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Quilting on the Go in Spanish!!

I'm so happy to share that Quilting on the Go has been translated into Spanish~
I'm so excited that it will be accessible to even more quilters in Spain and beyond.  It is published by Editorial Acanto S.A. and currently available at Amazon.es

If you're out an about and see a copy in the book store, please comment and let me know~

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  1. Congratulations!!!! I already have my copy in english. I hope a lot of people fall in love with EPP.

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  2. Great news, well deserved success !
    Ukraine and Russia may take you a while yet mind you lol

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  3. Oh fab Jess, as you know I've already bought an English copy for my Spanish DIL but I think I'll order a Spanish one for her mum. And how wonderful for you too, congrats :D

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  4. That is good news! This is my favourite book, so many good tips and basic instructions. I love hand piecing, I find it so relaxing. May it go global so others can share your enthusiasm.

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  5. Congratulations again! Maybe it will go Greek, too...

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  6. Big congratulations and the cover is really pretty and eyecatching - am sure it will stand out in any bookstore! xCathy

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  7. I've got it! I found it in "La Casa del libro" in Alicante. I love it!
    Although I have no problems in reading in English it's nice to find a patchwork book in my own language.

    Thank you

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