Quilts & More Fall 2019
The Fall 2019 issue of Quilts & More is on sale July 26-October 25.
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Festive Foundations: Fall
Designer: Charise Randell
Fabrics: Farm Girl Vintage collection by Lori Holt for Riley Blake Designs
Decorate according to the season with four foundation-pieced wall quilts. The third in a series of foundation-pieced wall quilts, the fall quilt evokes memories of apple picking.
Scrap Lab Design Challenge
Fabrics: Blossoms collection by Christopher Thompson of The Tattooed Quilter and the In the Meadow collection by Keera Job, both for Riley Blake Designs
Designer: Susan Ache
Brighten your table with colorful Flying Geese units and rectangles in a cheery runner.
Designer: Jessie Zeigler of Threaded Quilting Studio
Showcase a variety of prints in place mats made of classic Economy blocks.
Designer: Christopher Thompson of The Tattooed Quilter
Don't forget the chairs when sewing dining decor! Cushions will dress up any dining chair.
Gobble It Up
Designer: Kristina Brinkerhoff of Center Street Quilts
From Flying Geese unit feathers to button eyes, an adorable pillow talks turkey throughout the Thanksgiving season.
Designer: Stephanie Luiere
Fabrics: mostly from the Mazy collection by Dylan Mierzwinski for Windham Fabrics
Careful fabric placement adds sophistication to a strip-pieced throw inspired by picnic blankets.
Square Dancing Color Option
Traditional Holiday Table Topper
Sew a fast and festive table topper using scraps of traditional holiday fabrics.
All Treats, No Tricks
Designer: Jeni Baker of In Color Order
Fabrics: Essex Linen collection for Robert Kaufman Fabrics
A tote that is roomy enough to carry lots of candy and treasures is essential on Halloween night. The top-stitched sides give it extra structure.
Designer: Vicki Ruebel of Orchid Owl Quilts
Fabrics: Kona Cotton Solids collection by Robert Kaufman Fabrics
Try something unexpected with a copper background. Warm jewel tones give a luxurious, Bohemian feel to the blocks.
Treasure Trove Color Option
Stylish Pot Holder
Piece a pot holder that will add color to your kitchen.
Designer: Jera Brandvig of Quilting in the Rain
Fabrics: Loyal Heights collection by Jera Brandvig for Lecien
Soft florals and prints in interlocking blocks combine to form a charming baby quilt.
Designer: Jeni Gochnour of Jenibee Market
Don't be afraid to applique a bewitching felt pillow. The ghost, pumpkin, and pennant are easy to sew because the felt edges won't fray.
Frightful Friends Color Option
Frightful Friends Place Mats
Whip up a spooky pair of place mats for Halloween.
Designer: Amanda Wilbert of Pieced Just Sew
Fabrics: All Hallow's Eve collection by Fig Tree & Co. for Moda Fabrics
Complicated piecing? No way! Create a stunning throw with an Argyle effect using rows of strip-pieced squares and rectangles.
Project Maker: Joanna Burgarino
Fabrics: Bali Rainfall collection for Benartex
Be travel-ready with a makeup bag made from mini Autumn Argyle rows. The vinyl window makes it easy to see its contents and the patchwork lining.
Designer: Wendy Sheppard
Fabrics: Details collection by Hoffman California Fabrics
Triangle-squares become branches and patchwork squares turn into leaves in a wall quilt that celebrates the transition of the seasons.
Changing Leaves Color Option
Family Tree Quilt
Honor family with a wall hanging that leaves room for signatures. It would make a great gift for a new baby, a wedding, an anniversary, or as a signature or memory quilt.