These placemats are stunning! What a fun way to learn the art of paper-piecing from the legendary Judy Niemeyer and family. The pattern includes foundation papers for six placemats. Other foundations are available separately.
Riptides is an opportunity to learn floating points, curved paper piecing techniques and how to attach the veins – all featured in these instructions.
Autumn Wildwoods features curved paper-piecing as well.
Pirates Quest is a stunning queen sized quilt that will make any bed the star of the show!
These patterns are all due to arrive in August so place your orders now.
Not only do I love the quilts, you have to love the names and covers as well! Tequila Lime? Really – what a great name! This quilt measures 68″ square but an expansion pack is available if you want a queen.
Fortune Teller definitely has a celestial feel with the floating stars in the scallops. And don’t you love the way those scallops extend into the borders?
Setting Alchemists Crystals on point adds that awe factor to this queen/king sized quilt.
All of these patterns are due to arrive next month so place your orders now!
These quilts and table runner are absolutely beautiful so I am going to let them tell you in their own words….
Mermaids Tale was designed by Judy and Brad Niemeyer and was built using blocks from the Cattail Mixer series, including the Shimmering Star block and the Star Shower border. It also includes a C border, which does not include any foundation paper piecing. These instructions are broken down by groups, referred to as Groups A, B, & C. Size 68 x 68.
Frozen Fountain includes four sections referred to as Groups A, B, C, and D. The A group is a diamond block referred to as the Ice Crystal Star, the B group squares up the diamonds and is referred to as Icicles, the C group is an on-point border group called Satin and Lace, and the D group square up the on-point design to create a 99-inch square queen size quilt. This pattern incorporates all of Quiltworx’s latest techniques as well.
The Spice Rack was designed as a beginner pattern to introduce quilters to paper piecing. The project is fast, uses only straight-lined foundation piecing and assembly, employs simple cutting techniques, and is an affordable and fun way to jump into your first paper piecing project. It is meant to make those new to the process find confidence, understanding and success. Size 75 x 97
The Prism Table Runner is a design inspired by an idea of Certified Instructor, Joanne Wearing, hoping for a table runner workshop that utilized the Prismatic Star block, which would be available for a one day workshop. This pattern is the result. If this is the first time you’ve done a Quiltworx pattern, you will learn foundation paper strip piecing techniques for lone star diamonds and also striped borders along with the use of cutting templates, smart corners, and TRP lines. Size 22 x 65.
These are all due to arrive in January so order them now!
The new releases that will be showcased at Market in Kansas City are starting to appear on the website. There are no rhyme nor reason to these – just new items that I know you will want to order NOW!
The newest releases from Quiltworx include a centerpiece that can be separated into slices of watermelon. What a perfect summer centerpiece! Yogo Saphire is a limited edition pattern – there will only be 500 sold!
Cuppa Joe Place Mats by GE Designs is a darling quilt as you go project. What a cute addition to your table!
Fractions by Swirly Girls is a geometric masterpiece that would be a great choice for that man in your life!
This latest Cut Loose Press™ pattern, Surprise Party Quilt by Terri Faust, showcases a new technique using the Creative Grids® Cat’s Cradle Tool.
This table runner by Eazy Peazy looks just like Margaret Travis! Modern, fun and playful!
The Cut Loose Press™ pattern, of course, is always in stock. The others are all due to arrive next month!
I have always loved Judy Niemeyer designs but didn’t have the time to make many of her larger projects. That is why I am loving these smaller ones that showcase one technique and, in some cases, can be done in an afternoon.
My Two Baby Sisters showcases two six inch blocks and a twelve-inch block which use the exact same technique to create this eight pointed star. What a great class! Who doesn’t want to learn how to make these blocks without fussing with inset and Y-seams? Additional papers are available because you know these will become go-to gifts.
This Poinsettia design makes piecing circles simple – and at 30″, is the perfect centerpiece for a round table. Once again, additional papers are available.
Fractured Star in an 80″ square. In Judell’s words: The Fractured Star was designed as a beginner pattern to introduce quilters paper piecing. The project is fast, uses only 1 foundation block, employs simple cutting techniques, and is an affordable and fun way to jump into your first paper piecing project. It is meant to make those new to the process find confidence, understanding, and success.
I can’t say it any better than that so why even try???
These patterns are due to arrive in August so consider them for your Fall series of classes!
This seven sisters setting of a Diamond Wedding Star is breathtaking – a perfect example of when less is more! And the perfect fabric choices? This heirloom strip set by Timeless designed, or course, by the Niemeyers! Check out these Market releases!
When quilts become art – Autumn Pines can be the focal point of any room.
These quilts are the newest additions that feature the Diamond Wedding Ring templates by Creative Grids®.
Why not combine the new with these classics from Cut Loose Press and Quiltworx?
Quiltworx is releasing three new patterns this month – all showcased in red, white and blacks:
This fabric line – designed by Judy and Judell for Timeless Treasures – has around twenty different prints. Why not buy all of them? These are the most difficult fabrics to find in batiks so shops can never have enough! There are also several pre-cuts to choose from. See the entire line at:
This queen size quilt is stunning – and I am only using that word because I can’t think of a word that would truly do it justice! What a dramatic three color quilt. And, I have it on good authority, that the fabrics used in this quilt are premiering at Quilt Market and will be available at Checker on Saturday…
The book – Redesigned – showcases several of their patterns shown in this new colorway. (Patterns available separately.)
The red and white quilt craze has been wildly popular since the Red and White exhibit in New York, but finding true reds to make these quilts has NOT been easy. And, batik red, whites, and blacks? Non-existent so you know the book, pattern, and soon to be released fabric line are instant winners!
I LOVE these new patterns by Quiltworx. Each pattern provides the opportunity to teach Judy’s classic techniques by creating a smaller project that can be completed in one sitting!
The Impatiens pattern (#JNQ00215P1) provides enough papers to make (4) five-petal flowers that are 18″ in diameter. This floral series is the first time that they have included the quilting designs on newsprint with the pattern so you can trace it right onto your finished petals.
Don’t let the shape intimidate you. The pattern includes a link to a video featuring Judy showing you how to bind these beauties! The pattern includes (4) Stitch-N-Peel Flower Centers – it can’t get any easier than this!