Knit Wit Magazine 1

Wise Craft in Knit Wit Magazine

 

Knit Wit Magazine 1

Have you discovered the magazine Knit Wit? A gorgeous magazine full of inspiring stories, eye candy, and all kinds of love for fiber-related things. I was honored to have a piece in Issue 6, which is available now. In it, I discuss more of the back story behind the Willy Loman quilt project in Wise Craft Quilts, and share a peek at its sister quilt, Turquoise Trail. Both of these quilts are part of what inspired me to write my book back when I made them from salesman sample swatches given to me by a friend. Funny how things happen.

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Boro Quilt from Wise Craft Quilts

Boro Quilt- #myquiltcouldlivehere

Boro Quilt from Wise Craft Quilts

Photo by Stephanie Congdon Barnes of 3191 Miles Apart

While writing my book, I knew I wanted to include a project that was not traditional- meaning, in the sense that a traditional quilt has a top, quilt batting in the middle, and a backing. I wanted something lighter weight, a coverlet or lightweight throw. That’s really where the idea began for the Boro quilt. There is only a layer of muslin in between the top and the back, no batting. Making it the perfect lightweight cover for summer, and the perfect project to take with you to stitch on. READ MORE

Flower Stamps Quilt

#myquiltcouldlivehere New Flower Stamps Quilt Pattern

Flower Stamps Quilt

A new quilt pattern, just in time for Spring! Flower Stamps is one of those ideas I had in my mind for a long time before I actually got the chance to work on it. You know the kind. They get scribbled or doodled down on small bits of paper when you’re doing something totally unrelated, just so you don’t forget about them! READ MORE

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