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I have been to McCall, but we spent all of our time getting ice cream and walking along the water front. After the fact I learned they had quilt shops. Wish I had planned better.
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Jump to navigation. Vintage Quilt Revival is a resource for quilters of any age or style who love to use today's modern colors and fabrics. With fresh quilt layouts, simple, detailed instructions on foundation piecing, and a wide variety of traditional blocks and modern projects, Vintage Quilt Revival is at the forefront of the burgeoning interest in the "traditional made modern" movement.
In addition to the patterns, Eleanor also includes vintage quilts from her own collection, offering fabric selection advice, lovely sample quilts, history, and yardage and cutting charts. The book went on sale in April. In her class, Eleanor discussed the history behind some of the famous antique designs along with her modern renditions.
We will be gathering to sew on our regular Featherweight Shop Sew Along day, which is the last Thursday of every month. All Featherweight owners are always welcome to sew right along with us, regardless of project, but if you want to join in with the making of the Farm Girl Vintage quilt, a lot of the fun internet chit-chat and discussion will be focused on the featured block of the month. We will be starting out slow with just one 1 block per month to give beginners enough time to become familiar with quilting and then as time goes by we may increase that to accommodate duplicate blocks or if we happen to get antsy and want to sew more!
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There are an amazing amount of features inside, such as articles on home decorating and fashion, and craft tutorials and patterns, including crochet, knitting, tatting, embroidery, and a number of other obscure or …. There are an amazing amount of features inside, such as articles on home decorating and fashion, and craft tutorials and patterns, including crochet, knitting, tatting, embroidery, and a number of other obscure or outdated craft forms typical of the mid-century. However, just as good as the patterns are the wealth of vintage advertisements for yarn, quilt batting and just about everything craft or woman-related you could think of from that era. I particularly enjoyed the section on crafts for kids that could be found in every issue.