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The Big Book of Bobbins - Fun Quilty Cartoons - cover

The Big Book of Bobbins - Fun Quilty Cartoons

Julia Icenogle

Publisher: Kansas City Star Quilts

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Summary

The quirky quilter is back at her crafty antics in this compendium of cartoons from the Kansas City Star Quilts blog.   Since Mrs. Bobbins first appeared on PickleDish.com in 2008, she’s been keeping her growing number of quilting fans in stitches. Now, with The Big Book of Bobbins, fans old and new can enjoy the way she navigates life—and mystifies her husband—as a woman who lives, breathes, and eats quilting. At 112 pages, The Big Book of Bobbins is divided into ten chapters that cover everything from lighthearted humor to quilting frustrations and current events. Readers will enjoy the Holidays at the Bobbins’ and meet Mrs. Bobbins’ friends and beloved cats. Top all of that off with a road trip to a quilt show, and you have The Big Book of Bobbins!

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