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Primitive Quilts and Projects MagazinePrimitive Quilts and Projects Magazine

Primitive Quilts and Projects Magazine Spring 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.

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United States
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Homespun Media, LLC
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warm homespun   greetings

Whether or not your weather is spring-ish, this is our Spring issue, and we are excited for a great new year of hope, love, and friendship. We love the fresh batch of projects on the following pages, and asked the designers to share their thoughts and memories of the transformation from winter to spring. In Designer Notes we hope you find their answers as heartwarming and inspiring as we did. These gals are amazing every time! It always warms our hearts when readers share with us their versions of the projects we publish. You’ll find several sure-to-become family heirlooms in Your Voice, including one with a very special model! Last year had its share of natural disasters, so in Charitable Causes we focused on two organizations doing their part to help those…

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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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flowers & ferns

Finished size: 143/8" x 21½" Material Requirements 16" x 24" oatmeal wool for background 12½" square sage or medium green wool for fern and flower leaves 5" square spring green wool for fern coils 5" x 10" light brown wool for bunnies 2½" square white wool for bunny tails 6" square light yellow wool for tulips 4" square salmon wool for center tulips 3" square light blue wool for eggs 3" square light pink wool for bunny ears and cheeks 16" x 23" fabric of choice for backing (Anne prefers flannel) Valdani #12 perle cotton threads in colors to match the appliqué Freezer paper Fabric glue or pins Appliqué Preparation and Cutting Instructions See page 7 for general appliqué preparation instructions. From oatmeal wool, cut: 1 of Template QQ for background – additional instruction for this to follow From sage/medium green wool, cut: 2 each of Templates A-U for ferns 2…

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ask mom

Hi Jeni, I am a quilter of many years, and want to try wool appliqué. I just picked up your fantastic magazine, and I just want to make sure…do you use regular wool material or felted wool? Is there an easy way to keep the blanket stitch even? Thanks for your help, I’m so looking forward to getting started, Jan Hi Jan, Thank you very much for the compliment on our magazine! You can use regular wool fabric, but you will need to felt it first. Throw it in the washer on a hot/cold cycle with mild laundry soap. Then throw it in a hot dryer! This will “shock” the wool, which is what we call Felting! If you start with a very thin wool, you may need to run it through the wash cycle…

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cardinal   quilt

Finished size: 35½" x 35½ Material Requirements 11/8 yards yellow flannel for background blocks and outer border 1 yard green flannel for background blocks, sashing, and inner border 1/3 yard fabric for binding 1¼ yards fabric for backing 3" x 7" red wool for male cardinal and female wing 3" x 7" dark red for male cardinal wing and joe pye weed 6½" x 9" light brown wool for female cardinal and sparrows 7" x 9" medium brown wool for branches and sparrows’ wings 6" x 6" olive green wool for leaves 3" x 6" blue wool for chicory 3" x 4" light blue wool for chicory 3" x 6" purple wool for asters 3" x 4" light purple wool for asters 4" x 5" gray wool for titmice 1" x 2" orange wool for cardinal beaks 6" x 8" white wool for sparrow breast, titmouse breast…

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flower   necklace

Finished necklace: Approximately 10" length Material Requirements 6 Fat quarters of different color prints 1 ball of Size 8 Valdani perle cotton in your choice of color 24 – 1/8" buttons 5 yards of bulk-weight yarn in your choice of color Crochet hook size 3.5mm or your choice 1 pack of fiber fill Cutting Instructions From Fat quarters, cut: 8 of Template A from each for a total of 48 circles (template is on Page 24) Sewing Instructions 1. Using two matching circles, right sides together, sew around the perimeter with an 1/8" seam. Leave an open space for turning them right-side-out. Repeat to make 24 circle pairs. 2. Fill each of the circle pairs from step 1 with fiber fill then stitch the opening closed with an invisible seam. 3. You will form the “petals” using a double strand of perle cotton thread.…

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