Today's Quilter Magazine and Vintage Nine Patch Quilt Pattern

July 25, 2018

Vintage Nine Patch Quilt Pattern | Sharon Keightley Quitls

It's been a great mail day today! I have received my copy of the Today's Quilter Magazine (issue 38) with my Vintage Nine Patch quilt pattern inside. What a treat it is to see all the lovely pictures they have taken of my quilt. I love the way they display the quilts, the Today's Quilter Magazine is so full of beautiful quilts and patterns, great information and tutorials. They are also giving away with each magazine a free booklet about the 1718 Silk Patchwork Coverlet that will be displayed at the Birmingham show this year.

Read more about the Vintage Nine Patch quilt here and here. The Vintage Nine Patch quilt was so much fun to make, everything went together easily. I love how this quilt turned out, a pleasure from start to finish.

Vintage Nine Patch Quilt Pattern | Sharon Keightley Quitls

Vintage Nine Patch Quilt Pattern | Sharon Keightley Quilts

 

Today's Quilter Magazine | Sharon Keightley Quilts

Happy Stitching 

Sharon

 




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