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The recommended Skill Level for quiltmakers is described as “Advanced Beginner,” meaning nearly anyone with basic rotary cutting and machine-piecing skills can complete these projects. Yet they are challenging enough for more experienced quilters to experiment with color and design. Only a couple of the projects involve appliqué, which in most cases is minimal, and often optional.
Case #s preceded by a * indicate projects which can be completed in a one-day workshop, provided that participants have completed Part 1 in advance of your workshop day.
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*Case #101: This 45” x 54” quilt top will set your heart awhirl (and maybe your head, too!). “NJ Triangle,” Item #1851. (8 Parts)
Case #102: This 80” x 85” quilt top could have you going in circles (or not!). “Scrappy Foursome,” Item #1852. (8 Parts)
Case #103: Turn your rags into riches as you make this scrappy country quilt top which measures 52” x 68”. “Great Chain Robbery,” Item #1853. (12 Parts)
Case #104 will have you gallivanting all over the place, yet keep you in line, all at the same time! Top measures 56” x 80”. (Note: this is an original, non-traditional pattern, but is tons of fun to make!) “Peripatetic Patchwork,” Item #1854. (10 Parts)
*Case #105: This one could lead you astray as you make this quilt top in your choice of two sizes: either a nap-size 54” x 72”, or a queen-size 90” x 108”, with traditional Amish colors. “Accidental Amish,” Item #1855. (6 Parts)
*Case #106: Make this 24” square project in a jiffy, and still have time for those last-minute holiday parties (no kidding!). “A Merry Mystery,” Item #1856. (4 Parts) (includes raw-edge applique)
Case #107: Your eyes will twinkle with delight when you see the results of this 90” x 100” quilt top! “Fly by Night,” Item #1857. (10 Parts)
Case #108: Make a 64” square quilt top which seems to welcome signatures from your family and friends. After all, as they say, “Friends are the Flowers in the Garden of Life.” Item #1858. (8 Parts) (includes optional appliqué)
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*Case #109: It’s a Plaid, Plaid, Plaid, Plaid World! This one could make you wonder whether there really IS a plan to all of these ins and outs as you make this 38” square wall hanging. It also lends itself quite easily to collecting autograph specimens for that special occasion which is always just around the corner. “Plaid,” Item #1859. (10 Parts)
*Case #110: Choose to make a Small (45” x 54”) or Queen (90” x 108”) quilt top as you pillage and plunder those spare strips that keep piling up (you can’t hide them from Merry Mayhem!). “No Strings Attached,” Item #1860. (6 Parts)
Case #111: This old-fashioned 52” x 66” quilt top will fit you to a “T,” especially if you use new-fangled methods (like a cool way to make Flying Geese units) to make it! “To a T,” Item #1861. (6 Parts)
*Case #112: This charming little 46” x 58” quilt top will have a tendency to grow on you! “Charmed, I’m Sure,” Item #1862. (6 Parts)
*Case #113: Make this cheery, topsy-turvy quilt top in your choice of three sizes: Small 60” x 76”; Medium 76” x 92”; or Large 92” x 108”. “Bar None,” Item #1863. (8 Parts)
Case #114: Wave good-bye to your scraps as you make this beautiful queen-size quilt; or, use all new fabrics with a traditional Amish color scheme that’ll really “float your boat!” “Wave,” Item #1864. (7 Parts)
*Case #115: Double your pleasure as you create this easy 16” x 48” holiday table runner which includes a surprise bonus! “The More the Merrier,” Item #1865. (5 Parts) (includes fusible appliqué)
*Case #116: Big things can be made into small packages as you wind your way through this unusual 28” x 34” project! Item #1866. (6 Parts) (includes minimal appliqué)
Case #117: A classic queen-sized American Beauty. Item #1867 (6 Parts)
*Case #118: We can all do our best Betsy Ross imitations as we make our own 54” x 72” interpretation of “Yankee Doodle Dandy!” Item #1868 (6 Parts) Instructions included for a queen-size project, too!
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