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Quick Quilts April - May 2019

Packed with step-by-step instructions and tried-and-true strategies, Quick Quilts teaches readers how to create beautiful quilts in no time at all. Perfect for both beginners and seasoned quilters of all ages. Every issue includes 14+ quick & easy quilting projects, quilt making fundamentals, step-by-step instructions and fun gift ideas!

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1 min.
up your game

I grew up in a family that loves to play games. As a young child, I can remember many game nights with my family that included card games, board games, dominoes, and marbles. As I reached my tweener years, the first video gaming systems were being developed. I spent hours with my dad just trying to “get to the next level” of whatever game we were engrossed in at the moment. Whenever we went out to eat (usually fast food pizza) my brother and I would spend all of my parent’s quarters on arcade games in the restaurant. Games are a great way to have fun and to bring your family and friends together for some friendly competition. In this issue of Quick Quilts, we have a collection of quilt designs…

1 min.
quick pics

SEND US YOUR PHOTOS OF PROJECTS made with Quick Quilts patterns! Include people in your project photos. Email high-resolution digital images to quickquilts@fwmedia.com. Please include your mailing address. Submission materials cannot be returned. If your submission is selected for this page, The Warm™ Company will send you a FREE queen-size batt. We’ll also mail you two complimentary copies of the issue in which your contribution appears. Deb Murray of Syracuse, New York went Crazy for Christmas (Quick Quilts Dec/Jan 2010) by using a cheerfully scrappy assortment of holiday fabrics in her quilt. She also added an inner border and widened the outer border. Deb enjoys how quick this holiday lap quilt came together the most! Susie Miller of Eaton, Indiana used the pattern Twilight in the Woods (Quick Quilts Oct/Nov 2001) to…

2 min.
whatcha-mccall’s-it

We’re always on the lookout for the best new gadgets, gizmos, and gotta-haves to share with our Quick Quilts readers. Here are a few of the latest hot products designed just for quilters! Attention Manufacturers: If you have a unique product that would be of interest to Quick Quilts readers, please send a sample to Quick Quilts Product Review, 741 Corporate Circle, Suite A, Golden, CO 80401. Cricut Maker Introducing the all-new Cricut Maker. It handles fabrics, leather, paper, and balsa wood with effortless precision. Cuts sewing patterns in just a few clicks. And places more creative possibilities than ever at your fingertips. Meet Cricut Maker – the ultimate smart cutting machine. cricut.com Steam-A-Seam 2 The Warm™ Company, known for its fabulous batting, also produces a game-changing fusible web. Steam-A-Seam 2 comes in sheets (some…

3 min.
marbles

Quilt Designed & Made by Charisma Horton Finished Quilt Size 54" x 72" Number of Blocks & Finished Size 26 Blocks 9" x 9" Plan Charisma used a scrappy selection of blue and red prints for the small star blocks in this quilt. You can do the same or you can use one blue print and one red print for the blocks to create a more formal look. If making the scrappy look as Charisma did, lay out blocks on a large flat surface or design wall so that you can decide on your arrangement before you start sewing them together. Use an accurate ¼" seam allowance throughout to ensure all elements of the quilt fit together well. Shop Fabric yardage assumes 42” usable width of fabric unless otherwise noted. • Assorted red prints 1⅝ yds. total for…

2 min.
bejeweled

Quilt Designed & Made by Ramona Sorensen Finished Quilt Size 76" x 88" Number of Blocks & Finished Size 31 Blocks 8" x 16" Plan Ramona’s quilt is full of shiny gemstones set against a rich, dark background. The blocks are fast and simple to assemble using the Stitch-and-Flip technique. Arrange blocks on a design wall or other large, flat surface before joining in order to ensure a pleasing arrangement of prints. Use an accurate ¼" seam allowance throughout to ensure all elements of the quilt fit together well. Shop Fabric yardage assumes 42” usable width of fabric unless otherwise noted. • Assorted prints 4⅛ yds. total for blocks• Navy solid 4¾ yds. total for blocks, sashing, and border• Navy print ⅞ yd. for binding• Backing 7½ yds.• Batting 84" x 96" Cut Patches are lettered in order of use.…

1 min.
abaci

Quilt Designed & Made by Elaine Theriault Finished Quilt Size 72" x 84" Plan The strips in this quilt have been cut lengthwise in order to eliminate the need for piecing. By cutting the strips lengthwise and using raw edge appliqué, Abaci will come together quickly and easily. If you don’t mind piecing the strips, less fabric will be required - you will only need 5¾ yards of cream batik and 1 yard of black solid. Use an accurate ¼" seam allowance throughout to ensure all elements of the quilt fit together well. Shop Fabric yardage assumes 42” usable width of fabric unless otherwise noted. • Cream batik 7⅛ yds. for strips• Black solid 2⅛ yds. for strips• Light blue batik 1 yd. for appliqué• Dark blue batik 1 yd. for appliqué• Backing 5½ yds.• Batting 80"…