Brought to You by Quiltmaker

I’d like to highlight some products brought to you by Quiltmaker. Our products can be purchased online at QuiltandSewShop.com, along with products from our sister publications McCall’s Quilting/Quick Quilts and Quilter’s Newsletter. GOOD NEWS: For orders over $50, shipping is FREE all the time.

QM10511 Brought to You by Quiltmaker

Magazines: We have limited numbers of printed back issues. There are some digital back issues available. Right now we try to make sure a back issue that is featured in print with a reader photo is available as a digital issue. We are working towards offering more digital issues.

QSS QMshortcut Brought to You by Quiltmaker

Shortcut to see QM magazines: Look for the Quiltmaker link at the top of the home page at QuiltandSewShop.com. Once you’re in the Quiltmaker category, you can either click to view all or use the subcategories at the top when you know what issue you’re looking for.

Kits: We offer kits for 3–4 patterns in each issue. Our kits come complete with the pattern. Coordinated backings are usually available. Due to the limited availability of selected fabrics, we recommend buying a kit as soon as possible.

Introducing two kits from the pages of 100 Blocks Volume 3!

QM100V301 Brought to You by Quiltmaker

Hidden Star with Lakeside Cottage fabric by Ro Gregg for Northcott. Karen Neary‘s block (#290) is perfect for showcasing this lovely large-scale floral. Can’t you picture this quilt on your bed this summer? It also makes a wonderful wedding gift.

QM100V302 Brought to You by Quiltmaker

Writer’s Block with Shoreline by Marcia Derse for Troy Fabrics. Diane Harris used Marcia’s fabric for a versatile, contemporary block (#275). This throw will make a fantastic Father’s Day gift. Or, buy two kits to make an XL-twin as a graduation present for your favorite graduate. A variety of setting ideas is included with the kit. (After we went to print, the fabric was no longer available in the quantities we’ve needed. The fabric shown here is what we selected from Maria’s brand new line Shoreline.)

Quilting Motifs. A variety of options are available if you’d like Quiltmaker’s exclusive quilting motifs at your fingertips.

MCB1090 Brought to You by Quiltmaker

New! 501 Quilting Motifs, published by Martingale/That Patchwork Place. This 208 page, user-friendly book is a must-have resource for every quilter. Find quilting motif categories such as flowers, feathers, vines and leaves, seasonal and holidays, children and teens, geometric designs, and more. Filled with motifs selected from Quiltmaker’s extensive collections.

08B017 Brought to You by Quiltmaker

Quilting Motifs, Volumes 1-7. Many quilters have found these collections of Quiltmaker motifs to be helpful through the years. Try one, or try more (discounts apply when you purchase them in sets).

QMCD1 Brought to You by Quiltmaker

Electric Quilt Quilting Designs, Volumes 1-7. This software lets you print Quiltmaker motifs at any size you’d like. The program is stand-alone, but will also work with EQ6 or EQ7 (Electric Quilt’s newest quilt design software program). PC only.

[Quilt shops: Please contact SalesToShops (at) creativecraftsgroup.com or check at booth #1820 at Quilt Market in Salt Lake City to carry Quiltmaker products in your store.]

About June Dudley

I'm the Editor-in-Chief of Quiltmaker magazine. I have enjoyed quilting for many years. And I love to collect fabric, thread, books and all things quilty. I especially like batiks, bright colors, florals, dots, stripes and anything purple or teal.
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

5 Responses to Brought to You by Quiltmaker

  1. kim Z says:

    Love to have more stuff to play with. I’m trying to explore more ideas.

  2. Pingback: What Else Is Happening at Quiltmaker | Quilty Pleasures Blog

  3. Claudia says:

    A quilt isn’t finished until it is quilted. And I have a hard time handing mine over to a long armer to put feathers all over it. Guess it is just the “control” in me that if I started it, I must finish it. A new source of inspiration would be welcome. Thanks.

  4. Mary C in WA says:

    I have to say Thanks for all the Inspiration this week. I can hardly wait to have the magazine in my hands so I can start deciding which block to make first. I noticed that the magazine is in sections for different techniques- Smart thinking.

  5. Colette says:

    I wish I felt confident enough to do more creative quilting on my quilts. I have JUST recently purchased a more updated machine (mine was 15 years old) and perhaps, with time, I’ll find myself reaching for the more creative side of me?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>