New Issue: Quiltmaker November/December ‘17

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Quiltmaker Nov/Dec ’17 | On the cover: Holiday Festival, by Tricia Patterson

Get ready for the holidays with Quiltmaker‘s Nov/Dec ’17 issue. Find 9 gift ideas from table runners to a tree skirt to lid lifters and more. Quilts in all sizes and styles from modern to traditional and scrappy to a planned color palette are included. Read more about Tricia Patterson’s journey learning to quilt on her domestic sewing machine and continue with ZJ Humbach’s invaluable tips for quilting on a longarm. Count on Quiltmaker for the best quilts with the clearest instructions in the business!

Holiday Festival: Make this quilt scrappy or make it planned, Tricia Patterson’s quilt design can be made entirely with the triangle-square piecing technique. Place finished blocks in different directions to make a unique quilt every time. Perfect for layer cake bundles.

Let’s take a look inside at a few more quilt patterns:

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Ginger Tweets, designed by Margie Ullery

Ginger Tweets: Decorate for some special friends this holiday season with Margie Ullery’s gingerbread birdhouse wall quilt. This charming applique design is embellished with buttons, ribbons and bows for the full holiday effect.

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Celebrate!, designed by Jen Daly

Celebrate! No matter the occasion this table runner, designed by Jen Daly, can come out to celebrate! Easy foundation pieced bows and patches for the boxes create a 20 presents to adorn your table. Kits available.

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Modern Twist, featuring blocks designs from the Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks series.

Modern Twist: We love our issues of 100 Blocks! Carolyn Beam selected a variety of blocks with a modern vibe to create this sleek sampler quilt. This design combines bright solids with 4 blues, black and gray. This quilt is easily adaptable to a variety of color palettes.

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True North designed by Jo Moury

True North: This elegant medallion quilt is created with a combination of foundation and traditional piecing. The on-point setting leaves plenty of room to show off some pretty quilting and the quilt is framed with an intriguing pieced border.

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Mountian Retreat designed by Terri Vanden Bosch

Mountain Retreat: Create your own little mountain retreat with Terri Vanden Bosch’s latest camper quilt. This charming camper sits on pieced mountain background. This kit contains all the fabric you need for the quilt top, backing and binding. Kits are available.

Browse our online gallery to preview all the quilt patterns included in this issue.
Keep an eye out for the issue at newsstands! Print and digital copies are available now in our online shop. Subscribe to Quiltmaker and never miss and issue!

Happy Quilting,
The Quiltmaker Team

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3 Responses to New Issue: Quiltmaker November/December ‘17

  1. Terri Medwed says:

    I am interested in purchasing the kit Holiday Festival by Tricia Patterson.
    I have called several places and they do not seem to have all the fabric required for the quilt.


  2. Sherryl Doran says:

    I just received the new Nov/Dec ’17 issue and desired to make the lid lifter as a housewarming gift but cannot find the foundations which the directions said were on the pattern sheet. There are many patterns there but not the foundation pieces unless there were supposed to be two pattern sheets. I got only one in my magazine. I was going to try to call to speak to someone about this but the 303 area code number tried to take me to Kelly Eisinger whose mailbox was full and not accepting any more messages. I tried to go to but Windows said it could not find that web address. Right now I give your magazine a grade of ‘D’ for communication with your subscribers! I really hope to hear back immediately on the foundation pattern for the lid lifter as I wanted to give it as a gift next Wednesday!

    • Teri says:

      I found the foundation patterns for the lid lifter a.k.a. “Hot Stuff” printed on page 26 of my magazine (at the end of the article, not on the pattern insert as stated). Their proofreaders need to do a better job before they send the issue to the printer.

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