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In this issue, explore unusual fabrics and textures for quilting including corduroy, rayon, chambray, and linen. Rosemary DeBoer explores corduroy and gives hints for it's use. Audrey Hiers talks about a Crazy Quilt of Memories, reminiscing over making a quit with bridal and specialty fabrics. Patterns include: Christmas Finery - A pretty throw in Christmas fabrics; Roaring Twenties - Reed Johnson shows a great masculine quilt; Corduroy Christmas - Jen Daly's tree pillow gives so much texture; Climbing Stars - Two blocks alternate to make this holiday quilt; Bubbly - A puffy-style bed runner made with soft and feel-good rayon; Sugar and Spice - Emroider flowers for extra texture on this tiny crappy cushion; Winter Flowers - Appliqued snowflakes are a perfect finish for Jo Moury's table runner; First Light - Connie Kauffman uses beautiful batiks for an unusual table topper; Forest Sky - Challenge yourself with partial seams to assemble this quilt with multiple sizes of stars and trees; Magic Cube - A string-pieced star is just the beginning of this scrappy, fun quilt; Jolly Old Saint Nicholas - Paper piecing and faux fur work together to create texture on Mary Hertel's table runner; Christmas Critters - Cute bear mug rugs with easy embroidery for texture.