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anie Schulz, a member of the Langley Quilters Guild for 10 years, uses free motion quilting to stitch flowers onto her piece. Schulz was one of many volunteers from the Quilters Guild helping out at the 2012 Quilt Show, where over 200 quilts were displayed at George Preston Recreation Centre on May 11 and 12. - Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times
anie Schulz, a member of the Langley Quilters Guild for 10 years, uses free motion quilting to stitch flowers onto her piece. Schulz was one of many volunteers from the Quilters Guild helping out at the 2012 Quilt Show, where over 200 quilts were displayed at George Preston Recreation Centre on May 11 and 12.
— image credit: Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times
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