Primitive Quilts and Projects Magazine Fall 2016

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.

United States
Homespun Media, LLC
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2 min
warm homespun greetings

Visit our primitive and folk art quilt exhibit at International Quilt Festival in Houston November 3–6, 2016. See all the details on our website. As the sultry days of summer melt into the cool, crisp ones of fall and Mother Nature unveils a final dazzling show of color, we’re focused on bringing you equally dynamic projects to keep you sewing throughout this season. From cozy hooked rugs and quilts that embrace the warmth of autumn to a punch-needle storage box and a table runner that puts your piecing skills to work, these pages are packed with inspiration for your next project! This issue also marks the start of our three-part wool sampler designed by wool aficionados Blackberry Primitives. Stitch along with us as we create their stunning quilt inspired by an 1835…

2 min
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. You will need to enlarge some of the templates with the noted percentage. If no percentages are noted, the templates are actual size. 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…

4 min
a haunted tail

Finished approximate size: 8" x 14" Material Requirements □ 15" x 17" black flannel for cat body □ 4" square white wool for ghosts □ 6" square gold wool for windows, stars and moon □ 3" square medium gray plaid wool for walkway and chimneys □ 2" square dark gray plaid wool for door □ 6" square dark red textured wool for roofs, rooflines and cat nose tip □ 6" x 8" pale gray solid wool for headstones and central portion of house □ 6" square medium gray solid wool for dormer and left and right sides of house □ 2" square dark gray solid wool for upper portion of cat nose □ 2" x 7" brown textured wool for ground □ Thread or embroidery floss in colors that match wools □ 2—3/8" buttons for eyes □ Polyester fiberfill □ Freezer paper Appliqué Preparation and Cutting…

4 min
cozy cabins

Finished quilt size: 22" x 46" Finished block size: 6" x 6" Material Requirements □ 5/8 yard total assorted light/medium homespuns for blocks and outer border □ ¾ yard total assorted medium/dark homespuns for blocks and outer border □ 5/8 yard red homespun for block centers, inner border and binding □ 10" square orange felted wool for leaves □ 10" square burnt orange felted wool for leaves □ 10" square light rust felted wool for leaves □ 10" square dark rust felted wool for leaves □ 8" square brown felted wool for acorns □ 5" x 8" brown print/textured felted wool for acorn caps □ 1½ yard fabric of choice for backing □ Embroidery floss in colors that match wool appliqué □ Freezer paper Appliqué Preparation and Cutting Instructions Templates in the template insert do not include a seam allowance. Because felted wool does not fray,…

5 min
sweet pickens

Finished quilt size: 22" x 22" Finished block size: 6" x 6" Material Requirements □ 18" x 22" black print 1 for pumpkin block backgrounds □ 11” x 18" each of one black solid and two black prints for pieced blocks □ 4—6" squares orange felted wool for pumpkins □ 9" square black felted wool for pumpkin noses, eyes and mouths □ 2" x 3" dark gold felted wool for pumpkin stems □ 2" square yellow felted wool for pumpkin pupils □ 3/8 yard black print 2 for borders and binding □ 2/3 yard fabric of choice for backing □ 1 yard ½"-wide yellow rick-rack □ Size 12 perle cotton in gold, black, khaki brown and cream (Robin used Valdani in JP2, 1, O548 and 4) □ 2 black micro buttons □ 2 antique buttons □ Roxanne’s Glue Baste-It □ Freezer paper Appliqué Preparation and Cutting Instructions Templates…

3 min
boxed delight

Finished punch-needle design size (not including the box): 1¾" x 7¼ Material Requirements □ 12" square weaver’s cloth □ Cameo Ultra Punch needle with small tip □ Interlocking hoop or gripper frame □ 1 ball each of embroidery floss in colors listed in Thread Chart, below □ (Teresa used Valdani 100% Colorfast Hand-Dyed 3-Strand Floss in P2, P9, O154 and O540) □ 1 ball size 8 perle cotton in ecru (Teresa used Valdani 100% Colorfast Hand- □ Dyed #8 Pearl Cotton in P3) □ Permanent ultra-fine tip marker such as Sharpie □ 2" x 2½" x 8" wood box with sliding lid (available at crafts stores) □ Fine-grit sandpaper □ Flat black acrylic paint □ BriWax dark brown stain □ Rubber gloves □ Staining rag □ 1" foam brush □ Mod Podge or Tacky Glue Assembly Instructions Punch-needle Teresa used three strands of floss for all design elements except the…