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McCall's QuiltingMcCall's Quilting

McCall's Quilting September - October 2018

Written for hand and machine quilters, McCall's Quilting publishes original projects of both heirloom patterns and seasonal designs with beautifully illustrated directions that easy to expert skill level quilters can follow. Throughout the year, McCall's Quilting also features patterns inspired by the holidays and seasons, as well as gift ideas for baby showers, weddings, and more! Its complete how-to projects include bed-size quilts, wearables, wall hangings and small projects.

Pays:
United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
F+W Media, Inc. - Magazines
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changing leaves

Autumn is such an inspiring time of year. The biggest, most obvious reason is the explosion of color that happens as the leaves start turning bright yellow, deep gold, warm orange and blazing scarlet before they start to fall off the trees. If you’re lucky enough to live in a part of the country where this happens, you know exactly what I mean; the paths you travel every day look brand new and filled with creative inspiration when you see the riot of warm colors against the bright blue sky. Every quilter I know has expressed similar thoughts about autumn, that it’s impossible not to be creatively rejuvenated when confronted with such beauty. When we decided to focus on leaves for this fall issue, the quilt designers we worked with definitely…

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fresh picks

• trends • tools • cool stuff Quilting Made Easy Patterns These stitch-through continuous line machine quilting patterns are edged with adhesive for easy placement on your quilt sandwich. The patterns are printed on tearaway paper, available in 38 designs of various widths and suited for beginners as well as more experienced machine quilters. Available in Stipples Made Easy, Borders Made Easy and Blocks Made Easy. quiltingmadeeasy.com Everything’s Blooming Here is a pattern by Erica Kaprow for a spectacular wool applique quilt with 30 different blocks. The packet includes full-size patterns as well as an instruction booklet. ctpub.com AccuQuilt GO! Anniversary Collection AccuQuilt is reissuing 3 of their original dies to celebrate their 10th anniversary. The GO! Elephants, Go! Airplanes and Go! Leaping Frog dies come in a commemorative tray. Each die has a free embroidery download on…

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quilter to quilter

• your photos • ideas • stories Ruth Martineau of Methuen, Massachusetts, says that Whitehorse Sky* (McCall’s Quilting, March/April 2017) looked complicated at first but went together step by step very nicely. She’s been quilting for a long time so she was able to mostly use fabrics from her stash. Louise Clark of Portland, Oregon, loves the design of Primarily Geese* (McCall’s Quilting, Jan/Feb 2018) and made a smaller version in flannels for a baby that was about to be born. She hand quilted a lightning bolt motif to echo the geese, and appliqued a Hamsa hand to the cuddly backing to keep away the evil eye and to surround the baby with love, beauty and comfort. Janice McCall of Ocala, Florida, made Homeland* (McCall’s Quilting, July/August 2017) as a Quilt of Valor for her…

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mcq&a

• your questions • our answers Erin Russek Associate Editor I love pumpkins and I have quite a collection of orange fabrics to prove it. I have so many fond memories of picking pumpkins with my kids on crisp fall days. I wanted to re-create that feeling here so I chose a bright blue, a soft yellow and several greens to go along with my orange fabrics. I also added a fun striped fabric to tie it all together. Gigi Khalsa Associate Editor I was inspired by one of the prints in my stash to go a bit further than the traditional red and gold—it has trees with leaves in all sorts of colors: red, yellow, teal and purple. I’d like this fall to be full of saturated color in deep, rich jewel tones, highlighted by pops…

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in search of fun: fall foliage, quilts and more!

VERMONT Vermont is, without a doubt, the place to visit for fall foliage. The entire state is bursting with color, and thanks to its small size, it’s easy to cover a lot of ground quickly. Activities abound for the entire family, and quilts shows dot the state. For the ultimate road trip, rent a convertible from Country Driving Tours in Bristol, Vermont, and take in the foliage with the top down. Definitely spend time at the incredible Shelburne Museum, located less than 10 minutes from the shores of Lake Champlain. Electra Havemeyer Webb founded the museum to preserve her family’s collection of horse-drawn carriages, and thanks to her vision, the 45-acre property now features 39 structures and more than 20 gardens. Webb relocated unique historical buildings to house numerous collections in a…

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summer’s end

Quilt Designed & Sewn by Wendy Sheppard Machine Quilted by Darlene Szabo of Sew Graceful Quilting Skill Level Intermediate Finished Size 51" x 66" Finished Blocks 6 Block W 15" x 15" 6 Block X 10" x 10 21 Block Y 5" x 5" 4 Block Z 7 ½" x 7 ½" NOTE: See Pattern Pull-Out Section for foundation masters. Planning A harvest of color is a feast for the eyes, where some leaves have changed color and others are doing so as they fall. Wendy’s leaf blocks are all made the same way but in four different sizes, and so many colors! Study the Fabric Requirements and Cutting Instructions lists, quilt photo and Assembly Diagram to get a sense of which colors are used where. We’ve organized the colors into assorted golds that range from light to dark, assorted blues…

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