We love their mix of prints and colors to create the diagonal stretched stars motif across the 48″ square quilt. It’s the perfect size for a baby quilt or chair throw. This is a timeless look that epitomizes the current 1930s Vintage decorating trends, and it works beautifully in traditional and modern room settings alike.
And as we begin September as National Sewing Month, there’s no better time than to start your own Aunt Grace quilt!
It’s official: The DANDY DAYS collection and this pretty “Dandy Whirl” quilt design by Sarah J Maxwell of Designs by Sarah J have gone international, with their debut in Issue 15 of Make Modern magazine!
This issue of the Australian modern quilting publication is being offered as part of a 6-month or 12-month subscription, or you can order it as a single issue for $6.95 AUD. Better yet, use coupon code “issue15friends” and pay just $5 AUD (that’s about $3.80 US dollars). Their special offer expires April 1, 2017.
The early results are in, and while it’s no surprise to us, the just-released STAR SPANGLED LIBERTY BOM quilt by Pam Buda of Heartspun Quilts is a sure winner! You’ll want to schedule this wonderfully patriotic quilt among your Fall projects now — with a start date of September 2016, you complete the 9-month program in time for July 4 celebrations in 2017!
Choose the Pieced or Appliqued “America” center row option. Pam even included historical notes and information on US flag history, Besty Ross and more! Read more about Star Spangled Liberty, in Pam’s own words. Catch her passion and enthusiam, and join her on this nostalgic journey. Sign up at your local quilt shop! (Shop owners, contact your Marcus representative!)
The new June/July 2015 issue of McCall’s Quick Quilts includes this quilt project from Homestead Hearth, in trendy grey and yellow coordinates from Faye Burgos’ GREY SKIES collection. We like the mix of a contemporary palette, the paisley, floral and texture motifs, and classic block styling.
Subscription issues began shipping April 21, 2015. By May 5, 2015, the issue will be available on newsstands, as well as in print or digital download format at QuiltandSewShop.com. Homestead Hearth also offers a kit for the project.