Tag: Quilty Jan/Feb 2014

Quilty January/February 2014

Jan/Feb Quilty is packed with advice for the beginner quilter. While you can purchase the quilt patterns individually, you can also purchase the full issue below and get all the articles and techniques described below! Buy Issue Quilts Featured In This Issue 

Trail Marker Quilt

Multi-colored arrows point the way in this cool throw-sized quilt. We supply a pattern to make easy triangles for the blocks. Stitch them up in a hurry. About This Quilt Finished Size: 56″ x 65″ Finished Blocks: 104 (5″ x 7″) blocks Rating: Beginner – Level 3 Designed by: Ashley Newcomb Recommended Tools: Fons &…

Crosswalk

You’ll cross the street for this one. Buy This Pattern 70-5⁄8″ x 84-3⁄4″ 50 (10″) blocks Beginner LEVEL 3 Designer Profile Sara Peterson pursues many textile crafts and has been quilting since 2007. She is drawn to quilting through a love of color and shape and is constantly sketching new designs. Sara lives in Rochester, NY with her…

Arrow Quilt

Which way to the sewing machine? Buy This Pattern 77″ x 91″ Beginner LEVEL 2 Designer Profile Anna started quilting about two years ago and has been hooked ever since. She works and teaches classes at two local quilt shops. Anna can be found online at HootnHaller.blogspot.com.

Sleepy Baby

The sheep are jumpin’… Buy This Pattern 40½” x 54¼” Beginner LEVEL 3 Designer Profile Quilty magazine is dedicated to bringing you gorgeous quilts that you can actually make. We believe in quilts that make people smile.  

Reversible Wine Tote

“You shouldn’t have!” Buy This Pattern 10″ high × 12″ diameter Beginner LEVEL 2 Designer Profile Quilty magazine is dedicated to bringing you gorgeous quilts that you can actually make. We believe in quilts that make people smile.  

Woven

In and out, up and down. Buy This Pattern 54″ x 54″ 16 (131⁄2″) blocks Beginner LEVEL 1 Designer Profile Vanessa Vargas Wilson is a sewing and quilt pattern designer and online instructor who enjoys teaching people how to do everything from sewing to organic gardening on her YouTube channel, TheCraftyGemini. She lives on a small farm in Florida with her husband and two young children.…

Heart of the Ocean

Dazzling and dreamy. Sail away. Buy This Pattern 63″ × 84″ 12 (21″) blocks Beginner LEVEL 3 Designer Profile Jocelyn Ueng is the design manager for It’s Sew Emma Patterns. She enjoys the process of highlighting beautiful fabrics in quilts and feels fortunate to have found this creative avenue! Visit Jocelyn at ItsSewEmma.com  

Mod Mom

Inspired by a photograph. Buy This Pattern 521⁄2″ × 51″ 16 (101⁄2″) blocks Beginner LEVEL 2 Designer Profile Marianne Fons, mother of Quilty editor Mary Fons, enjoys designing and making quilts just as much now as she did back in the day (the mid-1970s) when she first fell in love with patchwork, appliqué and quilting. “I still remember how exciting…

Hitchens

Made with love for a friend. Buy This Pattern 80½” square Beginner LEVEL 1 Designer Profile Mary Fons is the editor of Quilty magazine in addition to hosting the weekly show on QNNtv.com. She is co-host of “Love of Quilting” on PBS with her mom, Marianne Fons, and has the pleasure of interviewing quilt industry leaders on “Quilt…

Atomic Tulips

Irreducibly energetic. Buy This Pattern 72″ × 72″ 16 (12″) blocks Beginner LEVEL 3 Designer Profile Jen Carlton Bailly has a degree in Fashion Marketing. Her love of textiles, fashion, and art led her to sewing and then quilting, which quickly became a passion. Jen works part time as the Communications Manager for the Modern…

Connections

As quilters, we’re all connected. Buy This Pattern 61¼” x 80¾” Beginner LEVEL 2 Designer Profile Laura discovered quilting in her early 20’s and it became her forever hobby. She was fortunate enough to land a job 11 years ago where she has been able to express her creativity each and every day.  

Stars In Formation

Pretty stars, all in a row. Buy This Pattern 84″ × 84″ 32 (12″) Star blocks Beginner LEVEL 1 Designer Profile Jo Kramer and oldest daughter, Kelli Kramer, spend many weekends together creating quilts, cooking, remodeling, canning, garderning and laughing at the antics of their beagle dogs, Ruby and Puppycat. The gals are avid bloggers adding regular new blog posts daily. You…