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QUILTsocial Giveaway: Old Quilts New Life

 

Enter now for your chance to win Old Quilts New Life, by Sarah Fielke!

Old Quilts, New Life features 18 stunning quilts designed by passionate quilter, author, and designer, Sarah Fielke.

Sarah has selected 9 beautiful quilts from The American Folk Art Museum in New York, and created two designs inspired by each quilt – the first, a sympathetic interpretation of the original piece and the second, a more contemporary creation. Old Quilts, New Life showcases these stunning quilts – each one accompanied by step-by-step instructions so you can create them at home. The book takes you through the history of the quilting tradition and explores the techniques and styles employed by quilters over the centuries. From the beautiful simplicity of an Amish quilt to a striking, graphic Text quilt, there is a quilt here to suit all skill levels and styles.

ISBN: 978-1-78249-239-9

The contest ends at 5:00PM on Thursday December 31st. Get your entries in NOW!

Congratulations to Pauline P!…winner of Northcott ColorWorks Quilting Fabric in our last QUILTsocial giveaway!

 

Old Quilts New Life Cover

 

How to Enter the QUILTsocial Giveaway Contest

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Carla A. Canonico is the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of A Needle Pulling Thread Magazine, QUILTsocial.com, and KNITmuch.com.

17 Comments

  1. Sylvia Courteau

    Looking forward to more great ideas and techniques!

  2. Laura

    Thanks for the binding tutorial. It included some things I have not thought about, or at least not in the ways presented. I do look at this blog and find the information helpful.

  3. Jane Sanders

    A book about “old” quilts would be inspirational for an “old” quilter!

  4. Mary jordan

    Historical quilts are great. Posted a comment in the binding blog.

  5. Pamela Coughlin

    What better way to learn from the old quilts! Love the scrappy methods of quilting and would love to enjoy this pattern book! Thanks for the giveaway! Merry Christmas!

  6. Mary Jordan

    Always looking for a good book especially those that help to keep he history alive. Commented on the binding article.

  7. Lori M

    I really enjoyed the post about using tulle on the applique pieces…I used that suggestion on the center of my feathered star I have had hanging on my work board for over 3 years….I could not figure out what I wanted to quilt or how I wanted this star to be quilted…Now it shines as a wall hanging in my living room with now it just stands out so wonderfully…..

  8. Sally Howard

    I love old quilt patterns. The women who made them up were quite creative in all aspects of their lives. They still were able to get new patterns and designs. Still love the idea of quilting with friends each week.

  9. peg

    I would love to win this.

  10. Pat Castonguay

    Would love have this book

  11. Naomi

    Loved the article Thread Painting withTutti and Konfetti

  12. Betty Hughes

    Keep up the great work. I just love this and reading all.

    • Thank you Betty So glad to hear you’re enjoying QUILTsocial!

  13. This looks like it will be a very interesting magazine.

  14. Michele T

    The book looks awesome!! I left a comment on your blog post about free motion quilting tips! Thanks!!

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