Welcome To Sew Unique Creations!
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Our New Book!
Join me in a little playtime with 11 brand new small quilt using
wool and cotton combined! Simple wool applique in
gorgeous arrangements just pop off that cotton fabric we all love!
New Pattern Release!
The Legacy Sampler Quilt Pattern
Available in printed Pattern form and PDF Download versions!
22 New Quilt and Pennyrug Pattern designs for 2012 - and still growing!
#414 Charleston #428 Fall Frolic #410 Primitive Garden
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Just remember - I have a tendency to ramble on and on about all things quilting!
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