Quick+Easy Quilts

Quick+Easy Quilts February - March 2019

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Packed with step-by-step instructions and tried-and-true strategies, Quick+Easy 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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spring into a new season

Though we are still in the throws of winter, bundled up and warming ourselves in front of the fireplace, spring is just around the corner. The first day of spring, otherwise known as the Vernal Equinox, is March 20th this year, making now the perfect time to start thinking about sprucing up your house to usher in the approaching season. In this issue of Quick Quilts we have an abundance of quick and easy projects that you can whip up while the days are still cold and dark. Come spring, you’ll be ready to brighten up your abode with some fresh projects in lovely spring colors or themes. In this issue we have focused on quilts that can be used to decorate your home. From walls to table tops, including small-ish…

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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. Betty Reavis of Holdenville, Oklahoma, made Interlockin* (Quick Quilts, April/May 2018) with the help of her 4 year old grandson Brady. Together they also made a matching Hulk pillow. The sewing isn’t perfect but the memory and smiles from the day are! Dawn Agren of Layton, Utah, used Star Wars fabric in her version of Arizona Cowboys* (Quick Quilts, Oct/Nov 2013), which she made for her…

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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. GO! Me™ Easy Fabric Project Maker This addition to the AccuQuilt product line includes everything kids and tweens need to have wildly inventive fun creating great projects from start to finish. Each kit includes the GO! Me cutter, two GO! dies (GO! Owl and the GO! Owl Accessories), 6” x 6” cutting mat, patterns, and fabric. There is no limit to what children can create…

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lazy daisy

Quilt Designed and Made by Stephanie Sheridan Machine Quilted by Linda Leathersich Finished Quilt Size 54" x 66" Plan Easy to piece strips in shades of creams, yellows, greens, and blues bring to mind a hot and hazy summer day in a meadow among the widlflowers. The colors are very retro — so 1970’s that your childhood memories may come flooding back! Use an accurate ¼" seam allowance throughout to ensure all elements of the quilt fit together well. Shop • Ivory solid, mustard print, green stripe, black grid, olive floral, and black stripe ½ yd. each for strips• *Yellow grid, yellow print, and olive print ⅜ yd. each for strips• White solid 1 yd. for strips and border• *Black foral 1 yd. for strips and binding• Backing 3¾ yds.• Batting 62" x 74" *Based on fabric with…

3 min
winter park

Designed and Made by Tricia Patterson Quilted by Hatty Brown Finished Quilt Size 82" x 92 ½" Number of Blocks & Finished Size 4 Block V 18" x 18" 6 Block W 12" x 12" 12 Block X 6" x 6" 2 Block Y 18" x 18" 2 Block Z 18" x 18" Plan Tricia fell in love with Northcott’s Winter Village collection at first sight. The fabrics reminded her of books she read as a child about idyllic winter villages, of horse-drawn sleigh rides and watching the skaters as the snow fell against the mountain backdrop of Sun Valley, Idaho and mountain towns of Colorado. With the Winter Village fabrics she could recreate these scenes in a quilt. Tricia used the fabrics to tell the story of her experiences in the simple quilt design…

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walk in the park

Quilt Designed & Made by Linda & Carl Sullivan Finished Quilt Size 46" x 54" Number of Units & Finished Size 120 units 4" x 4" Plan Walk in the Park by Linda & Carl Sullivan is the perfect quilt pattern for honing your stack-and-whack skills. This quilt is constructed with 120 (4”) triangle-square units, making it quick and easy to cut and sew. Cut 4⅞" strips of each of the gray, purple, pink, green, and gold batiks - then stack the strips and cut the needed number of A squares. Use an accurate ¼" seam allowance throughout to ensure all elements of the quilt fit together well. Shop • Assorted gray batiks 1⅜ yds. total for units• Assorted purple batiks and pink batiks ⅝ yd. each for units• Assorted green batiks and gold batiks ⅜ yd.…