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Quilts Through the Seasons: A Quilt for Each Month of the Year

by Eleanor Burns

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Eleanor has created a palette of quilt patterns to symbolize the months of the year.Autumn is harvest time with cool, crisp air offering welcome relief from hot summer days. Using Eleanor's easy applique technique, grace your fall table with Harvest Tablerunner, a cornucopia of the earth's bounty. Eleanor uses 5 charm squares to create the Buckeye Beauty, a scrappy quilt that is as delightful to make as it is to admire. For traditional flair, the Country Lane Quilt fits the bill. From a 1930's Mountain Mist Batting pattern, Eleanor adds her special touch to make this quilt extra special.Winter brings to mind a time of gathering with family and friends to celebrate the holidays. A season to cozy up to a warm fire and sip cocoa. A season to take the chill off with a new quilt. What could be better on a cold winter day than to sit and stitch a traditional Morning Star Quilt or a Lodgepole Pine Quilt for festive holiday decor. Fussy cut a lovely motif for the center of your Morning Star, Eleanor shows you how! Embellish your Lodgepole Pine Quilt with a scarlet red Cardinal to add flair. For the perfect Victorian Valentine, Eleanor teaches a paper pieced wall hanging My Crazy Valentine that lends itself to creative embellishment with machine stitchery, laces, and antique buttons.Rebirth of barren trees and frozen ground signals that spring is just around the corner. Flowers abound in buds and new growth. Eleanor presents Baskets and Bows and Twin Sisters quilts, perfect patterns to show off lovely floral fabrics. To complete the season, Gone Fishing is a whimsical quilt that incorporates piecing and easy applique. Just the quilt for that special little boy.Summer months deliver warm sunshine and dreams of lazy afternoons. Summer Porch and Pink Lemonade quilts fit the bill for pleasurable sewing. Summer Porch is delightful with flowered fabric and crisp lattice and cornerstones. What hot summer day would be complete without a Pink Lemonade… (more)
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Eleanor has created a palette of quilt patterns to symbolize the months of the year.Autumn is harvest time with cool, crisp air offering welcome relief from hot summer days. Using Eleanor's easy applique technique, grace your fall table with Harvest Tablerunner, a cornucopia of the earth's bounty. Eleanor uses 5 charm squares to create the Buckeye Beauty, a scrappy quilt that is as delightful to make as it is to admire. For traditional flair, the Country Lane Quilt fits the bill. From a 1930's Mountain Mist Batting pattern, Eleanor adds her special touch to make this quilt extra special.Winter brings to mind a time of gathering with family and friends to celebrate the holidays. A season to cozy up to a warm fire and sip cocoa. A season to take the chill off with a new quilt. What could be better on a cold winter day than to sit and stitch a traditional Morning Star Quilt or a Lodgepole Pine Quilt for festive holiday decor. Fussy cut a lovely motif for the center of your Morning Star, Eleanor shows you how! Embellish your Lodgepole Pine Quilt with a scarlet red Cardinal to add flair. For the perfect Victorian Valentine, Eleanor teaches a paper pieced wall hanging My Crazy Valentine that lends itself to creative embellishment with machine stitchery, laces, and antique buttons.Rebirth of barren trees and frozen ground signals that spring is just around the corner. Flowers abound in buds and new growth. Eleanor presents Baskets and Bows and Twin Sisters quilts, perfect patterns to show off lovely floral fabrics. To complete the season, Gone Fishing is a whimsical quilt that incorporates piecing and easy applique. Just the quilt for that special little boy.Summer months deliver warm sunshine and dreams of lazy afternoons. Summer Porch and Pink Lemonade quilts fit the bill for pleasurable sewing. Summer Porch is delightful with flowered fabric and crisp lattice and cornerstones. What hot summer day would be complete without a Pink Lemonade

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