Find us in American Patchwork and Quilting

Have you seen the new issue of American Patchwork and Quilting?  I’m talking about the February 2017 issue.  It looks like this…..


I know it says it’s a February issue but start looking now.  It is scheduled to hit the news stands tomorrow.

You might want to check this issue out.  We have a quilt in that issue called Square Knot.APQ-2

It’s the first quilt that will be part of American Patchwork and Quilting’s new “Sew Giving” quilts.  The premise is that so many quilters want to make quilts to be donated and it is sometimes hard to find patterns that are simple yet fun to make…perfect for donation.  They are going to be offering a series of these quilts.

They are especially neat in that all of the patterns will have a 4 size options.  You can make as many, or as few, blocks as you need to meet the requirements of the organization you are donating to.

They are also including a link to find a pattern for a matching pillow case.  Here is the version they designed to go with our quilt.
I love the idea.

We are really honored to have the first featured quilt.  As you all know, we are very supportive of charity quilt projects.

Stop back later this week and I’ll tell you the whole back story on this quilt….this quilt has a long story.

Photos used with permission from American Patchwork & Quilting® magazine. ©2017 Meredith Corporation. All rights reserved.

4 thoughts on “Find us in American Patchwork and Quilting”

  1. What a great idea about having a pillowcase for a quilt! Looking forward to purchasing the magazine and hearing the rest of the story about this quilt.

    Take care.

  2. My magazine came in the mail yesterday and I haven’t gotten to your quilt yet! I tend to read quilt magazines cover to cover, in order. I think I will have to skip ahead to check out your quilt! Yeah for you and being the first quilt for this project.

  3. When my subscription came last week I spotted your quilt right away! It’s a great pattern – easy consistent piece sizes, could even be done sort of strip method, and even scrap-friendly. I’m already planning a charity quilt with it. Thanks!

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