Born in 1744, Abigail Adams was the second First Lady of the United States. While her husband John was away from home forming the newly established government, they kept their relationship alive through numerous letters. Scrap and 2-color versions incl.
Blue Ridge Trio is an easy quilt(s) for anyone interested in small quilts. Each quilt is made using the same basic shape. Yardage requirements are small and will make all three quilts. Just add borders and or sashing! Click on the picture to see more.
2 Wonderful quilt designs are included in this pattern. There are NO "Y" seams and NO curved piecing in either of the quilts. You'll be surprised at how easy! Click on the picture to see both quilt versions.
A charming doll quilt originally made by a little girl, Catherine, from New York state. Catherine, her sisters, and eventually her own children played with this sweet little quilt. Now you can make your own replica of Catherine’s quilt with easy to fo
This traditional design looks great on a kitchen island, buffet or dining table. Make it from your favorite palette or as a gift in your best friend's color way. It's fantastic in whatever fabric style you choose. Triangle paper will make this project fun
Much has been written about the Western Migration to settle this country. The travel was long and extremely difficult. The hazards that faced the pioneers were immense. Children grew up fast when faced by the reality of their harsh environment. Retreating
The In a letter from John Adams, one of the signers of the Declaration, to his wife Abigail, he said this day shall be celebrated with parades and jubilation forever more...our Independence Day. Two sizes included. (29 1/4" x 30 3/4" and runner 29 1/2"
Quilts from long ago capture our attention. The inspiration for this little gem comes from a similar small quilt owned by a friend of mine. With the addition of just a few stars scattered about it is perfect. The small square-in-a-square border is achieve
Basket patterns have historically been a favorite of quilters. Many of these patterns celebrate giving and friendship. This particular basket design is rare however, similar to a basket design published in The American Farmer, April 1895, simply named Bas
Medallion quilts can be traced to the 1700s. The Pride & Glory Medallion is more reminiscent of the mid 1800s style of medallions. During this time period the use of a pieced center, star blocks and the combination of multiple borders was typical. It is a
Playful and simple! This spool quilt will have you using some of your favorite fabrics…that is if you can cut into them. An easy rotary cut and machine pieced quilt. Don’t forget the Rick-rack.
(22 1/2” square)
For the Love of Scraps' was the working title of this quilt. To make this quit you must have a passion for scraps! Dig deep into that scrap bag of yours and play. I bet you will find some old favorites deep at the bottom. Just have fun with this quilt...i
In the United States the First Lades have he privilege to choose the china tea service used in the White House. Up until 1928 the china usually came from France. Edith Wilson, wife of President Woodrow Wilson, was the first 'First Lady' to order America
A historical rendition of a Civil War quilt. Soldiers carried quilts along with them during the Civil War to use on cots or as bedrolls. The Soldier Album block was a typical pieced block which would make up a young soldier’s
At the time of the Civil War (1861-1865) it made no difference if your allegiance was with the north or south when it came to patriotism. Both sides did their best to support their soldiers and their families.