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Compact guide to 180+ stitches and stitch combinations for hand embroidery, silk ribbon embroidery, and crazy quilting.

Topics: Crafts, Quilting, Needlework, Design, Informative, Illustrated, and How-To Guides

Published: C&T Publishing, Inc. an imprint of NBN Books on
ISBN: 9781607052395
List price: $15.99
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