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Primitive Quilts and Projects MagazinePrimitive Quilts and Projects Magazine

Primitive Quilts and Projects Magazine

Fall 2019

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.

Land:
United States
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Homespun Media, LLC
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primitive quilts and projects magazine

Publisher Judith L. Williamson Creative Director Jenifer Gaston Advertising Sales and Circulation Director Gretchen Smith Editors Gretchen Smith and Jenifer Gaston Contributing Writer Mary Falcsik Contributing Artists Tara Lynn Baisden, Susy Boyer Kathi Campbell, Deanne Eisenman, Jenifer Gaston, Heather Gavin, David Greenway, Joan Grenke, Kay Harmon, Dawn Heese, Julie Hendricksen, Deanna Hodson, Deb Lee, Jo Moury, Tonya Robey, and Jill Shaulis Photography Jim Osborn, Osborn Photographic Illustration, Inc. jimosbornphoto.com Photo Stylist Tonya Robey Photo Post-Production Robert Schehl Graphic Design and Layout Nikki Butler Design Contributing Illustrator Roxanne LeMoine Technical Editor Deanna Hodson…

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warm homespun greetings

This is our Fall issue, reminding us we passed the halfway point of 2019. Although temperatures will begin to drop, we have plenty of projects to keep you warm and happy, with hints of the fall harvest, spooky Jack-o-Lanterns, snuggly comfort, and dappled sunlight amid showy autumn hues. We are also closing in on completion of the 2019 multipart projects. You’ll find the final installment ofHomestead (Heather Gavin and David Greenway) in this issue, while the other 4-part series will finish up with our Winter issue. The changing colors and textures of fall inspired the question for Designer Notes. See page 62 to see what the designers came up with! Our Charitable Cause column is a two-fer. One group makes and donates quilts and pillows to organizations in their community serving…

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about the projects

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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weathered four-patch

Finished quilt size: 95" x 95" Finished block size: 4" x 4" Material Requirements •¼ yard each of red plaid (1), tan plaid (3), tan plaid (13) and red stripe (15) woven Homespuns• ¼ yard each of a variety of four navy and/or black plaid Homespuns (2, 4, 14, 16)• ⅓ each of green plaid (5) and red plaid (11) woven Homespuns• ⅓ each of two navy and/or black plaid Homespuns (6, 12)• ½ yard each of red plaid (7) and green plaid (9) woven Homespuns• ½ yard each of two navy and/or black plaid Homespuns (8, 10)• ⅛ yard green plaid woven Homespun (17)• ⅛ yard navy and/or black plaid Homespun (18)• ⅝ yard rusty red woven Homespun for inner border• 5¼ yards tan/medium brown woven Homespun for alternate blocks, outer border…

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ask mom

I have been learning to sew patchwork and simple appliqué, such as raw edge with fusible web. I think I would like to do more difficult things, but I’m really having trouble getting over my fears of not doing them well, because my patchwork and appliqué aren’t all that perfect. Can you give me any advice? Thank you, Sandy Dear Sandy, This is an excellent question! Once upon a time, when my sister Gretchen and I owned The Woolen Willow quilt shop, I taught a once-a-month class making small quilts. I was happy teaching what I knew, which was just the basics in patchwork and wool appliqué. We had this wonderful needle turn appliqué quilt on loan hanging in the shop that I was in love with and wanted to make. I decided to…

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homespun friendship

Finished quilt size: 98½" x 98½" Finished block size: 18" x 18" Material Requirements • 75 – 2½" x 42" strips of medium/dark prints for blocks and middle border•16 – 3" x 9" strips medium/dark prints for stars in center of blocks•1⅛ yards cream print for middle border, star and cornerstone backgrounds•3⅝ yards dark print for sashing, inner and outer borders•¾ yard fabric of choice for binding•9 yards fabric of choice for backing Cutting Instructions From medium/dark print strips, cut: 384 – 2½" x 6½" strips for blocks 84 – 2½" squares for middle border 36 – 1½" squares for sashing cornerstone triangles From each short medium/dark print strip, cut: 1 – 2½" square for star block 2 – 2⅞" squares for star blocks Note: Keep these three squares grouped together by color for making the 16 block star centers. From cream print,…

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