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  • Publisher: C&T Publishing
  • Edition: ZA General merchandise
  • Publication: 31 December 2019
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781617459030
  • Stock: 4 in stock
  • Size: 394x381 mm
  • Illustrations: 0
  • Pages: 0
  • RRP: £11.99
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Judy Martin’s Supernova Eco Tote


by Judy Martin

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This heavy-duty and spacious bag will become your new go-to carryall. It features the Supernova quilt from Singular Stars by internationally known and well-loved quilter Judy Martin. The environmentally conscious tote is made from recycled water bottles, also making it water-resistant. With double handles—one short, one long—you can carry it over your shoulder or on your arm as needed.

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About Judy Martin

Judy Martin has designed and published more original patterns than anyone in history and has made a four-decade career out of giving quilters everything they need to do their very best work. She and her family live in Iowa, USA. For more information visit www.judymartin.com.


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This heavy-duty and spacious bag (394 x 381mm) is a grat craft carryall and features the Supernova quilt from Singular Stars by quilter Judy Martin. Made from recycled water bottles, it's water-resistant and has double handles, for over your shoulder or your arm.

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