Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Settler’s Pride and Primitive Quilts

You are going to be so sick of this quilt…but…I finished the fourth block to Settler’s Pride last night…and I’m loving it!P1130056

Zooming in for a close-up….


I had to step on our foot stool to get this shot of all four blocks.  Five more blocks to go!!


Each block is big…about 18” in size…


If you can stand it, stay tuned for block 5…


Did you know that in just a few days “Primitive Quilts and Projects” will hit the News Stands!   This is a new magazine featuring primitive style quilts and projects.  Each issue will feature up to 15 projects and is published quarterly.


On the cover of this first issue we have a quilt called ‘Winter Berries’ by Buggy Barn!  I love the idea that all my favourite designers will be in one place…designers like..

Cheri Payne - Quilts by Cheri
Dawn Heese - Linen Closet Quilts
Jan Patek - Jan Patek Quilts
Janet Nesbitt - Buggy Barn
Jeni Gaston – Woolen Willow
Kathy Schmitz
Lynda Hall - Primitive Pieces
Lisa Bongean – Primitive Gatherings
Lori Brechlin - Not Forgotten Farm
Maggie Bonanomi
Renee Plains - Liberty Star
Rita Briner - Quilter's Station
Tonya Robey - Mad Hen Primitives
Cherie Ralston - Kansas City Star Quilts
Gloria Parsons - Olde Green Cupboard
Heather Lynn - Mohair Bears and Friends
Bonnie Blue Quilts

Hurry over to Kathy Schmitz Blog to see the project that she has in the first issue of Primitive Quilts.  You are going to love it…and if you leave a comment on her blog you might just win a copy of Primitive Quilts!!  It’s a good thing!

Have a terrific Tuesday and Happy Quilting~P


Me and My Stitches said...

I subscribed to the magazine a long time ago, and CAN NOT WAIT to get the first issue. And, I love the blocks you are making - so warm and yummy! Keep making and keep showing them to us.

Sonia said...

sick? no way. :) It will be interesting watching the quilt grow. You are doing a great job!

Darlene said...

Keep posting your progress please - it's stunning, P.

I can't wait to get my first issue of the magazine. :-)

sunnisandy said...

I absolutely love how the sunflower came out, as the rest of the work your doing on the quilt, am so looking forward to seeing each and every block!
Be safe in your travels.

Country Prims said...

You are getting on great with your blocks-love seeing them, so keep them comin!

That just might have to be my next wool project (after the 2 'Heart to Hand' ones I have in progress!)

Shazy x

Kathy said...

Great progress Paulette, block 5 on Wednesday? I put my name in for the giveaway of the Primitive Quilts magazine so thanks for the heads up.

Shakerwood said...

Can't wait to see the first issue. I even ordered a lot more to have in my vending booth. Best idea in a long time!! A magazine for us proves there are more of us out there!

Karen said...

I am not going to get tired of seeing your Settler's Pride. Keep those blocks coming!

I paid for my subscription to the magazine recently and am looking forward to the first issue. For a prim lover, to have a magazine devoted to that style of projects is a big bonus for me.

WoolenSails said...

I can't resist that one, had to get it.
All my favorite designers in one place.


Allie said...

I do love those blocks!

Marj said...

Your blocks are beautiful and they seem to be going fast. LOOKS LIKE A GREAT NEW MAGAZINE! I'll have to check it out.

Laura said...

Sick of seeing your blocks? Absolutely not! Your work is beautiful and I can't wait to see the next one.

StitchinByTheLake said...

I love the sunflower - especially that polka dot fabric you used in the center. :) blessings, marlene

Sue and Doug said...

it is fun for us to watch your 'quilt grow'!!..happy stitching..love the sunflower!!

QuiltSue said...

I love the colours you're using. It's going to be quite a big quilt when it's finished isn't it?

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