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Quilt Sampler® Table of Contents Spring/Summer 2010

For the first time ever: eleven top quilt shops, ten exclusive projects, plus a bonus pincushion pattern. You’ll find it all in the Spring/Summer 2010 issue of Quilt Sampler, available at your local quilt shop or on newsstands now.

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Here's what's in the Spring/Summer 2010 issue of Quilt Sampler magazine, on newsstands May 11, 2010.

FEATURED SHOPS
Encore: Stitchin' Post
Sisters, Oregon

Cabbage Rose Quilting and Fabrics
Forth Worth, Texas

Quilters' Haven
Olathe, Kansas

Hollyhill Quilt Shoppe & Mercantile
West Linn, Oregon

Bear Paw Quilting & Bernina
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

Plain and Simple Quilt Shop
Apex, North Carolina

Quilter's Haven
Boutiful, Utah

The Quilting Bee
Fonthill, Ontario

Sweetwater Cotton Shoppe
Paynesville, Minnesota

Quiltmakers Cottage
Hershey, Pennsylvania

In Between Stitches
Livermore, California

PROJECTS
carefree romance
A simple setting of Nine-Patch and hourglass blocks is easy and elegant.

lotus garden
Curved edges and straight lines combine in a quilt made from Asian-inspired prints.

summer sky
Give 12-pointed stars patriotic flair in a soft red, white, and blue bed quilt.

lake cabins
Combine Log Cabin and Bear's Paw blocks for a North Woods-style throw.

times remembered
Eye-catching redwork outlines garden scenery on a charming throw.

easy & breezy
Mimic the look of curved piecing with a clever appliqué technique.

room to bloom
Try your hand at reverse and dimensional appliqué.

happy days
As assortment of whimsical prints play well on a quilt with 16-Patch blocks and pieced borders.

nine-patch medallion
Stunning batiks in a spectrum of rich colors radiate across an on-point quilt.

perfect harmony
Alternate red and cream fabrics for a pleasing positive/negative effect.

extra, extra!
Recycle your scraps to make graphic pieced pincushions.

WHAT'S NEW ONLINE
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patterns using precuts

1 million pillowcase challenge

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