Hot Off The Press: McCall’s Quilting May/June 2016!

It’s all about COLORFUL quilts in the new May/June 2016 issue of McCall’s Quilting magazine! Whether you love brights against a light or dark background…a traditional vintage-look color palette…patriotic red, white, and blue…deep, rich tones with sophisticated flair…or even unusual color combinations…there are quilts in this issue to inspire your very best next project. Let’s take a peek:

COVER500px Hot Off The Press: McCalls Quilting May/June 2016!That striking cover quilt is Sedona Stripes by Scott Murkin. This super-easy design (rated Beginner) showcases Caterpillar Stripes fabrics by Kaffe Fassett for Westminster. A limited number of quilt kits are available for preorder.

Here are a few more of the colorful, original quilts patterned in this issue:

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Breakfast in Bed by Sandra Clemons

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Gypsy by Sharon Denney Parcel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Stars of Mine by Audrey Wright

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Regency Rows by Sarah J. Maxwell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And there are 9 MORE gorgeous quilt patterns in this magazine, all sure to inspire. From the modern, unique Outside In to the lovely traditional Prairie Nights, there are quilt patterns here for every taste and every skill level.

You can preview all the quilts in this issue on our website, or in a fun all-quilts video we hope you enjoy. Don’t forget to download all of this issue’s FREE web bonus quilt patterns for your personal pattern library. And browse all the convenient kits available for projects in this issue right here!

May/June McCall’s Quilting is available on newsstands not later than March 29, and may also be purchased online in print or instant digital download format at our Quilt and Sew Shop.

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Quilt Design Wall Monday: Beautiful Blocks and More!

Welcome back to Design Wall Monday! The editors who make McCall’s QuiltingQuilters Newsletter, and Quiltmaker magazines were super busy stitching this weekend. Here’s what some of our team members are working on right now:

Patterson Kathy Quilt Design Wall Monday: Beautiful Blocks and More!I’m online editor Kathy Patterson, and I put in many hours at my sewing machine this weekend, finishing my Little House on the Prairie quilt top for an upcoming book by Laura Stone Roberts. I won’t show you the finished arrangement, but it includes the bonnet blocks I shared in previous Design Wall Mondays, plus these adorable bow blocks in all these colors. I’ll be glad to get this top in the mail, and I can’t wait to see what the longarm quilter does with it!

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Content director Carolyn Beam has this to share: “I made lots of these triangle foundations for a future magazine project. I love working with red and white!”

 

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Harris Diane Quilt Design Wall Monday: Beautiful Blocks and More!And from editor Diane Volk Harris: “I didn’t have much time to sew this weekend but I did join these Wishing Well blocks into a top. I love this pattern so much! It’s from the March/April ’15 issue of Quilty. I will probably make this several more times because the blocks are big (22.5″) and it comes together quickly!”

 

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Baker Lori Quilt Design Wall Monday: Beautiful Blocks and More!Acquisitions editor Lori Baker says, “I’m working on a quilt with 64 blocks. Each block needs 4 of these little four-patch units. The finished size of a four-patch unit is 2″ x 2″. I don’t like to do the same thing over and over. I like to play with scrappy color combinations. What was I thinking???”

Not sure about that, but we see some chocolate eggs in the picture. Guess we know what kept you going, Lori!

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That’s it from us for this Design Wall Monday. Check out our progress by reading previous Design Wall Monday blog posts here.  And visit the McCall’s Quilting Facebook page and post photos of YOUR work to join the fun and the conversation. We’ll see you there! #designwallmonday

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Meet Associate Editor Tricia Patterson!

Patterson Tricia 240px Meet Associate Editor Tricia Patterson!We are pleased to announce the addition of a new editor to our quilting magazine team! Tricia Patterson started her work with McCall’s Quilting and McCall’s Quick Quilts magazines, among others, about a week ago, and we had a chance to sit down with her and ask her a few questions. Please join us in welcoming Tricia to the family!

Q: How long have you been quilting? What got you started?

A: [gulp] It’s hard for me to grasp; I’ve been quilting for forty years! I made my first quilt to celebrate the birth of my first son. I’ve been making hand-stitched quilts for special family occasions since.

Q: What quilters have influenced you the most?

A: My grandmother immediately comes to mind. When I think of her I have a picture of her sitting at her treadle machine producing an endless number of basket quilt blocks. My sister and I sat on the floor beside her as she taught us to embroider on a tea towel in between blocks, the first of many handcrafted projects under her guidance.

Marie Webster wrote the first book I purchased about quilting. I was fascinated by the history and tradition. Many legendary quilters have influenced me: Eleanor Burns, Jenny Doan, Fons and Porter, Alex Anderson, Carol Doak, Libby Lehman, and Ricky Tims. I’ve also learned a lot from a few crossover quilters, in particular two women who are generally considered textile artists however include quilting in much of their work, Judith Montano Baker and Heather Thomas. And more recently, I’ve been studying the work of Tula Pink. I love the personality she brings to quilting.

Q: How did you find out about the editor’s job, and what was it like to apply and be hired for it?

A: I’ve dreamed of working in the quilting industry for many, many years. Over the last eight years, while living in Colorado Springs, Colorado I applied for several jobs at F+W Media, hoping I could work remotely from home, and travel the 1 1/2 hours necessary to get to Golden to work on-site several days a week. That didn’t work out. My husband and I moved to Golden last December. After the first of the year, while searching on-line to learn about the job market in the area, I discovered the Associate Editor job. I debated sending my resume, thinking I wouldn’t have a chance, and finally decided to just go for it. It wasn’t long before I received a call to interview. I was elated when I finally received THE CALL offering a job. What an awesome opportunity! I’m really excited to bring together my career as an instructional designer and project manager, and a lifelong passion for quilting and fiber arts, to the Quilting Community at F+W Media!

Q: Do you belong to any quilting groups?

A: I do not belong to any quilting groups right now. Since moving to Golden I have started volunteering at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum.

Q: What’s your sewing space like?

A: At the moment my quilting and sewing supplies are stretched between one bedroom in our temporary apartment and five storage units. (Oh, I should add, these units also hold some household furnishings.) I am looking forward to finding a home that will include a space similar to the glorious space my husband and son created for me at the old house in a converted one-car garage. It was heavenly.

Q: Do you have any quilting helpers?

A: I frequently turn to my family for quilting help. My husband has a great eye for color, pattern and fabric. I reach out to him often to get advice or validate an approach I’m taking. Both of my sons have given me lots of ideas for quilts over the years. My youngest lives closer so he gets the opportunity to be more involved with design. I’ve reached out to my oldest son many times to help solve some tricky math calculations for my quilts. And, I reach out to my daughters-in-law for all sorts of things, such as naming a creation or getting a second opinion on a design I’d like to create. I’m trying really hard to groom a couple quilting helpers from 4 grandchildren who like to spend time in my studio.

Q: What other activities besides quilting do you love?

A: I love creating mixed media textile art with traditional quilting as a foundation. I also knit, crochet, and read (I’m really into cozy mystery and crime novels.) And, of course, I enjoy spending time with my husband and our dog Abby, and children and grandchildren every chance I get.

Thanks so much for answering our questions, Tricia. We look forward to working with you and seeing your quilts in progress!

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Friday Free Quilt Patterns: A Sparkling Sampler

Patterson Kathy 225px 150x150 Friday Free Quilt Patterns: A Sparkling SamplerSampler quilt patterns are much loved by quilters for lots of reasons. The variety of quilt blocks, unlimited setting possibilities, and opportunity for scrappy quilt construction are just a few. For holding your interest, practicing new techniques, and making a dent in your fabric stash, you just can’t beat a sampler quilt pattern.

So I’m thrilled to bring you this week’s Friday Freebie, A Sparkling Sampler by Lynn Lister. Lynn is a favorite designer among our readers for quilts just like this one…unique, interesting, and fun to piece. Let’s take a look!

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There are 14 different star block patterns in this beauty, along with assorted setting pieces like half-square triangle units, flying geese, and hourglass units. I helped make the sample quilt in the photo, and I guarantee this is a fun project. Star quilt patterns are super popular with quilters, and this one takes star blocks to new heights!

ASparklingSamplerFLAT600px Friday Free Quilt Patterns: A Sparkling SamplerWouldn’t you love a quilt like this in your home? Download A Sparkling Sampler large lap/twin size quilt pattern now…it’s a Friday FREEbie. This digital pattern is a $7.99 value, so don’t miss this chance to add it to your quilt pattern library as our gift!

Have you missed any of our previous Friday Freebies? Click here to find them all!

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Polka Dot Playground: A Visit with Pam Lincoln

Pam Lincoln 225px Polka Dot Playground: A Visit with Pam LincolnWelcome back guest blogger and quilt designer Pam Lincoln of Mama Spark’s World! Pam’s quilt, Polka Dot Playground, is patterned in the April/May 2016 issue of McCall’s Quick Quilts. Read on and don’t miss the calendar giveaway at the bottom of the page!

Hi, everybody! I thought I would give you a little history about this quilt.  I won some scraps from a giveaway on another blog.

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They were so cute I decided that I needed to use them right away and that is how this quilt came to be.
I love the white dots on the vibrant blue and it was so fun to put together.

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quiltonwashline600px Polka Dot Playground: A Visit with Pam LincolnI used every last scrap up by putting some on the pieced back:

quiltback600px Polka Dot Playground: A Visit with Pam LincolnThis was just a fun, easy quilt to make.  I hope you enjoy making it also.

Pam

prize400px Polka Dot Playground: A Visit with Pam LincolnThanks, Pam – this quilt is adorable and already a reader favorite! Pam has a great giveaway for you…we have 3 copies of Lori Holt’s 2016 Cozy Cottage calendar for some lucky readers. Leave a comment below before midnight March 31, 2016 and you’ll be entered into our random drawing. The winning names will be drawn on April 1 (no fooling!) and notified by email with a subject line beginning YOU WON.

This contest is open to US and Canadian residents, excluding Quebec. 

We have our winners! Jean-Sophie Wood, Renee Boyett, and Mary Wright, Pam will get your calendars on their way to you!

If you’d like to make the Polka Dot Playground lap quilt and don’t yet have a copy of the April/May 2016 issue of McCall’s Quick Quilts, you can purchase print and digital copies of the magazine here, or download the pattern separately  from our online shop.

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Quilt Design Wall Monday: 365 Challenge x 2!

Welcome to Design Wall Monday! What patchwork designs did the editors and artists who make McCall’s QuiltingQuilters Newsletter, and Quiltmaker magazines stitch this weekend? You’re about to find out! Here’s what some of our team members are working on right now:

Beam Carolyn Quilt Design Wall Monday: 365 Challenge x 2!Content director Carolyn Beam had a super productive weekend. “I worked on a couple blocks for the 365 Challenge. I’ve fallen far behind (still working on January) but hope to catch up soon.

I also finished the top for a future magazine project.

My main creative endeavor this weekend was spending some quality time organizing my sewing studio. Now I feel like I can really get in there and sew.”

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McDonald Deb Quilt Design Wall Monday: 365 Challenge x 2!Administrative editor Deb McDonald finished a quilt top for Quiltmaker‘s Row Quilt special interest publication on sale the end of June, but we can only show you a sneak peek. Deb says, “It’s red, white and blue with stars and stripes but it’s not a patriotic quilt. Other rows are sailboats. Nice baby/toddler boy quilt.”

 

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Patterson Kathy Quilt Design Wall Monday: 365 Challenge x 2!I’m online editor Kathy Patterson, and once again I was working on the Little House on the Prairie quilt designed by Laura Stone Roberts. I finished all the braid-framed bonnet blocks, and moved on to the first of the 12 bow blocks. I love intricate piecing, so this was a fun romp for me. I can’t wait to see this bow design in blue, lavender, yellow, and green…many more blocks to make. But as you can see, I’ve run out of design wall space!

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Harris Diane Quilt Design Wall Monday: 365 Challenge x 2!Editor Diane Harris writes, “I worked on two projects this weekend. I added borders to “Honeycomb,” a pattern by Karen Griska of Selvage Blog. This was so much fun! I’m very anxious to start quilting it.

Another project I finished up was this teal and green scrappy quilt top. It began with reject/leftover blocks from my friend Carol Baker from Centennial, Colorado. She’d made a Disappearing Nine Patch and she shared her castoffs with me. I made more blocks and came up with this way of setting them. I added the orange accent at the last minute. I don’t think I’ll add another border. Instead, a dark binding will be the final frame for it.

On to the next UFO—I’m determined to make progress on that enormous pile!”

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Khalsa Gigi Quilt Design Wall Monday: 365 Challenge x 2!Editor Gigi Khalsa had to put aside her quilting from last week, since a new deadline is approaching! “I’m working on finishing a quilt for an upcoming Christmas special publication, using pretty fabrics from Robert Kaufman. It’s a little different from my normal design style since I’m only using 4 fabrics! It’s all the design calls for, though. I can’t share the whole thing yet, but here’s a sneak peek of part of it.”

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Stoddard Paula Quilt Design Wall Monday: 365 Challenge x 2!Managing editor Paula Stoddard, like content director Carolyn Beam, is working on the 365 Challenge. “Here’s what I worked on over the weekend. I’m participating in the 365 Challenge, and so far I’m keeping up! So far we’ve been working on the partial center “light” section, and the 3″ “dark” blocks that will border the center section. I’m totally addicted.”

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Baker Lori Quilt Design Wall Monday: 365 Challenge x 2!Acquisitions editor Lori Baker reached a finish line this weekend. “My pieced quilt back is done. Contacting the quilter is high on my list of priorities today.”

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Karr Petras Mary Kate Quilt Design Wall Monday: 365 Challenge x 2!Editor Mary Kate Karr-Petras enjoyed her weekend stitching, too. “This weekend I turned a UFO back into a WIP…all I needed to do was stitch the rows together to complete the top. I’d always planned to use different panel prints I’ve taken home from office fabric grabs for the backing, so finishing the top allowed me the opportunity to have fun auditioning different panels from a variety of fabric manufacturers.

The backing is going to have absolutely nothing to do with the front in terms of color or pattern, and I’m loving it. This is a photo of my final placement of the panels before I started sewing them together, and I’m hoping to get the whole quilt basted before the coming weekend so I can start the quilting!”

MaryKate600 Quilt Design Wall Monday: 365 Challenge x 2!That’s it from us for this Design Wall Monday. Check out our progress by reading previous Design Wall Monday blog posts here.  And visit the McCall’s Quilting Facebook page and post photos of YOUR work to join the fun and the conversation. We’ll see you there! #designwallmonday

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Book Review: Stashbusters

We’re trying something new with this review, inviting the authors themselves to introduce their new book to you. Sarah Maxwell and Dolores Smith have been designing reader-favorite quilts for McCall’s Quilting and McCall’s Quick Quilts magazines for many years. Their scrappy quilt designs are especially popular, and they have the knack for taking a pile of seemingly unrelated fabrics and creating a distinctive, memorable quilt from them. Their book, Stashbusters (C&T Publishing, 2016), is inspiring, helpful, and full of fabulous scrap quilt patterns. Here’s Sarah to tell us more!

Maxwell Sarah 225px Book Review: StashbustersIf you’re like most quilters, you probably have some fabric stashed away. Whether you purchased it with a plan or purchased it because you loved it, sometimes it’s hard to actually pull those pieces out of a closet and start using them. Stashbusters focuses on large, bed-sized quilts that use lots of different fabrics. So pull out all of those pieces you’ve been saving & start sewing!

Often, quilters find it hard to decide how to mix and match fabrics in a quilt. While we all love those pre-bundled collections focused on a single line of fabric, projects become much more interesting when pieces from various collections are used. Using the information about color theory and how to put together your own groupings of fabrics, you’ll be mixing and matching options for blocks in no time. The book includes images of fabric swatches that were used in the various quilts so you can “see” exactly what the text is referencing.

StashbustersCover600px Book Review: StashbustersThe cover quilt, Scrappy Is as Scrappy Does features a “controlled” scrappy technique. Basically, a color is assigned to each position in the block. Then, as you sew you randomly pull out a print of that color & use it in the block position without worrying about whether each fabric is an exact “match” to its neighbor.  While this may sound scary or risky, as long as you use a wide assortment of prints, you are virtually guaranteed a quilt that is a feast for the eyes.

quiltinchair Book Review: StashbustersIf you prefer to match up your fabrics, Summer Gone By (right) will be calling your name. Featuring the classic double pinwheel block, this quilt is perfect for showcasing your favorite prints. Tie them all together with a small-scale multi print for the sashing and you’ll be able to use up 30 or more prints from your stash.

 

 

 

 

 

quiltonsofa Book Review: StashbustersShoofly Pie (left) features Japanese taupes combined with other cotton prints.

There are also projects featuring hand-dyed wool and flannel plaids. No matter what type of fabrics are in your stash, you’re sure to find a suitable project for them in Stashbusters. Start busting through your own stash so you can plan out that next trip to your local quilt shop without any guilt!

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Thanks so much, Sarah! And thanks to the generous folks at C&T Publishing, we have 3 copies of Stashbusters to give away. Leave a comment below before midnight March 27, 2016 and you’ll be entered into our random drawing. The winning names will be drawn on March 28 and notified by email with subject line beginning YOU WON.

This contest is open to US and Canadian residents, excluding Quebec.
We have our winners! Congratulations to Jacque Wright of San Antonio, Texas; Jill Hicks of New Berlin, Illinois and Nancy Messier of Columbus, Ohio.

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I Love This Quilt! A Sparkling Sampler

Russek Erin I Love This Quilt! A Sparkling SamplerErin’s pick for the I Love This Quilt! page, A Sparkling Sampler by Lynn Lister, appears in the May/June 2016 issue of McCall’s Quilting.

Download A Sparkling Sampler free twin/lap quilt pattern here, and read on about Erin’s fresh version of this quilt!

 

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I have always been fascinated by puzzle quilts but have never really known where to start when making one. I love the look of the A Sparkling Sampler quilt so I thought I would use it as a starting place for my own puzzle quilt.

McQ1 600px I Love This Quilt! A Sparkling SamplerI’m using the Strawberry Fields Revisited fabric collection by Fig Tree for Moda because I wanted a nice, summery look.

McQ3 600px I Love This Quilt! A Sparkling SamplerWhen I study the assembly diagram for this quilt I notice there are several 12″ blocks. Since I’m substituting other blocks to put in the Sparkling Sampler setting, the first block I made was Kansas Troubles. I wanted to try a fun new piecing trick I learned. I also made a few 4″ blocks that I can substitute in for some pairs of flying geese and hourglass blocks.

McQ2 600px I Love This Quilt! A Sparkling SamplerI love working with Moda bundles. Their collections always have such a nice combination of color and texture. Wish me luck!

Erin

Have you missed any of our previous I Love This Quilt! free quilt patterns? Check them all out here!

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Friday Free Quilt Patterns: A DOZEN Scrap Quilts!

Patterson Kathy 225px 150x150 Friday Free Quilt Patterns: A DOZEN Scrap Quilts!This week I did some work on reorganizing the free quilt pattern index at McCallsQuilting.com. One page in particular really made me smile. We now have a dozen really great scrap quilt patterns all gathered together for you to browse, enjoy, and download! There will be more to come, but the sight of all these scrappy patterns gathered together just did my heart good.

Let’s take a look at these wonderful, versatile designs:

12FREEScrapQuiltPatterns Friday Free Quilt Patterns: A DOZEN Scrap Quilts!From lap to king size, beginner to advanced skill level, there are patterns here for every quilting need. And remember, any or all of these free quilt patterns can be made from stash fabrics! What are you waiting for? Download these scrap quilt patterns today…they are this week’s Friday Freebies!

Have you missed any of our previous Friday Freebies? Click here to find them all!

 

Scrap eBook cover 200px Friday Free Quilt Patterns: A DOZEN Scrap Quilts!Want even more free scrap quilt patterns? Download our eBook with 3 more beautiful selections now!

 

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Fan Flare: A Visit with Kristin Lawson

Lawson Kristin 225px Fan Flare: A Visit with Kristin LawsonWelcome back guest blogger and quilt designer Kristin Lawson of A Little Crispy Patterns! Kristin’s new quilt, Fan Flare, is patterned in the April/May 2016 issue of McCall’s Quick Quilts.

Hi! I’m Kristin from a little crispy patterns. I am delighted to be back blogging here today! You can check out my quilt patterns and what else I’m up to on my website, or on Instagram @CrispyKristin.

So last time I showed some different colors and patterns for my quilt in the March/April 2016 issue of McCall’s Quilting magazine to spark your imagination. I think that was a lot of fun so I’m going to do it again. I design most of my quilts in Electric Quilt software (EQ7), which lets me play with the quilt design pretty easily. I always have trouble making a final decision as there are so many possibilities!

I chose to do the Fan Flare quilt in Quick Quilts magazine in pretty pink and peach with a dark background:

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The Fan Flare quilt pattern finishes 58 1/4″ square.

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Such a dark background isn’t for everyone, so here is what the quilt looks like in blues and greens, with a white background.

Fan flare 2 Fan Flare: A Visit with Kristin LawsonI thought it would be fun to see how incorporating a few more colors into the palette would look. This version is more rainbow hued.

Fan flare 3 Fan Flare: A Visit with Kristin LawsonThen I couldn’t resist seeing the rainbow version against a dramatic deep black background.

Fan flare 4 Fan Flare: A Visit with Kristin LawsonOr how about this moody black with greys?

Fan flare 5 Fan Flare: A Visit with Kristin LawsonSome people might prefer to use prints instead of solids. How about those moody black and greys in prints with a hint of a dark blue print?

Fan flare 6 Fan Flare: A Visit with Kristin LawsonAnd I had to make a lovely summery one, with a pretty sky blue background and super bold Kaffe Fassett prints.

Fan flare 7 Fan Flare: A Visit with Kristin LawsonI hope that helps you see more possibilities for this pattern and I’d love to see your version! Until next time!

Kristin

Thank you so much, Kristin!

If you’d like to make the Fan Flare wall or lap quilt and don’t yet have a copy of the April/May 2016 issue of McCall’s Quick Quilts, you can purchase print and digital copies of the magazine here, or download the pattern separately  from our online shop.

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