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    Super Member no1jan's Avatar
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    I love the Quilter Bible
    http://www.amazon.com/Quilting-Bible...dp_ob_title_bk

    I use it all the time.

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    Order a pile of quilting books from your library and preview them.

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    Thanks for getting back to me. If you could only have ONE of them, which would you recommend?
    Sara in NC[/quote]

    The Quilter Ultimate Visual Guide
    I have two or three others, had them befor I purchased this one. This is now my go to...and I recommend it to all my students.

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    Thanks, Linda, I found the BH&G at Books-A-Million and it's great. May try to find the other one later, maybe at a quilt shop.

    Sara in NC

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    also take your quilting books and have Staples office store to rebind them so they lay flat, very inexpensive like $6.00 per book

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