It is such a wonderful magazine that I just had to share it with my quilting, stitchery and hooking friends. Here is the cover. See that cute Quilt hanger to the top left? The instructions are inside.
America's own Polly Minick even has a rug design inside. And a wonderful and colorful piece it is. She done us proud, right?
This is the cool mini quilt hanger pattern made out of a wire hanger (are they still around?) and with a little cardboard, glue and paint you've got an inexpensive primitive mini quilt hanger. Love this woolen bluebird pincushion for not only the primitive design but the colors. I'm thinking of making one and having a make do in something or on something....hmmm.
In this issue the photographers even visited several counties in Ohio, so as I was perusing the magazine wondered where those places were that Lauren visited. It mentions Walnut Creek Hotel, Lehmans, Kidron, Picket Fence Country shop, One Vintage Lane and more.
Lemme tell you that if I had a granddaughter I'd be making her this pillow. Actually I think it is cute as the dickens and would use her as an excuse to make it and keep it here for her. Look at the car and the camper...too cute. Hey..... hooked piece?This dresser scarf could easily be made into a cool rug hooking design and I liked the colors but the ruffle, which I like, might be a problem for me to figure out (maybe) in a hooked piece.Well what a cool bag and needle punch! The needle punch could easily be adapted into a primitive hooked mat too. The very last pages show credits as well as the remainder of the full size pattern inserts. And since I love this magazine so much if you'd be interested in checking out the possibility of subscribing or buying just one issue, here is the info. Just click and enlarge the picture for the info or for an email click HERE. And for the web site click HERE.
Have a great evening everyone and hope you enjoyed previewing the magazine.