In this issue, we offer up some fresh and springy quilting ideas, such as Sarah’s Colorwave, Jean Nolte’s pattern that uses our Twisted Triangle Template to create fan-like designs in lush florals. It starts on page 66. And, Cross Road to Grandma’s House, on page 20, is a fresh use of two traditional designs: the Album Cross block and the Snowball block.
No matter the level of your quilting experience, there’s always something new to learn. A very fulfilling challenge would be Bluework, Kathy Munkelwitz’s beautiful batik quilt on page 94 that features appliqué embroidery and pieced borders. Another enjoyable project is Marianne’s Town Square on page 50, which places the Log Cabin block into a clever arrangement.
We hope you will find lots of fresh ideas in these pages. Why not send us a photo of a project you’ve made from one of our publications? We may share it with our readers in “Sew & Tell.”
Happy spring and happy quilting!
- Flying to the Stars: Twisted Pinwheel Template
- Cross Road to Grandma’s House: Album Cross and Snowball blocks
- Bedazzled: Fat quarter-friendly
- Let Freedom Ring: Quilt of Valor®
- Town Square: Love those Log Cabins!
- Blue Me Away: On the diagonal
- Sarah’s Colorwave: Fan-like design
- Twilight in the Garden: Fresh take on a traditional pattern
- Floral Fantasy: Table runner
- On The Range: Cowboy quilt!
- Bluework: Work of art
- West Point: Patriotic beauty
- Sew Easy: Making Twisted Pinwheels
- Sew Easy: Windowing Fusible Appliqué
- Sew Easy: Trimming Album Cross Blocks
- Sew Easy: Quick Triangle-Squares
- Sew Easy: Making Clamshell Units
- Sew Easy: Binding
- Sew Easy: Making a Template and Trimming Album Cross Blocks
- Sew Easy: Triangle Trimmers
- Sew Easy: Binding with Faux Piping
- Sew Easy: 8-at-a-time Triangle-Squares
- Sew Easy: Quick-Pieced Flying Geese Units
- From Marianne & Liz
- Shop Hop
- Sew Many Tips
- Quilting the Quilt