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Primitive Quilts and Projects MagazinePrimitive Quilts and Projects Magazine

Primitive Quilts and Projects Magazine Winter 2018

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.

Pays:
United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Homespun Media, LLC
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warm homespun greetings

In the year’s final season, it’s easy to lose ourselves in the hustle and bustle of holiday extravaganzas, from Thanksgiving dinners, to shopping and decorating. We make guest lists, to-do lists, and shopping lists, check them twice, and add more items before half of the original items are crossed off. We hope to make your gifting and decorating a little easier. All the projects in this issue make great gifts for those on your list, and for yourself! From table toppers, mats, and runners, to wall hangings and stockings, we’re sure you’ll find plenty of ideas and inspiration. We can’t wait to get started on some of these beauties! Our Charitable Cause is a great example of rallying generous quilters from everywhere to raise funds for important work, in this case, supporting…

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about the project

Templates You will notice the format of the templates varies from project to project. The primitive style is all about personal expression and individuality, and whenever possible, we have used the original hand-drawn artwork of our project designers to preserve its primitive charm. General Guidelines Before starting each project, keep these basics in mind: Yardage requirements are based on 43/44"-wide 100% cotton fabric Sew with a ¼" seam allowance unless otherwise noted Sew with right sides together unless otherwise noted Project Level of Difficulty Our technical editor has assigned each project a level of difficulty—beginner, intermediate or advanced. Our handy “crow” system will help you decide which project best suits your particular skill level. Results We believe the instructions for the projects are accurate. The projects have been proofread by our technical editor. Because materials, equipment, and individuals vary, your…

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reindeer games

Finished size: 15½" x 28¼" Material Requirements □ 17" x 30" oatmeal wool for background□ 6" x 12" medium brown wool for reindeer□ 3" x 6" tan wool for reindeer antlers□ 3" square white wool for reindeer tails and candy canes□ 4" square black wool for reindeer legs□ 6½" square of dark green solid wool for Christmas tree□ 6½" square of dark green textured wool for Christmas tree□ 3" square gold textured wool for star tree toppers and collar bells□ 4½" square gold solid wool for large jingle bells and bells on tree□ 4" x12" dark red wool for ribbons and collars□ 2" square periwinkle blue wool for the Christmas tree balls□ 2" square dark brown textured wool for tree trunks□ 3" x 6" forest green wool for holly leaves□ 3" x…

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your voice

Wow…wow…wow…I just opened the Fall 2018 issue. I am overwhelmed, blown away, verklempt! You really outdid yourselves on this issue. I'm not even sure where to start. Usually, I put little stickies to indicate pages that feature projects I want to make. In this case, I'd have to mark every article. You just keep getting better and better. Now, if I can just find the time to get some sewing done. — Geri Alper Here’s my cotton and wool version of Jill Shaulis’ Fall Welcome from your Fall 2018 issue. Another great project. —Carolyn Vaughn Finally, after many years of wanting to make it, I finished my giant Primitive Pumpkin quilt. Thanks, Jeni Gaston, for the pattern—I love it. —Paula Wexler Here is my version of the Heartland pattern by Jen Daly from the Spring 2018…

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winter blooms

Finished Size: 66" x 66" Finished Block Size: 17" square Material Requirements □ 1⅜ yards light print for background□ ⅛ yard dark orange print for blocks□ ⅜ yard dark red print for blocks□ ½ yard small scale dark green print for blocks□ ¾ yard gold print for blocks and inner border□ ⅝ yard red print for large triangles□ 3 yards dark green print for large triangles, outer border, and binding□ 8" x 10" gold wool for flowers□ 10" x 15" red wool for flowers□ 8½" square dark red wool for flowers□ 7" x 17" rust wool for flowers□ 10" x 18" total of various green wools for leaves, calyxes, and stems□ 5" square dark tan wool for flower centers□ 1 yard Steam a Seam 2 Lite®□ #12 Perle Cotton to match wools (Krisanne…

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ask mom

Dear Jeni, I hear from many quilters that we should always label our quilts. Can you give me some ideas on how to do this? Thank you—Sally Dear Sally, Thank you for asking this question. I am a firm believer of signing your work, just as a painter would sign his or her painting. However, I must admit, I haven’t signed everything I have ever made, but my intentions were good! Think of it this way: Have you ever wished you knew the story behind a quilt you found at an antique store or thrift shop? Wouldn’t it be wonderful if all those quilters of the past signed their quilts? There are several ways you can do this. One way is just literally signing the back of your quilt right on the backing with…

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