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The Spirit of Sacajawea

# 20214
A Textile Tribute to an American Heroine
by Laurie Simpson & Polly Minick
The Spirit of Sacagawea: A Textile Tribute to an American Heroine honors the only woman to travel with the Lewis and Clark expedition. The young mother, who carried her infant son on her back throughout the arduous journey, was a symbol of peace to other Native Americans. To Lewis and Clark, she was translator, teacher, guide and rescuer.
You will find two versions of the lovely quilt that commemorates Sacagawea's spirit and courage as well as five smaller projects ranging from a needle case to hooked rugs. Laurie Simpson and Polly Minick hope you enjoy your journey on the Lewis and Clark Trail!
Price: $27.95
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# 20213
A 21st-Century Twist on 19th-Century Favorites
by Dawn Heese
Past meets present in this charming collection of pieced and applique quilts by the author of Geese in the Rose Garden and A Year of Cozy Comforts. Quilt designer Dawn Heese is back with six new quilts inspired by timeless 19th-century designs. Using her signature folk-art style, she brings these designs of the past alive for today's quilters.
Dawn's quilts will spark inspiration for needleturn and raw-edge appliquers alike. For wool applique enthusiasts, she has included a captivating rendition of the classic Harrison Rose design. And for patchwork lovers, she puts her unique twist on two beloved designs reminiscent of times past - the strip quilt and Snowball block.
Dawn's handy how-to instructions for needleturn, raw-edge, and wool applique give you the basics to successfully complete the projects.
Price: $24.95
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September 2011

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The Garden Quilt

# 20142
by Barbara Brackman & Ilyse Moore
Ruth Finley described the Garden quilt appliqué as “the triumph of the needle....No two Garden quilts were ever quite alike....” Ilyse Moore and Barbara Brackman present a pattern for a new interpretation of the Garden medallion or, as Rose Kretsinger called it, The Paradise Garden. They’ve drawn from several appliqué masterpieces and show you how to make Ilyse’s Paradise in Kansas, a Garden quilt for the 21st century.
Price: $16.95
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Czecherboard Quilts

# 20140
by Rose Ann Cook
The desire to know more about her father’s family lead Rose Ann Cook not just to places and dates, but also to family members she didn’t know and photographs she had never seen. As an avid quilter and quilt shop owner, she naturally turned to designing quilts to honor her father and remind her of the members of his family who were such an important part of his life and who were now a part of her family history. From the Charming Baby quilt to The Old Patriot, there is a story that I am sure you can all relate to, and a quilt that you will want to make. Rose Ann has also recreated an antique quilt that she rescued as a bonus quilt for you to make as an heirloom for your family.
Price: $22.95
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A Day At Sunnybrook

# 20141
Primitive Projects to Recall Home Life in the 1800s
by Maggie Bonanomi This is a little tale about three sisters living in rural Lafayette County in the mid 1800s. Inspired by the rich colors of a vintage quilt, an 1899 book of advice, and a favorite doll, Maggie Bonanomi brings you the world of Sunny Brook School for Girls. Explore and make the necessary items for every part of their lives: classroom study, sewing, exercise, rest, finer skills and sleep. Maggie supplies the projects that will take the girls though their days! And what an abundance of projects: a sampler, mending baskets, a chatelaine, pincushions, a fireplace screen, pillows and more pillows, a throw, pinched purse, several hooked rugs, a bed cover, daily books, even a flower press. The golden hues of Sunny Brook School await you.
Price: $26.95
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Homespun Volume 107 Easter Issue

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Homespun Volume 107

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Vol 30 No 3

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Vol 30 No 2

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Vol 12 No 3

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Vol 12 No 2

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Away from Home

# 20059
by Nancy Rink
Away From Home is woven from the diaries and letters of Lowell, Massachusetts, Mill Girls and the history of the textile factories where they worked. The featured sampler quilt has an appliqued center depicting two of the Mill Girls surrounded by nine pieced and appliqued blocks. Eight more original projects include seven quilts of various sizes and a charming pinwheel pillow cover. All the projects feature fabrics designed and developed for Marcus Fabrics by Judie Rothermel in conjunction with Lowell’s American Textile History Museum. Nancy, an award-winning fiber artist, and Oliver, a history professor, combine their expertise to bring you stories as interesting and enjoyable as the quilts they inspired.
Price: $25.95
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A Bag of Scraps

# 20063
by Edie McGinnis
Oh those scrappy quilts with stories to tell and mysteries to solve. Look closely. See this bit of plaid in purple? Here it is again in green ... and yellow ... and red! One can't help but wonder where those bits and pieces came from. Edie McGinnis explores the origins of these delightful scraps: likely from one of the nation's Garment Districts. During the heyday of the Kansas City garment district, it was said that one in every seven women in the country wore a coat or suit made there. You'll learn about the locale and the players: immigrant workers who toiled the factories, designers whose splashy lives became the daily news, and the museum there today. AND where all those scraps went! You'll also find easy-to-follow directions to make eight spectacular scrap quilts - some from old designs, some new - and a handful of fun projects. Best of all: a portion of the proceeds from this book will go to support Kansas City's Garment District Museum
Price: $24.95
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Annas Quilts

# 19774
A goosebump moment of discovering her Aunt Anna's quilt in a book led Donna di Natale on a hunt for the quilt's origin. And the enduring freshness of the 1930s quilt design led to her recreating the quilt using modern techniques and materials. The templates for Anna's quilt are based on the original design. For the other projects, I simplified the daisy and morning glory templates. And because I love wool applique, I have included a wool applique wall hanging or table quilt and a small table topper. The templates for some of the projects have been reduced in size, and new designs were added to the wallhanging, but every project in this book contains the rose applique found in Anna's original quilt to demonstrate the timelessness of this design.
Price: $23.95
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