review
City Blocks is a fabulous quilt book by Nancy Rink. It is all about modern metropolitan quilts that have a real wow factor.

Class Feedback Sheets
Class Feedback sheets are helpful to everyone. The student is able to let the tutor know how they felt the class went, the tutor is able to improve delivery on the advice of the students and the host (quilt shop owner) is able to make sure everyone is happy.

Clay's Choice Block Instructions
Part of the Basic Blocks Plus series, this block is known as Clay's Choice and comes with 6", 8", 10" or 12" instructions.

Cloth Slippers - Make your Own
Cloth Slippers make great gifts. You can match the fabric to the personality!

Color and Composition
Color and Composition for the Creative Quilter. Improve any quilt with Easy-to-follow lessons. By Katie Pasquini Masopust and Brett Barker

Color for the Terrified Quilter - Book Review
Color confidence will be boosted by the publication of this book. The authors have done a great job in explaining the importance of understanding color selection for your quilts.

Color Theory for Quilters - Shades
The third variation of Pure colors - the Shades.

Color Theory for Quilters - The Color Wheel
This is the first in a series of articles on the use of color in quilts. Comprehensive instructions are included for reading the color wheel, and applying the scientific methods in developing new and creative color schemes for todays quilts.

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