American Patchwork & Quilting February 2020
See the featured quilts and web-exclusive color options and projects from the American Patchwork & Quilting February 2020 issue.
The February 2020 issue of American Patchwork & Quilting is on sale from December 6-February 6.
Country French Color Option
One star block repeated nine times forms a second star design where the blocks intersect.
Gray Area Color Option
Designer: Monique Jacobs
Fabric: Heritage Woolies Flannel, Home Sweet Home Flannel, and Woolies Flannel collections by Bonnie Sullivan for Maywood Studio
Give traditional elements a fresh twist and create a wall hanging that celebrates your favorite neighborhood.
Home Made Color Option
Fabric: Grunge collection by BasicGrey for Moda Fabrics
To create a four-block Home Made wall hanging, quilt tester Sarah Huechteman eliminated the sashing between her four house blocks. She added a 2"-wide finished border and 2"-square finished corner squares to frame the quilt.
Collector: Miriam Kujac
Collector Miriam Kujac found this treasure in an antique mall. It was in a corner, hidden in a pile of quilts.
Fresh Snow Color Option
Spoil a new baby with an easy-to-assemble quilt in sweet sherbet colors that showcase your quilting.
Make the Rounds
Make the Rounds Color Option
Fabric: Artisan Spirit Shimmer Luminous Earth collection by Deborah Edwards for Northcott Studio
Our staff quilt tester pieced one of each Make the Rounds blocks using nature prints that have a gold metallic shimmer for an art quilt look. She stacked the two blocks to make a graphic wall hanging.
Solid Choice Color Option
Something Old & Something New
Something Old & Something New Color Option
Pull scraps of your favorite fabrics to make a set of four mug rugs.
Find Your Inner Star
Find Your Inner Star Color Option
Fabric: One Stitch at a Time collection by Lynette Anderson for Lecien
Use fussy-cutting to showcase favorite fabrics and unusual motifs in your next project. In this small version of Find Your Inner Star, a fussy-cut sewing machine motif draws the eye to the center.
Playtime Color Option
Use improvisational piecing and barnyard-theme fabrics to make a playful baby quilt.