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Primitive Quilts and Projects Magazine

Primitive Quilts and Projects Magazine

Fall 2021

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.

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Land:
United States
Sprog:
English
Udgiver:
Homespun Media, LLC
Frekvens:
Quarterly
54,79 kr.(Inkl. moms)
156,69 kr.(Inkl. moms)
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1 min
warm homespun greetings

What brings comfort to your soul? The warmth of a baby snuggling his head on your chest? Nestling under a wellworn, favorite quilt while reading an enjoyable book? The calm rhythm of piecing, stitching, and finishing a quilt while wrapped in your own little world? Knowing how you helped a family member, friend, or stranger in need? A soft, gooey, fresh-baked bowl of macaroni and cheese? We strive for comfort; do all we can to embrace and hold onto that sweet comfort zone. That’s why pushing out of the zone is notable. Because we got too comfortable living braless in sweatpants and slippers during the pandemic (raise your hand if the sight of real clothes and shoes gives you anxiety), we thought it would be fun to stretch out of our…

1 min
on location

THE LODGE Landscape designer and wine rep Leanne Lindsay hosted our Fall 2021 photoshoot (along with her husband and her sweet dog Elvis) at her Old Mission Peninsula home that the family calls The Lodge. We photograph an issue’s quilts about six months out of season, which can create some make-it-work moments trying to coax a believable winter shoot during the heat of summer or a bright summery shoot when there’s a few feet of snow on the ground and the sun is low. But photographing “fall” in late April was no problem at The Lodge. As it’s a log home, there was a beautiful golden light reflected from the wood walls over every quilt and project … it looked perfectly autumnal. Leanne also graciously pulled out many of her fall decorations for…

3 min
tada! notes from our readers

ADORABLE PROJECTS This is my version of Anne Hardy’s Amazing Garden, Spring 2021. It took me back to the amazing gardens on the farm where I grew up. Thanks for the journey, PQP! This is my version of Julie Porter’s Celebrate Spring, also from your Spring 2021 issue. Another great issue! —Carolyn Vaughn COZY CABINS This is my Cabin in the Cabins from the Winter 2020 issue. I used flannels from Primitive Gatherings for the background. —Sandi McDaniel WOOL YOU LOOK AT THAT … This is my version of the Castleton wool quilt by Blackberry Primitives from your Fall and Winter 2016 and Spring 2017 issues. I made it wool on wool backgrounds with a wool backing. It’s minimally quilted and I call it my “buggy robe.” —Judy Smith A LOVELY MEMORIAL I saw Peace and Liberty by Kathy Flowers in…

2 min
rug hooking

Dear Jeni, I don’t want to work with wool and wondered if you can hook rugs with other types of fabric. Thank you, Carolyn Dear Carolyn, Thank you for the great question! When my sister Gretchen and I had our shop, many customers told us they didn’t like wool or were allergic to it. Our answer was that they didn’t have to use wool at all. I personally have used cotton homespun fabric to hook with. I cut my strips on the bias about ½" wide and hooked them just as if I were using wool strips. In our Fall 2014 issue, we had three cute little rugs hooked with homespun by designer Jan Patek. Another rug hooking designer, Nola Heidbreder, has used various materials such as velvet, chenille, fake fur, netting, gold lamé, yarn, organza,…

4 min
featured reads for fall

WING OF THE CROW 4-Book Seasonal Series By Michelle Gajda underthewoolenwillow.com; $18.00 each Each book in Under the Woolen Willow’s Wing of the Crow Series features four wool appliqué projects: one large (24" x 36") crow wall hanging and three smaller projects, such as bowl filler pillows, sewing notions, and home décor pieces, using the same motifs as the main project. The choice of large or small projects makes this series perfect for every skill level. Each book contains a full-size 24" x 36" pattern placement guide that can be used to create a rug hooking pattern or, if reduced, a wonderful punch needle pattern! A comprehensive materials list, stitch guide, and detailed directions with photos make this series of books a must-have for wool lovers … no matter the season! JUMP INTO WOOL APPLIQUÉ Learn the…

3 min
prepared applique of dresden blades and circles

SUPPLIES ⃞ Washaway Appliqué Paper by C&T Publishing ⃞ Elmer's Purple Washable Glue Stick ⃞ Stylus (cuticle sticks or bamboo shish kabob skewers work great!) ⃞ Roxanne’s Glue-Baste-It MAKING DRESDEN BLADES 1. After tracing the templates, trim the top two sides to the dark/finish line as you see in on blade B of Diagram A. Leave a bit of template paper outside the dotted lines at the sides and bottom. Refer to Diagram A. 2. Iron the templates to the back of your fabric. To maximize room, flip them up and down as in Diagram B. Take care to leave at least ½" between templates that meet at the blade points for seam allowance. 3. To make the final trim, cut the sides and bottom on the dotted lines and leave a ¼" seam allowance…