At Home with Country Quilts: 13 Patchwork Patterns

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Discover a new collection of cozy quilts in the primitive country style that made Country Comforts so popular. With her casual approach and appealing quilt patterns, Cheryl Wall invites quilters of all skill levels to enjoy the creative process.

  • Create 13 homey patchwork quilts in a variety of sizes; many are accented with charming appliqué...
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Overview

Discover a new collection of cozy quilts in the primitive country style that made Country Comforts so popular. With her casual approach and appealing quilt patterns, Cheryl Wall invites quilters of all skill levels to enjoy the creative process.

  • Create 13 homey patchwork quilts in a variety of sizes; many are accented with charming appliqué details
  • Learn piecing methods as well as simple techniques for cotton and wool appliqué
  • Make great use of your scraps in these country-style projects

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781604681451
  • Publisher: Martingale & Company
  • Publication date: 6/11/2012
  • Pages: 96
  • Sales rank: 1,172,594
  • Product dimensions: 8.30 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Cheryl Wall has been designing quilts and publishing patterns since 2003, under the name "Country Quilts." She loves every part of the process, from the moment the spark of an idea is born, to drawing the design, choosing fabrics, and watching the quilt take shape. She especially loves watching a quilt take on a life of its own during the process, turning out quite differently from what she originally envisioned. Cheryl's favorite style of quilting is primitive, in which small imperfections add to the quilt's charm and reveal that it was made with human hands.

Cheryl has self-published more than 100 patterns, and several of her designs have been published in national and international magazines. Her first book, Country Quilts, quickly became a best seller.

When she isn't designing and making quilts, Cheryl loves to create and seek out primitive treasures for her home. Traveling, antiquing, and spending time with family and friends are her other favorite pastimes. Cheryl and her husband, Ben, live in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada, in a house overflowing with quilts and crafts. Their two grown children, Charissa and Geoffrey, also live nearby. Cheryl is very thankful for her family and friends and that she is able to spend her days doing what she loves.

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  • Posted December 31, 2012

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    Eaeth tones, applique and piecing

    Earth tones and applique are the basics of this book. Of the 13 projects in it, seven have applique as a main component. The other six are pieced quilts. Of those six, two have applique on the borders which, in my humble opinion, could be created without the applique or you might have a wonderful piece of printed fabric that the pattern would add the applique look.

    There are enough patterns in this book to satisfy either type of quilter – applique or piecing and you might just want to try the one you don’t do as a habit. Each project starts out with a paragraph about it. The material and cutting lists are straight forward and there is a box with a hint in it between these lists.

    The instructions are easy to follow and the graphics help make sure you are on the right path. A color photo with the finished quilt and block size and who created and quilted the quilts is also listed.

    Templates, when needed, are included at full size which means you don’t have to run out to get copies of them. The quilting of the item is left up to your desired method and pattern. The eight page basics section is at the back of the book just before the page of a short bio on the author.

    Lots of wonderful patterns will keep you busy and your interest high especially if earth tones are you heart’s desire.

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