Hot Off the Press: America Loves Scrap Quilts Winter 12/13

Cover 200px1 Hot Off the Press: America Loves Scrap Quilts Winter 12/13We’ve just released our latest annual collector-edition of America Loves Scrap Quilts. Among the many scrap-fabric patterns included are 6 that you can truly make in a weekend, including a fun felted wool pillow,Felted Folk Art 300px Hot Off the Press: America Loves Scrap Quilts Winter 12/13

a modern art quilt made with batiks,Secret Passage 300px Hot Off the Press: America Loves Scrap Quilts Winter 12/13or a snuggly flannel quilt just right for baby.Soft Snuggles 300px Hot Off the Press: America Loves Scrap Quilts Winter 12/13Piecing enthusiasts will enjoy using up their scraps in a patriotic puzzle quilt.Homeland Skies 300px Hot Off the Press: America Loves Scrap Quilts Winter 12/13And appliqué fans will have fun digging into their scraps to make a timeless blue and white quilt.Blue Delft Large Hot Off the Press: America Loves Scrap Quilts Winter 12/13Have you tried foundation-piecing (paper-piecing)?  If not, or if you could use a refresher, I encourage you to click here for a FREE complete Foundation-Piecing Primer quilting lesson, with step-by-step photos and instructions. Use up your smallest bright scraps with the bright and beautiful foundation-pieced Pineapple Tidbits pattern.

Pineapple Tidbits 300px Hot Off the Press: America Loves Scrap Quilts Winter 12/13Click here to preview every quilt pattern featured in this collector-edition of America Loves Scrap Quilts Winter 2012/2013. Don’t miss all the terrific FREE Web Bonuses – click here.

Pick up your copy from your local quilt shop or newsstand, or order the print or digital issue online from our Quilt and Sew Shop. Choose from the 18 different fresh and fun projects, and head for your stash!

Cover 200px1 Hot Off the Press: America Loves Scrap Quilts Winter 12/13Enter to win! Leave a comment below, telling me the name of the quilt featured in this issue that you would most like to make, and I’ll giveaway a FREE copy of America Loves Scrap Quilts Winter 2012/2013 to FIVE random winners on Friday, December 14. (Please click here for official rules.)

Congratulations to the 5 winners: Bev Koons, Cindy B, Cathy Fennell, Mary Jean and Gail Alguire. Please check your emails for instructions. Thanks to all who played!


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241 Responses to Hot Off the Press: America Loves Scrap Quilts Winter 12/13

  1. Sheri Tullis says:

    I love to scrap quilt.. the patrioctic pattern looks nice and would make a nice addition to my collection of quilts!

  2. Pam smith says:

    Love the timeless blue and white.

  3. Rita Schiavone says:

    I would love to make the patriotic puzzle quilt!! Would look great in all my reproduction fabric scraps!!

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

  4. Carin says:

    Oops sorry … forgot to read the rules. I’m not from the US or canada. Sorry !

  5. Pam Smith says:

    Love the timeless blue and white quilt.

  6. Judy Johnson says:

    Pineapple! Love the brights!

  7. Shirley in Canada says:

    Definitely the Patriot puzzle quilt, but using every scrap color under the sun!!!

  8. katie says:

    Oh I really like the Patriotic Puzzle Quilt .. lots of scraps can go into that one. It would be so fun to sew and look at after. My hubby is a vet so I would have to give it to him when I’m done.

  9. Darlene Lyons says:

    Patriotic Puzzle Quilt for sure!! To begin with it is gorgeous but I make purses for friends and save all the scraps with bags tagged by year I used the fabric. This would be an awesome one for sure as the big request for 2011 was reds, whites and blues. Totally love it!!!

  10. Barbara Beeney says:

    I love the blue and white flower quilt.

  11. Linda says:


  12. Sonia Plyler says:

    Homeland Skies would definitely be a pick of mine to make, and I also really love the Saddle Tramp Scrappy Rustic Star!

  13. Lois Schmittinger says:

    Looks like a great must have magazine issue. I would like to make the Patriotic Puzzle quilt. I love the colors used in that one.

  14. Donna says:

    Patriotic puzzle quilt….my favorite kind of quilting and scrap quilting, too.

  15. lindawwww says:

    I love the Patriotic Puzzle quilt. I could use up so many different colored scraps!

  16. Janet Frank says:

    I’d like to do the Pineapple Tidbits. I have way too many scraps & this quilt just might put a small dent in them!

  17. Diana Carter says:

    I’d love to try the modern quilt in batiks. I’d tend to do quilts that have sharp contrasts and I believe this design would encourage me to work on more subtle combinations. But they’re all gorgeous!

  18. Korie Morgan says:

    Timless blue and white. I would also use english paper pieced flowers in it because I have made so many of them I need to get them on quilts quickly! Love your magazine! Thanks so much.

  19. Deborah says:

    The beautiful blue and white quilt…I think one like that would look great on my bed.

  20. Sue Hine says:

    Patriotic puzzle intrigues me! That will be first on my list.

  21. DJ says:

    I would love to try the patriotic puzzle quilt. I love the stars!

  22. Bev Koons says:

    I want to make the snuggly baby blanket. It is adorable!!!

  23. Joyce B says:

    I love the Homeland Skies Patriotic puzzle quilt! That would definitely be the first on my list to make!

  24. Jane Powers says:

    I have searched and searched for a quilt design for my collection of printed feedsacks from the 40′s-50′s. The blue and white quilt pattern really caught my attention. I think the colors could be adapted for the prints that I have. I would love to make a throw from these feedsacks that my grandchildren would have in the future. I fondly remember my mother making my school dresses from them in the early 50′s when we lived in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. As a teacher, I cherished reading Dolly Parton’s book, Coat of Many Colors, to my students and telling them how my mother made a lot of my clothes from these feedsacks. Thank you for sharing this design.

  25. Linda Kountz says:

    Most definately the blue and white applique.

  26. de baker says:

    Serect passage would be the best with batiks, thanks

  27. Fran Borhart says:

    I really like the Pineapple Tidbits pattern.

  28. Lori H says:

    I love the Scrapbag Bounty quilt!

  29. Pat Murphy says:

    without a doubt, patriotic puzzle! Love all quilts with our country’s theme.

  30. Patricia Hersl says:

    I like the blue and white quilt pattern–but it needs to be red and white!!!

  31. Karen Aumick says:

    The flannel quilt for baby would be adorable and cozy warm for my soon to be born grand niece or nephew. Love it!

  32. Susan says:

    A beautiful issue!

  33. terri says:

    I am with the majority and would love to do the Patriotic Puzzle,

  34. Sharon Banicki says:

    The Homeland Skies is my personal favorite ! I so want to learn and master making those stars , love the way they look no matter what fabric/ season you make it for

  35. Jenelle Boxberger says:

    Timeless Blue and white has my interest. Thanks for a chance to win the magazine. I love looking at all the talent.

  36. BevM says:

    The blue & white have my eye today. Thanks for this opportunity.

  37. Mary Lawson says:

    I would love to make the Patriotic Puzzle Quilt . I love the design and those colors.

  38. Jenny Copeland says:

    I would definitely make the Big Boy Cheerful Rooster and Hen quilt; Also love the wool pillow. Scrap quilts are my favorites!

  39. Lynette Lester says:

    loved the snuggly flannel baby quilt

  40. Kathy C says:

    I love the Secret Passage: Easy Modern Batik Wall Quilt Pattern and have a stash of batiks just waiting to be used.

  41. Bonnie Burrough says:

    I would have a problem choosing between the Homeland Skies and the Saddle Tramp. My husband just gave me my Christmas present-a new sewing machine-, the first time I have had one I could actually quilt on!! Now I just need some patterns and some good ideas. Thank you.

  42. Mary Lessard says:

    I have to say the patriotic puzzle quilt is my favorite, love those stars!

  43. Kathy says:

    I would love to make the patriotic puzzle quilt. It looks like a lot of fun to make.

  44. Michelle Eacret says:

    I would love to make the patriotic puzzle quilt. My family adopted a soldier, then serving in Iraq, about 5 yrs ago. She’s now on her 2nd deployment in Afghanistan. This would be a perfect gift for her.

  45. Karen Rankin says:

    I definitely would start with the patriotic homelands stars.

  46. Laurielyn says:

    I would definitely make The House that Kaffe Built quilt. I have always loved those houses and have wanted to make one of those quilts for a long time.

  47. Tamara McCall says:

    I would think my first quilt I would make out of this would be the pineapple one… I have been looking for a quilt to practice foundation piecing!

  48. Barbara S says:

    I would make the modern one with the batiks.

  49. Cindy L says:

    Love the Big Boy Rooster and Hen quilt. Live in the city and can only have the quilted kind of rooster and chickens.

  50. Dawn Steinike says:

    Iwould LOVE to make Pineapple Tidbits! It looks so cheery!

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