Quiltmaker March/April 2021

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1 min
planting seeds

There is something inspirational about spring. The smell in the air, the first buds popping through the soil, and the warmer days offer hope that the cold winter is over. It also inspires a new color palette and different projects in my sewing room. As I started planning this issue, I thought about planting seeds and how that translates to quilting. Do you get inspired by seeing new techniques? Sometimes I don’t even need to try the technique for it to spark ideas for the projects I want to try. In this issue, How Does Your Garden Sew? by Phyllis Meiring was one of the first projects chosen. I love how she used hand embroidery and sewing-themed buttons to make her creative wall hanging. I also loved that she framed her project.…

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2 min
sew to speak

Hoo Patch I chose this animal quilt to make from a selection of Patch Pals from Quiltmaker (September/October ‘12). It was fun to use fabric from my stash to make the quilt and to design a different border. It was chosen for the Court of Honour at our local fair. Dorothy Simpson • Boissevain, Manitoba, Canada Magic Stars This is a quilt I made for my granddaughter for her graduation. She picked out the pattern and the colors. I really enjoyed making it and loved the idea that the whole quilt is made up of repeats of only one block. This one block when put together creates the look of two very distinct blocks. It is from Quiltmaker magazine # 159 September/ October ‘14. The quilt is called Magic Stars. It is 63.5" by…

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1 min
inspirations

Scissor ID Magnetic Clips Do you ever get frustrated when family members use your fabric scissors to cut paper or worse? Well, the folks at It’s Sew Emma feel your pain and created Scissor ID Magnetic Clips that take the guesswork out of which scissors are safe to use. itssewemma.com Reversible T-Shirt Quilt Kit Just in time for graduation season, the Reversible T-Shirt Quilt Kit by June Tailor contains everything you need to make a t-shirt quilt. The interfacing and batting are precut and ready to use. Once you prep your t-shirts, simply sandwich the square in their Sash-in-a-Dash™ for the fastest reversible quilt-as-you-go you have ever seen. The kit also contains a marking template that helps you center your t-shirt design for perfect results every time, pressing cloth, and six yards of matching…

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3 min
double z

Intermediate Finished Size: 60” x 84” Finished Blocks: 12” materials Fabric yardage assumes 40” usable width of fabric (WOF) unless otherwise noted. Light Gray Tonal 4 yards for blocks 12 Assorted Light Tonals 1 fat quarter from each for blocks (a fat quarter is approximately 18” x 20”) 12 Assorted Dark Tonals 1 fat quarter from each for blocks Medium Gray Tonal 2¼ yards for border and binding Backing 5½ yards Batting 68” x 92” Foundation Paper (Although fabric amounts are adequate for foundation piecing, you may need more if you cut very generous patches.) The foundations are found on the pattern sheet. Maxine Glover Vernon, BC etsy.com/shop/absolutelyobsessed cutting Patches are lettered in order of use. Measurements include ¼" seam allowances. Cut foundation patches at least 1" larger than the corresponding foundation area. = cut in half twice diagonally Light Gray Tonal 12 rectangles 5½” x…

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3 min
manicured garden

Intermediate Finished Size: 84” x 102” Finished Blocks: 9” materials Fabric yardage assumes 40” usable width of fabric (WOF) unless otherwise noted. Green Batik 2⅝ yards for blocks and border Dark Pink Batik 2⅜ yards for blocks, cornerstones, and binding Black Batik 1½ yards for blocks and border Light Pink Print ⅝ yard for blocks Tan Print 1⅞ yards for blocks White Tonal 2½ yards for blocks Backing 8¼ yards Batting 92” x 110” cutting Patches are lettered in order of use. Measurements include ¼" seam allowances. Green Batik 9 strips 3½” x WOF for border 76 squares 3⅞” (A) 76 squares 3½” (C) Dark Pink Batik 11 strips 2½” x WOF for binding 18 squares 6⅞” (B) 4 squares 6½” (E) 36 squares 3⅞” (A) Black Batik 9 strips 3½” x WOF for border 36 squares 3⅞” (A) Light Pink Print 36 squares 3⅞” (A) Tan…

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2 min
fresh as a daisy

Easy Finished Size: 16” x 16” Finished Block: 16” materials Fabric yardage assumes 40” usable width of fabric (WOF) unless otherwise noted. Gold Gingham ⅜ yard for section and binding Gold Print 1 fat eighth for section (a fat eighth is approximately 9” x 20”) Blue Lightweight Denim 1 yard for pillow front and back Assorted White Prints ⅜ yard total for appliqué Backing ⅝ yard Batting 18” x 18” White #8 Perle Cotton 16" pillow form cutting Patches are lettered in order of use. Measurements include ¼" seam allowances. Gold Gingham 2 strips 2½” x WOF for binding 8 squares 2½” (A) Gold Print 8 squares 2½” (A) Blue Lightweight Denim 1 square 18” (C) 2 rectangles 12” x 16½” (E) Assorted White Prints Cut a total of: 6 template D The appliqué patterns are found on the pattern sheet. Big stitch quilting enhances a raw edge appliquéd…

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