Shown in Reproductions prints - Circa 1930 with traditional Card Trick and Sixteen Patch Blocks. This little quilt could utilize those colorful scraps from your abundant stash! Whether you choose to create a circa reproduction color scheme, or mix and match all your favorite fabrics ScrapPileStyle, this little charmer pieces together with a mere 10 fat quarters, a small amount for binding and a light colored background fabric. Set aside an afternoon or two, to piece this impressive little charmer lap quilt. Easy for a beginner quilter....a quick treasure for the more advanced quilter. Happy Quilting!
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About the Author
I grew up in the scrap box of my mother’s sewing room, dressing up dolls, dogs and little brothers, completing my first quilt at 16.
A career in financial management, attending college, a family business, and three small children continually outgrowing clothes; piecing scraps together became a way of life. The art of fabricating treasured gifts from remnants became a passion. Wedding and baby quilts have become cherished gifts, each creation stitched with memories, prayers and love.
My lifelong passion of quilting and “making the most of” leftover fabrics inspired me to share this gift by providing patterns that appeal to quilters of every skill level. Simplifying the steps of the process, I walk quilters step by step, as they utilize the resources of their scraps, creating unique quilting projects – ScrapPileStyle.
- Quilt pattern "Circa Charmer" was published in Oct/ Nov 2010 issue of The Quilter Magazine
- featured on Mark Lipinski’s blog and radio (Oct 2010) cast as he discussed new designers getting their first “break” in the publishing market.
- featured in April 2011 edition of the Browy Blog featured me as “A Creative Women on a Budget” for my pattern designs allowing quilters to create thrifty projects utilizing their stash. http://thebrowyblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/creative-quilter-debbie-lindsay.html
- featured in Black Bird country Quilt Works (of Normandale, ON) May 2011 newsletter
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