Quiltmaker

November/December 2021

In every issue you will get 9+ brand new quilt patterns for quilts of all sizes and skill levels. We also give you a bonus download with three quilts that follow the popular red-and-white quilt trend! AND, when you subscribe, you will get the digital version of the current issue so you can start enjoying all the great tips and tricks.

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2 min
by hand

When I started quilting, hand quilting was the norm. I loved the rhythmic task of quilting the layers together. I found it relaxing. Fast-forward twenty years, arthritis has taken away most of the pleasure from hand quilting, but I appreciate those who love the portability and enjoyment of slow-sewing a project. In this issue, we focus on different aspects of creating quilts using hand-sewing techniques—but fear not if you think “hand” is a four-letter word. We share more than just hand quilting projects and all the handwork in this issue can certainly be done by machine. The Artist Q & A by Jenni Grover is with Heidi Parkes, who you may know from QuiltCon. Heidi is a certified yoga instructor who specializes in hand yoga. Her quilts are stunning and all…

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2 min
sew to speak

Sea Glass Sea Glass by Scott Murkin in the May/June 2015 issue was my grandson Paul’s choice for his twin size high school graduation quilt. I liked the movement and geometric design. While in Alaska, I purchased blue fabric depicting the Northern Lights and coordinating lime green fabric. The lighter fabric is a polka dot. My grandson has the quilt in his dorm room. Judy Brinkmann • Burien, Washington Perfect Storm Our local quilt guild, Anchorage Log Cabin Quilters, provides many comfort quilts to local service providers. Coordinating fabrics are grouped together and offered to members at large to complete and return to be quilted by other volunteers. I chose the kit featuring bright Alaska themed center squares, blues, and a sparkly white, then added from my stash and used them to make this…

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2 min
butterfly migration

Intermediate Finished Size: 56” x 64” Finished Blocks: 8” materials Fabric yardage assumes 40” usable width of fabric (WOF) unless otherwise noted. White Solid 3¼ yards for blocks Dark Blue Print 1 yard for appliqué, border 2, and binding Light Blue Print 1¼ yards for appliqué and borders Light Green Print ⅜ yards for appliqué Gold Print ⅛ yards for appliqué Pink Print ⅝ yards for appliqué Backing 3⅞ yards Batting 64” x 72” Download the Basic Lessons PDF at: www.quiltingdaily.com/quilt-basics-and-lessons/ cutting Patches are lettered in order of use. Measurements include ¼" seam allowances. Border strips will be pieced and cut to exact length needed. You may want to make them longer to allow for piecing variations. White Solid 42 squares 9½” (A) Dark Blue Print 7 strips 2½” x WOF for binding 4 rectangles 2½” x 6½” (D) 4 rectangles 2½” x 4½” (C) 48 template…

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3 min
poinsettia parade

Intermediate Finished Size: 50” x 60” Finished Blocks: 10” materials Fabric yardage assumes 40” usable width of fabric (WOF) unless otherwise noted. White Solid 2½ yards for blocks Dark Green Solid ⅝ yard for blocks Medium Teal Solid ¾ yard for blocks Navy Solid ½ yard for blocks Yellow Solid ¼ yard for blocks Light Green Solid ½ yard for blocks Medium Red Solid 1⅜ yards for blocks and binding Dark Red Solid ⅞ yard for blocks Backing 3¼ yards Batting 54” x 68” Download the Basic Lessons PDF at: www.quiltingdaily.com/quilt-basics-and-lessons/ cutting Patches are lettered in order of use. Measurements include ¼" seam allowances. White Solid 15 squares 11½” (D) 60 squares 2⅞” (A) 60 squares 2½” (B) Dark Green Solid 60 squares 2⅞” (A) Medium Teal Solid 4 strips 2½” x WOF for bands 60 squares 2½” (B) Navy Solid 4 strips 2½” x WOF for bands Yellow Solid…

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4 min
designer spotlight

Creative Living Ukranian-born Olesya Lebedenko is a teacher, designer, quilter, doll maker, author, magazine contributor, and entrepreneur living in Ontario, Canada. Her work has been featured in U.S., Canadian, and Ukranian publications and she has led hundreds of workshops all over Europe and Canada. She is full of ideas and constantly creating fresh, modern patterns—even through international catastrophes! Join us as we learn more about Olesya. Crafting through adversity I grew up in a big city, Dnipropetrovsk (now called Dnipro), in Ukraine. My granny taught me how to cross stitch and knit when I was five years old, and she kept me busy every summer making doll clothes in the countryside. My husband and I met at university (I have masters degrees in both economics and marketing) and eventually moved to Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv,…

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4 min
cross-stitch flower

Challenging Finished Size: 79½” x 79½” Finished Blocks: 10½” materials Fabric yardage assumes 40” usable width of fabric (WOF) unless otherwise noted. Medium Peach Solid ⅞ yard for patches and blocks Blue Solid 4¾ yards for patches and blocks Orange Solid 1 yard for patches, blocks, and binding Light Peach Solid 1⅜ yards for patches and blocks Backing 7⅞ yards Batting 88” x 88” Download the Basic Lessons PDF at: www.quiltingdaily.com/quilt-basics-and-lessons/ cutting Patches are lettered in order of use. Measurements include ¼" seam allowances. Medium Peach Solid 4 strips 2” x WOF for bands 32 rectangles 3½” x 5” (B) 8 squares 2” (G) Blue Solid 11 strips 2” x WOF for bands 4 rectangles 14” x 26” (J) 4 rectangles 12½” x 14” (I) 16 squares 6½” (D) 4 rectangles 2” x 27½” (L) 8 rectangles 2” x 26” (K) 24 rectangles…

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