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Primitive Quilts and Projects Magazine

Primitive Quilts and Projects Magazine

Summer 2021

The industry's only magazine dedicated to the primitive artisan. At least 15 full patterns in each issue from quilting to rug hooking - all primitive/folk art style.

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País:
United States
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Homespun Media, LLC
Periodicidad:
Quarterly
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4 Números

en este número

5 min.
poppy pod lane

Finished quilt size: 16½" x 21½" Finished block size: 3" square PROJECT LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY BEGINNER MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS □ ¼ yard white with small red/blue print for blocks□ ¼ yard white with small red print for blocks and appliqué□ ¼ yard white with small blue print for blocks□ ¼ yard red print for blocks and appliqué□ ½ yard blue print for blocks, appliqué, and binding□ ¼ yard white with small print for appliqué border background□ 8" square scraps of two red prints for appliqué□ ¾ yard fabric of choice for backing□ ½ yard lightweight, paper-backed fusible web (Robin chooses Pellon Wonder Under measuring 17" wide)□ Size 8 perle cotton or 1 skein of embroidery floss for embroidered vines□ ¼ yard lightweight, fusible stabilizer (Robin chooses Pellon p44F measuring 20" wide)□ Tracing pen or pencil of…

8 min.
homespun sugar

Finished quilt size: 70" square PROJECT LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY INTERMEDIATE MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS □ 7⁄8 yard each of four coordinated homespun plaids for blocks (RW0095, RW0097, RW0098, RW0101)□ 2⁄3 yards homespun pink plaid for paper-pieced border (Lisa chose to repeat with RW0097)□ 7⁄8 yard homespun stripe for inner triangles of outer border (RW0100)□ 5⁄8 yard homespun stripe for binding (Lisa chose to repeat with RW0100)□ 1 ¼ yard homespun plaid for outer border triangles and corners (RW0103)□ ¼ yard small homespun check for center circle (RW5139)□ 1 yard green small homespun check for flower stems (RW205)□ ½ yard brown solid for blocks and paper-pieced border□ 1 ¼ yards white solid for blocks and paperpieced border□ 4 ¾ yards backing□ 10" square light pink wool for tulips □ 10" square pink plaid wool for hearts□ 18"…

10 min.
harmony quilt

Quilted by Darlene Szabo of Sew Graceful Quilting Finished quilt size: 69" x 79" PROJECT LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY INTERMEDIATE TIP: It will be helpful to label your fabrics A–J as noted in the Material Requirements. This will assist when working through the cutting instructions. You will see that some prints are listed twice in the cutting instructions, once in a group for house blocks, then again for tree blocks and borders. Also, when cutting the background and other prints, label groups as you see in the cutting instructions for houses, for small and large trees, and for numbered borders. MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS Wendy chose Bygone Browns by Marcus Fabrics for her project. Manufacturer’s fabric numbers are included. □ 37⁄8 yards cream print for background and borders #1 and #5 (0881-0142)□ ½ yard dark tan with dark print (A)…

3 min.
secret window

Quilted by Darlene Szabo, Sew Graceful Quilting Finished quilt size: 33" square PROJECT LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY BEGINNER MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS Note: Kay used Diamond Textiles homespun fabric. Item numbers are in parenthesis. □ 25 – 5" squares for blocks (assorted fabrics from the Picket Fence line)□ Fat eighth solid red print for flowers (PRF 628)□ 5" square black/white check for flower centers (PICK 3994)□ Fat quarter green print for stems and leave(PRIM STAR 2638)□ 3⁄8 yard solid black for center squares (PRF 3329)□ 2⁄3 yard gray check for outer border (PICK 3982)□ ½ yard gray stripe for binding (PICK 3985)□ 11⁄6 yard gray print for backing (PICK 3986)□ Soft Fuse (or fusible product of your choice) I love how these red flowers frame this sweet, simple quilt!—Jeni APPLIQUÉ PREPARATION AND CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS See Page 95 for general appliqué preparation instructions.…

4 min.
prim patched hearts

Finished size: 4¾" x 7¾" PROJECT LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY INTERMEDIATE RECIPE FOR COFFEE DYE • 2 heaping tablespoons of instant coffee granules • 2 teaspoons whole cloves • 2 cups hot water straight from the kettle MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS □ 16 fat eighths in light, medium, and dark prints□ Fat quarter fabric of choice for backing□ 16" square cotton batting□ Fabric and batting scraps for stuffing□ Stuffing tool□ Template plast□ Pencil, quilting pen, or FriXion pen□ Hera marker (optional)□ Cotton quilting thread□ Black floss□ Chenille needle size 24□ Rusty safety pins (optional)□ Old buttons (optional) CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS From the 16 prints, cut: • 4 – 1 ½" x 3" strips in varying shades for offcenter rectangle• 1 or 2 – 1 ½" x LOF strips from each for piecing• 4 – 1 ½" x 3" strips from fabric of choice…

2 min.
country garden

Finished size: 12" x 30" PROJECT LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY BEGINNER MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS □ 20" x 38" burlap, monks cloth, or linen□ ½ yard soft blue gray wool for background□ ¼ yard darker blue wool for border and flowers□ ¼ yard each of two different greens for leaves□ 1⁄8 yard total of reds for flowers□ ¼ yard soft gold for bee skep and border skeps□ Black Sharpie marker□ Red dot tracing paper or tulle netting□ Tapestry needle and thread□ 3 yards binding tape□ Hook□ Hooking frame or hoop□ Wool cutter (optiona CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS Referring to the wool colors listed, cut wool strips ¼" wide. (If you are using a wool cutter, you will need a size 8.) HOOKING INSTRUCTIONS 1. Using a ruler and permanent marker, draw a 12" x 30" outline on your foundation, making sure the lines…