Fall quilting season is just around the corner, and the September/October issue of McCall’s Quilting is ready to inspire you! We’ve got 16 fabulous, fresh quilt patterns to carry you all the way from late summer to Thanksgiving and beyond. Whether you love pieced quilt patterns, appliquéd quilts, or both, there are designs here to appeal to every quilter.
Fans of modern/contemporary quilts will love the look of the Indigo Frames bed quilt designed by Susan Guzman. The piecing plan is a fun puzzle to put together; be sure to use an accurate 1/4″ seam allowance!
Traditionalists will love Gentle Taupes, designed by Gerri Robinson. The pattern includes step by step photos with tips for adding triangles to a center square.
And if you’ve been tempted to get in on the Dresden Plate revival, check out the Pretty Plates lap quilt designed by John Kubiniec. Just 12 blocks…you may have so much fun that you want to make a second version!
There are so many more great projects in this issue, including a breathtaking basket quilt by associate editor Sherri Bain Driver, an autumn table runner pattern by Cheryl Almgren Taylor, and a bright mini quilt by online editor Kathy Patterson. Check out every pattern in this issue right here, and don’t miss the Cities of Angels article about the quilters of the twin cities of Los Angeles, CA and Pueblas de los Angeles, Mexico.
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