Love of Quilting January/February 2005


  • Stargazing: A small throw to perk up a room
  • Checkmate: A bright spot in your winter
  • Crazy for Flannel: Fast and easy snuggler
  • Shades of Romance: Appliqué from Stacy Michell
  • The Goose is Loose: Fun 3-D units
  • Red Hat Friends: Have fun adding embellishments


  • Saddle Up: Western decorating & fabrics
  • Rodeo: Fun quilt by Liz Porter
  • Conestoga Star: A quilt that adapts to any decor
  • Horse Play: Designed by June Jaeger
  • Wagon Wheel: Country plaids head west
  • Li’l Dude: Great for any little guy or gal


  • Sew Easy: Making Nine-Blade Units
  • Sew Easy: Caterpillar Binding


  • This Old Quilt: Hired Hand Quilts
  • Yoga for Quilters: by Katie Porter
  • Chenille Therapy: Easy steps to a comfy throw
  • Red Hatters: Quilters make a fad their own
  • Art of Quilting: Featuring June Jaeger

Also in This Issue

  • From Marianne and Liz: Relax and Sew
  • Sew Many Tips: Clever ideas from quilters
  • Shop Hop: Mountain Holly Quilters, Blue Ridge, GA
  • Sew and Tell: Readers share their creativity
  • Behind the Seams: Great winter reading

Nine-Blade Fan Quilt Units Sew Easy Lesson

Use the Nine-Blade Fan Template Set to quickly cut pieces for fan quilt blocks. Getting Started Using our Nine-Blade Fan Template Set and a small rotary cutter makes cutting the pieces for fan blocks faster and easier. Traditional fan blocks can be set in many different ways to make interesting designs. Photo A Photo B…