Find a new easy-to-piece pal in each issue of Quiltmaker in 2011 and 2012. Simple pictures of adorable animals are made from mostly squares and half-square triangles, with an occasional quarter-square triangle. The crib quilts in this collection will all be the same size and their borders are interchangeable, making it easy to customize your project. Makes a great baby or shower gift!

See samples of swapped borders and a panda option.

All Patch Pal quilts are designed by Denise Stark and the QM staff.

 

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The Scrap Squad quilt from Quiltmaker's July/August '14 issue is Pup Tents, designed by Janice Averill from West Haven, Conneticut was made using fabrics from our preferred partners Quilting Treasures.

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Every month, “This Just In” will showcase fresh products you'll find at your local quilt shop. Check back often to see the latest and greatest the quilting world has to offer.

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January and February 2013: Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Volume 6: Quilts by the Designers and Quilt Testers. A spectacular display of dozens of quilting professionals who put their best foot forward!

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We invited some of our block testers to design quilts using any combination of the blocks they tested. 

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View quilts made by some of the designers featured in Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Volume 6.

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March, April and May 2013: Quilts from Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks Spring 2013. Today's pattern designers using the 100 Blocks issues to inspire and create new quilts!

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QM staff were joined by authors Charlotte Angotti and Debbie Caffrey for this year's Staff Challenge to put the guidelines found in their book Surprise Yourself into action. We could use 4 basic units—Four Patch, half- and quarter-square triangles and Flying Geese—finishing at 3", 6", 9" or 12", along with squares and rectangles. Armed with a fabric line from one of our fabric partners, we each played with the shapes and went where our designing hearts took us. 

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The QM Scrap Squad is a select group of seven QM readers. They take one pattern from each regular issue of Quiltmaker and create their own scrappy versions to inspire you. The Scrap Squad project from the November/December issue of Quiltmaker is Bella Amore, designed designed by Marianne Elizabeth. The original is made in Arabella Rose fabrics by Marianne Elizabeth for RJR Fabrics.

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The QM Scrap Squad is a select group of seven QM readers. They take one pattern from each regular issue of Quiltmaker and create their own scrappy versions to inspire you. Today we begin to reveal Scrap Squad versions of a new quilt found on the cover of the Jan/Feb ’13 issue of Quiltmaker. It’s Caribbean Vacation, designed and sewn by Denise Starck, QM’s Graphic Designer. It was quilted by Hatty Brown. The fabrics are Dear Stella.

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The QM Scrap Squad is a select group of seven QM readers. They take one pattern from each regular issue of Quiltmaker and make their own scrappy versions to inspire you. The featured quilt from the March/April issue is Chain Reaction, a design by Lee Heinrich of Freshly Pieced.

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The QM Scrap Squad is a select group of seven QM readers. They take one pattern from each regular issue of Quiltmaker and make their own scrappy versions to inspire you. The Scrap Squad quilt from the Sept/Oct Quiltmaker is Country Morning. We made the original quilt in Robert Kaufman fabrics. The line is Lazy Daisy Baskets by Darlene Zimmer

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The QM Scrap Squad is a select group of seven QM readers. They take one pattern from each regular issue of Quiltmaker and make their own scrappy versions to inspire you. The featured quilt from the May/June issue is Ladder of Success, designed by quilting legend and early QM editor Judy Martin. We’re so pleased to feature Judy’s design as part of our 30th anniversary celebration.

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The QM Scrap Squad is a select group of eight QM readers. They take one pattern from each regular issue of Quiltmaker and create their own scrappy versions to inspire you.

The featured quilt from the Mar/Apr '13 issue of Quiltmaker is Majestic Garden, designed by Monique Dillard. The original is made in Royal Gardens by Monique Dillard for Maywood Studio.

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The QM Scrap Squad is a select group of eight QM readers. They take one pattern from each regular issue of Quiltmaker and create their own scrappy versions to inspire you.

The featured quilt from the May/June '13 issue of Quiltmaker is Mandarin Express, designed by Robin Waggoner. The original is made in Batiks from Hoffman California.

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The Scrap Squad quilt from Quiltmaker's May/June '14 issue is Mountain Morning, designed by Jocelyn Ueng who is with It’s Sew Emma, and made in Bali Batiks from preferred partners Hoffman California Fabrics.

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The QM Scrap Squad is a select group of seven QM readers. They take one pattern from each regular issue of Quiltmaker and make their own scrappy versions to inspire you. The Scrap Squad project from the July/August issue of Quiltmaker is Old Glory, designed and made by Margie Ullery of Ribbon Candy Quilt Company.

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The Scrap Squad quilt for the Nov/Dec '13 issue of Quiltmaker was designed and made by Carolyn McCormick, designer of the Add-A-Quarter ruler. It’s called Star Search. That’s not an optical illusion—the stars really are elongated. Aren’t they interesting? We knew the Scrap Squad could do great things with this design.

 

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The Scrap Squad quilt from the new March/April '14 issue of Quiltmaker is Summer Love. It was designed by Kimberly Jolly and made by Nancy Parkinson. Fabric: Marcus Fabrics.

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The QM Scrap Squad is a select group of eight QM readers. They take one pattern from each regular issue of Quiltmaker and create their own scrappy versions to inspire you.

The featured quilt from the July/August '13 issue of Quiltmaker is Turning Points, designed by Carolyn McCormick. The original is made in the Love Flows collection from Maywood Studio. It was quilted by Carol Willey.

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The Scrap Squad is a small, select group of Quiltmaker readers who make scrappy versions of one quilt from each regular issue. For the Sept/Oct issue, we chose a design called Western Waltz for their project. It was designed and made by Donna Benham from Omaha, Nebraska.

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