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    Barb Adams and Alma Allen. Joined at the Hip. Sarah Maxwell & Dolores Smith. Karen & Erin Witt. Across the Wide Missouri. Home on the Plains. Not Your Grandmother’s Quilt. Some Kind of Wonderful. From here you can access your My Star Collection subscription (button on the left) and visit our bookstore (button on the left or top menu). Also, enjoy your favorite cartoon Mrs. Bobbins, read some fun blog posts, and get to know our authors. Filed under Diane McLendon. “Anna’s Quilt” book giveaway! Up next in our series of book giveaways is Anna’s Quilt: A Classic Design for Modern Quilters by Donna di Natale. After she discovered a pattern published in 1932 that matched a beloved quilt made by her own Aunt Anna, Donna set out to adapt the design into the contemporary patterns you’ll find here. This book contains five exciting projects two quilts, a table runner, a wool felt table topper and a wool felt wall hanging all inspired by that same classic design that inspired Donna’s Aunt Anna. Every project features the same timeless rose applique from Anna’s original quilt. Check out a sampling of the projects below! Click any image to see it larger. Anna's Blue Ribbon Quilt. To be entered to win a FREE COPY of this book, just submit a comment below. Is there an old family quilt design you remember fondly? Have you ever thought of letting it inspire new designs? For more info on Anna’s Quilt, click here. Filed under Books, Diane McLendon. “Away from Home” book giveaway! We have six more book giveaways for you, starting with Away from Home: Quilts Inspired by the Lowell Factory Girls by Nancy Rink. This book – a huge hit at Spring Quilt Market – is chock full of fun stuff! Nancy’s husband, Oliver, a history buff and professor, wrote great historical stories for the book. Learn about the mill girls who worked in these factories – and what conditions were like for them. Also, Marcus Fabrics was so gracious to create a fabric line for this book, titled. The Mill Girls 1830 – 1850 collection. Judie Rothermel did an excellent job designing. Look for these fabrics at your local quilt shop starting in August! To see the fabrics, click here. The photos for the book were taken in our backyard at Watkins Mill State Historic Site – the perfect setting for Away from Home! But I know you all are dying to see a sampling of the quilts from the book. So, here they are! Flowers in the Mills. To be entered to win a FREE COPY of this book, simply comment on this blog post! How much do you know about mill girls? Which of the above quilts do you see yourself tackling first? To learn more about Away from Home, click here. Filed under Books, Diane McLendon. Legendary Kansas City Star Patterns. Some things hold a lasting enchantment for quilters. The old Kansas City Star quilt patterns seem to fall into that category. Ruby Short McKim convinced Nell Snead, the editor of the women s section, that it would be a great idea to begin running quilt. patterns in The Kansas City Star way back in 1929. The first pattern published in The Star was The Pine Tree. That first pattern was just a baby step toward what was destined to become a favored, long-running feature that would last ...
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PickleDish | Home of Kansas City Star QUILTS
Hello! From here you can access your My Star Collection subscription (button on the left) and visit our bookstore (button on the left or top menu).
Pickledish Quilt Pattern Subscription Service
MY STAR COLLECTION. Between 1928 and 1961, The Kansas City Star published over 1,000 different quilt patterns in the newspaper. These patterns have become world ...
About Us | PickleDish
The Kansas City Star building, from the late 20s or early 30s. The American Midwest has been dubbed the heart of quilting country, and Kansas City is no exception.
Stitch Literate
In my last post I explained that my radio silence over the last month or so has been mainly due to the fact that I've been working like a dog on a special quilt for a ...
Pickledish Store
Order $75 or more to get free shipping* on most items! ... Best Sellers. Country Inn by Barb Adams & Alma Allen Retail Price: $26.95
Pickledish Store
Quilt Retro: 11 Designs to Make Your Own Quilt Retro: 11 Designs to Make Your Own by Jenifer Dick. Inspired by everything from the view out her kitchen window to old ...
The Pickledish Patch
As my store – The Pickledish Patch is still being worked on and not up yet, I thought it best for those who wish to pre-order their copy of Vignette No. 7 can do so ...
Pickledish quilt a long part one - cutting the templates ...
Hello! and welcome to my pickledish quilt a long!! Here are the links to all quilt a long posts so far :- part one - cutting the templates is below part two - piecing ...
Rock Climbing Routes in Pickledish Hollow, Grafton County ...
Find climbing areas and routes in Pickledish Hollow and discover photos, user reviews, and detailed route info like climbing type and grade
comfortstitching: pickledish quilt a long
A design blog by Aneela Hoey, fabric designer for Moda and creator of the Sherbet Pips and Little Apples fabric lines. Modern, whimsical embroidery patterns. Quilts ...
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