Quick Quilts Quick Pics: June/July 2018

Quilting made easy is what you’ll find in McCall’s Quick Quilts, with patterns you should be able to piece in one or two weekends. Each issue also includes Quick Pics, a page of photos that readers have sent us of quilts they’ve made based on their favorite patterns from previous issues. Here are the ones showcased in the June/July 2018 issue. Great work, everybody, and thanks for sharing your photos to inspire other quilters! (Scroll down to learn how to submit a Quick Pic for future consideration.)


Linda Marsh of East Jacksonville, Florida, made Letters from Home (Quick Quilts, June/July 2017) to give to a veteran at a Wounded Warrior breakfast hosted last November by her quilt group, Pieceful Quilters, for veterans returning from war.

Letters from Home by Linda Marsh of East Jacksonville, Florida

Letters from Home made by Linda Marsh of East Jacksonville, Florida

Judy Slocum McGrory of Georgetown, Texas, made Winter Windows (Quick Quilts, Dec/Jan 2014) for her granddaughter Aubree. Because Aubree loves dancing, Judy made her a quilt and matching rabbit from pink ballerina fabric—Aubree clearly loves them both. This is the third time Judy has made this pattern and she loves how its dimensional look lets her show off a focus fabric.

Winter Windows made by Judy Slocum McGrory of Georgetown, Texas

Winter Windows made by Judy Slocum McGrory of Georgetown, Texas

Patricia Hom of San Francisco, California, made her version of Rex & Roo (Quick Quilts, Aug/Sept 2017) for her great- nephew Kayden. She stuck with the pattern’s color placement but substituted textures and tone-on-tones for the prints used in the original.

Rex & Roo made by Patricia Hom of San Francisco, California

Rex & Roo made by Patricia Hom of San Francisco, California

Jenn Bongiorno of Londonderry, New Hampshire, gave Seaside Steps (Quick Quilts, Feb/March 2017) to her friend Beckie Anderson (pictured) and her family for a housewarming gift. She let Beckie choose the colors, then added two borders to make it an oversized throw. A fairly new quilter, Jenn says she loves it when those in her life use the quilts they’re gifted until they wear out.

Seaside Steps made by Jenn Bongiorno of Londonderry, New Hampshire

Seaside Steps made by Jenn Bongiorno of Londonderry, New Hampshire


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.

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