Where We are Published: American Patchwork and Quilting

If you have a subscription to American Patchwork and Quilting the latest issue should be in your mailbox soon.  If you don’t have a subscription, you might want to start watching the news stand.  I was told that this will be on the news stand starting April 4th.  The issue is the June 2019 issue.

I love the cover quilt….Don’t you?  I can see myself making this one for sure.

If you start paging through, you’re sure to see our quilt.  This one….
This is one of my favorite quilts that Kelli and I ever designed.  It was one of those quilts that I handed her the design, told here there really wasn’t a block that I could see and could she figure it out.

Kelli is AMAZING like that.  She simply rolled her eyes (she is my daughter after all) and did it!!  
The design is more challenging than some quilts but we feel it’s all worth it.  There are five different blocks in the quilt.  You’ll have to get yourself a copy of the magazine to see them and how they go together to make the quilt.

Our friends over at Forest Mills Quilt Shop have put together a kit for this quilt.  The girls do a great job.  Their kits are always reasonably priced.  We’ve never heard of any complaints about the kits that the gals put together.  We personally love this quilt in the bright Sun Prints line of fabrics!!

To order a kit of fabrics for quilt top and binding for $175 ppd. (Iowa residents, $187.25), contact Forest Mills Quilt Shop, 650 Forest Mills Road, Postville, IA 52162; 563/568-3807, Forestmillsquilts.com, email forestmillsquilts@gmail.com. Kit has current Alison Glass Sun Prints fabrics by Andover.

We’ve been out and have taught this class.  If any of you have your quilt finished PLEASE send me pictures.  I’d love to feature them here on the blog.  My email address is rogjok@iowatelecom.net.

15 thoughts on “Where We are Published: American Patchwork and Quilting”

  1. Elizabeth V K

    Wonderfully bright happy quilt and great design! Looking forward to seeing how it is sewn together. Love it!

  2. I actually ran across this image on Pinterest last week and followed the link to find that it was your pattern. I was wondering when you would announce it. I have a FQ bundle of Sun Prints and hope that it will be enough to make this pattern. Nice bright modern design – well done!

  3. I got my magazine a few days ago and was wondering when you were going to “discuss” it here. I, again, don’t know where you find the time! I have weeded out my magazine subscriptions to just 2 now: Quiltmaker and American Patchwork. They always have something I want to make. I love your quilt, and it is on my list of Must Do’s.
    Glad Gannon is home and doing better. I am still saying Prayers for him & Kramer. Unfortunately, I have had to start writing down the people I pray for, there are that many lately. Bless your whole family!

  4. Colleen Pflieger

    I saw this also and wondered when you would talk about it. So very pretty. But more important things to blog about! Prayers for all of you.

  5. I saw this picture, but hadn’t dug enough to know it was another winner from you and Kelli. Hoping my issue turns up in our mail this weekend.

  6. Suzanne Bloxham

    I have all the components of the quilt made and am ready to assemle the top. However i made each block out of different fabric so it will be scrappier than yours. I bought your book a few years ago when i retired and had time to return to quilting.
    .I was thrilled to see this post and picture of it. Thanks for the daily blog…prayers for your family’s health and healings

  7. Isn’t that Kellie something!? YES! Great quilt, Ladies! I’ll buy my magazine later on today.
    Hoping everyone is getting rested up, feeling stronger, settling the nausea down & out.
    Prayers continue!

  8. I, too, got my magazine the other day. Love your quilt! You should both be proud, but I know it’s hard to be excited with so much happening right now. Hope Kramer is doing better and that Gannon is going to start thriving now that his dairy allergy has been discovered. Babies shouldn’t have to go through stuff like that, but they can’t complain like we do! Love to your family!

  9. What a cheerful happy quilt! I was so pleased when I saw you and Kelli had designed it. She did a great job of breaking into blocks and made it look so much easier! Congratulations to both of you on a great job!

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