31. Twisted Bargello by Chris Timmins (from Australia); Wall Hanging 41” x 55” or Double Quilt 74” x 94”; Using quick strip method. Chris Timmons' beautiful Twisted Bargello is a head-turner, no matter what color way it's done in. Pick a focus fabric and build from light to dark and back again. It's easier than it looks. Pattern includes wall hanging, or Double Quilt patterns.
1d. Bow Tucks Tote Designed by Penny Sturges; Quilts Illustrated. Everyone loves this bag! Perfectly sized for use as a tote or purse. One of our most popular designs. This bag has one outer pocket and pockets all the way around the inside. Approx. 11" tall x 13" wide x 5" deep. $9.00
34. Veranda Tote Designed by Penny Sturges; Quiltsillustrated, Inc., 2009. Description: Quilts Illustrated Veranda Tote Pattern- Is there room in your closet for one more tote? If there is, then why not give this one a try? Simple, with just the right amount of style and practicality, it may just become your go-to bag. Make it scrappy or not, the choice is yours. It has a little bit of ruffle embellishment on the exterior pockets, fabric handles, and has lots of interior pocket space in the lining. Fat quarter friendly. Finished size approximately 11 1/2"x 11"x 5". Includes instructions and diagrams. $8.00
53. Carolyn’s Garden; Honeysuckle by Serendipity Designs. The scent of early summer!! Honeysuckle is a delight to more than the eye. Contains fabric, floss, instructions, needle, and easy-to-read chart Framed size is 4 x 4 inches. Serendipity Designs Carolyn's Garden series by Carolyn Meacham.
65. Winter Elegance: A Rosalyn Watnemo Design (Hardanger embroidery kit with all materials included); Rainbow Gallery, 1998. (Finished size is 13 1/2" square done on Pale Blue 24 Ct. Congress Cloth using (3) cards Grandeur G914-Lite Antique Blue (3) cards Elegance E914-Lite Antique Blue, and (3) cards Elegance E899-Dark Ecru threads)
54. Hearts At My Fingertips; Vol. II Leaflet No. 28; Faye Kaye Stitcheries, 1988. (Heart-bordered designs suitable for not only the Fingertip Towels, but also for other cross-stitch accessories around the house.)
1a. ABC Flower Quilt Iron-On Sampler; patterns designed for Better Homes & Gardens by DMC Corporation; Finished Size 74” x 75”; Includes full-size patterns which can be traced with color & stitch suggestions. Each of the letters is worked separately. Also includes “iron-on” transfer set – no guarantee that they will transfer with iron due to age of patterns; Copyright by Meredith Corporation, 1985.
1b. Alice in Wonderland Quiltie; by Ruby McKim. 20 Designs originally published in 1924; #1 Alice Herself; #2 White Rabbit; #3 The Dodo; #4 The Duchess; #5 The cook; #6 The Cheshire Cat; #7 The Hatter; #8 The Queen; #9 The Mock Turtle; #10 The Gryphon; #11 The Knave of Hearts; #12 The King; #13 Tweedledum & Tweedledee; #14 The Walrus; #15 The Carpenter; #16 Humpty Dumpty; #17 The Lion; #18 The Unicorn; #19 The White Night; #20 The Kitten. These are “photo copies” of the original patterns. (21 pages) $10.00
1c. Alphabet Quilt – Vintage 1930’s Applique Pattern by Nancy Page. This is a “photo copy” of the original Alphabet Quilt patterns. The blocks are designed to fit on 6 1/2" blocks (with a finished size of 6".) Block Designs include: Apple; Bird; Cat; Doll; Elephant; Flower; Goose; House; Ice Cream Cone; Jack-in-the-Box; King; Lamp; Music; Numbers; Orange; Pail; Queen; Rabbit; Sail Boat; Tree; Umbrella; Violet; Windmill; and You (signature block). These squares will make up a 6 row x 4 down quilt. An optional replacement for You is the XYZ pattern which is included (this piece can be used as the 25th square if you'd like a 5 x 5 square quilt.) (26pages) $10.00
2. Charming Ideas from Patchwork & Pies; 1999. A group of patterns with ideas for making “Charm Quilts”. Patterns include; Charming Variation on Boston Common 67 x 67”; Shoo Fly Charm Quil6 60x68”; Barb’s Birthday Box 50” x 50”; Star Fair 85 x 103”; Miniature Pineapple 28 x 35”; Dresden Plate 35 x 49”; Cracker 65 x 86”; Marion’s Charm Quilt 56 x 56”; Charms in the corner 30 x 40”; & Two by Four 60 x 80”.
13. McKim Bedtime Quilt or Quaddie Quiltie; Designed Ruby McKim 1916; 20 blocks of outlined animals; #1 Danny Meadow Mouse; #2 Little Peter Rabbit; #3 Mrs. Peter Rabbi #4 Chipmunk; #5 Prickly Porkypine; #6 Hooty the Owl; #7 Mrs. Quack, #8 The Duck; #9 Noisy Samy Jay-bird; #9 Beaver?; #10 Grandpa Frog; #11 Paddy Beaver; #12 Spotty the Turtle; #13 Johnny Woodchuck; #14 Playing Possum; #15 Bobby Coon; #16 Jimmie Skunk; #17 Farmer Brown’s Boy; #18 Buster Bear; #19 Reddy Fox; #20 Striped Chipmunk (21 pages) $8.00
14. McKim Bird Life Quilt Pattern by Ruby Short McKim; This is a series of 24 “photo-copies” of the patterns originally published in the 1928 Kansas City Star Newspapers. Each pattern is of some favorite bird friend designed to fit into a 9-inch square of fabric. A special naturalistic color scheme is given for each. You will have no difficulty in embroidering them; the work is mostly outline stitch with some wings & ails blanket-stitched to make feathery edge. The twenty-four birds, running from the top and from left to right, are: Robin, jay, humming bird, wren, owl, dove, parrot, whippoorwill, woodpecker, oriole, swallow, blue bird, crow, chickadee, quail, cardinal, flamingo, stork, duck, kingfisher, eagle, pelican, penguin, and gull. You will receive a separate page for each pattern, complete with original printed instructions and a quilt layout diagram. (26 pages) $10.00
15. McKim Farm Life Quilt by Ruby Short McKim from 1930 Kansas City newspaper with 26 designs. These are “photo copies” of the original newspaper patterns. Each pattern is designed to be traced onto a 9” square of fabric. The designs can either be embroidered in simple outline stitch, or you can appliqué or paint them. With each design there are color suggestions. Patterns include: Farm House; Tractor; Old Apple Tree; Well Filled Barn; Faithful Dobbin (horse); Friendly Cow; Lamb or Sheep; Donkey; Pig in the Sty; Billy the Goat; Loyal Shep (dog); Family Cat; Struttin’ Rooster; Busy Hen; Goose in the Pond; Turkey; Barn Pigeons; Greedy Duck; Real Fishing (boy); Butter from the Churn; Farm Flowers (w/girl); Scarecrow; A Harvest Field; Old Oaken Bucket; Farm Music (Owl & Frog); Fence Border; & Farm Quilt Quilting Pattern. You will receive a separate page for each pattern, complete with original printed instructions and a quilt layout diagram. $10.00
15a. McKim Jolly Circus Quilt for the Children to Make by Ruby McKim; 1921. Two strips (30” x 7 ½”) of circus parade for top and bottom of the quilt and 12 (7 ½”) squares picturing the animals and acrobats; Clown; Seal; Tiger; Acrobat; Tiger?; Monkey Riding on Horse; Two Acrobats; Elephant; Monkey Riding Bike; Circus Master?; Skating Bear; Camel (13 pages include patterns for 12 blocks only; don’t have patterns for top & bottom circus border parade) Appeared In 1921, Woman's World presented her whimsical angular Jolly Circus Quilt. $8.00
16. McKim Flower Garden Quilt Patterns designed by Ruby Short McKim (well-known Depression Era quilt designer, artist, and author). Patterns consist of “photocopies” of 25 original 9" flower patterns artistically designed for embroidery or appliqué from the Sunday Journal Post; including color suggestions & special quilting designs for alternating plain blocks & Picket Fence Border Block. There is also a picture of the suggested layout of the patterns & alternating blocks. Patterns include: #1 Lilac, #2 Daffodil, #3 Tulip, #4 Iris, #5 Nasturtium, #6 Poppy, #7 Blue Bells or Canterbury Bells, #8 Rose, #9 Lilly of the valley, #10 Carnation, #11 Lantern pods, #12 Bleeding hearts, #13 Daisies, #14 Sweet peas, #15 Tiger lily, #16 Cosmos, #17 Water lilies, #18 Hollyhocks, #19 Geraniums, #20 Delphinium. #21 Vagabond rambler, #22 Petunia, #23 Zinnias, #24 Chrysanthemum, #25 Pansies, 26. Quilting Designs (for alternating blocks) & 27. The Patchwork Fence. You will receive a separate page for each pattern, complete with original printed instructions and a quilt layout diagram. $10.00
16a. McKim Mother Goose Quiltie by Ruby Short McKim; 20 designs published in 1916 with 9 ½” blocks: #1 Mother Goose Flying on Broomstick; #2 Old Woman in a Shoe; #3 Jack & Jill; #4 Old King Cole; #5 Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary; #6 Simple Simon; #7 Jack Sprat; #8 Little Miss Muffet; #9 Buy Baby Bunting; #10 Ride a Stick Horse to Banbury Cross; #11 Humpty Dumpty; #12 Jack be Nimble; #13 Little, Bo-Peep; #14 Three Wise Men of Gotham; #15 Old Mother Hubbard; #16 Rock-A-Bye Baby; #17 Little Boy Blue; #18 Queen of Hearts; #19 Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater, #20 Little Jack Horner (These are photo-copies of the original patterns) (21 pages) $10.00
16b. McKim Nursery Rhyme Quilt by Ruby Short McKim; 20 Designs published in 1922; 7 ½” blocks; #1 Mary Had a Little Lamb; #2 Cow Jumps Over the Moon; #3 See-Saw Margery Daw; #4 Old Woman Takes Broom in Hand to Clean Face of Luna; #5 Mystic Crook; #6 Barber Shaves Pig; #7 Pussy Cat Visits Queen; #8 Sing a Song of Sixpense; #9 Little Miss Went Up the Hill; #10 Tommy Tucker Sings for His Supper; #11 Tom the Piper’s Son; #12 Polly Put the Kettle On; #13 Ding Dong Bell, Pussy in the Well; #14 Simple Simon; #15 Three Blind Mice; #16 Taffy Was a Welshman; #17 Goosey, Goosey Gander; #18 Curly Locks, Curly Locks; #19 A Diller, A Dollar..Poky Scholar; #20 Blow Wind Blow..Mill & Miller (These are photo copies of the original patterns) (21 pages) $10.00
18a. McKim Rhyme Land Quilt by Ruby McKim appeared in “Free Press Prairie Farmer; 1935”; 28 Designs for 8 ½” blocks and alternating block for quilted duck; Name of rhyme appears on block; #1 See Saw Margery Daw; #2 Humpty Dumpty; #3 Mother Goose; #4 Wee Willie Winkie; #5 Barber, Shave a Pig; #6 Rock-a-Bye-Baby; #7 Banury Cross; #8 Bo Peep; #9 Tom, The Piper’s Son; #10 Hey Diddle-Diddle; #11 Bobby Shafto; #12 Mary Had a Little Lamb; #13 Rain, Go Away; #14 Polly Kettle; #15 Boy Blue; #16 Curly Locks, Curly Locks; #17 Mother Hubbard; #18 Miss Muffet; #19 Simple Simon; #20 Tommy Tucker; #21 Jack Be Nimble; #22 Baby Bunting; #23 King Cole; #24 Queen of Hearts; #25 Peter’s Wife #26 Twinkle Star; #27 Lucy Locket; #28 Jack Fell Down. (These are photo-copies of the original patterns) (30 pages) $14.00
19. McKim State Flower Quilt Patterns by Ruby Short McKim; These 4” x 6” patterns are “photocopies” of the patterns that were originally published in 1931 through a series of newspaper patterns in the Kansas City Star. There are 48 blocks in the entire series with a diagram of the completed quilt layout. "Instructions for making the quilt are very simple. These drawings are exact size to make into a quilt block on a smooth piece of muslin, 7 by 9 inches which allows for 1 ½” margins. Embroider in the naturalistic colors of the flowers, using the simple, well-known stitches such as outline, lazy-daisy, buttonhole and French knot. An ivory tone material, slightly darker than unbleached muslin, is even more effective than white for background as some of the flowers are to be embroidered in white." If you like to make redwork items, you will probably love working with these similar stitches, but in a rainbow of available colors. Color suggestions are given. You will receive a separate page for each pattern, complete with original printed instructions and a quilt layout diagram. (49 pages) $14.00
20. McKim Toy Shop Window Quilt by Ruby Short McKim from 1933 Kansas city newspaper with 13 designs. These are “photocopies” of the original newspaper articles. Each pattern is designed to be traced onto a 9” square of fabric. Directions for coloring and embroidering accompany each, the star quilting pattern is included for alternating blocks. Plan shown is a 45” x64” quilt with lattice strips cut 1 1/2” wide and an outside border of contrasting color cut 3” wide. Or, a wide border could be used to make a twin size quilt. Color suggestions are given. You will receive a separate page for each pattern, complete with original printed instructions and a quilt layout diagram. (15 pages) $8.00
20a. Memory Bouquet – Vintage Applique Quilt Pattern by Eveline Foland. This is a “photo copy” of this newspaper pattern, originally published in the 1930's in rural newspapers such as the Kansas City Star. The designs can be embroidered and/or appliquéd on 9” by 12” squares. Finished quilt measures 63" x 63". You will receive a copy of all 20 patterns which include color suggestions, quilt layout suggestion diagram, with an optional border design. Flowers include: 1. Iris; 2. Hollyhock; 3, Violet; 4. Tulip; 5. Bleeding Heart; 6. Canterbury Bell; 7. Holly; 8. Petunia; 9. Zinnia; 10. Morning Glory; 11. Double-Rose; 12. Lily of the Valley; 13. Cosmos; 14. Black-Eyed Susan; 15. Jonquil; 16. Geranium; 17. Wild Rose; 18. Primrose; 19. Hyacinth; & 20. Carnation; You will receive a clear copy of this pattern set, with the directions clearly re-typed so they are easy to read. (23 pages) $10.00
20b. Nancy Page 1930’s Laurel Wreath Quilt Patterns. The Nancy Page Quilt Laurel Wreath Quilt was originally published in the 1930's in a series of newspaper articles. This pattern set includes “photo copies” of the original flowers, birds and patterns as required by the wreath design and the leaf and scallop pattern to finish the set. Each square includes color suggestions. The finished top measures 90 inches in width and between 104 and 106 in length. To make it for a smaller bed, user fewer appliquéd blocks in the center panel, or alter your border sizes. The layout includes a sham or pillow panel. Included are: 20 Flowers:: Evening Primrose, False Jasmine, Bloodroot, Daffodil, Canterbury Bell, Crane's Bill, Fringed Gentian, Daisy, Morning Glory, Tulip, Harebell, Arrowhead, Marsh Marigold, Trillium, Violet, Rose, Houstonia, Mallow, Lily, Star Flower. 5 Birds:: Florida Jay, Hooded Warbler, Oven Bird, Cedar Waxwing, Hermit Thrush. The design calls for 25 appliquéd wreaths. (31 pages) $12.00
21. Nancy Page 1930’s Magic Vine Flower Pattern Series; (As seen on HGTV Simply Quilts with Alex Anderson) Appliquéd quilt patterns are “photo copies” of the original newspaper articles. There are 22 flower patterns used to make 4 vines. Each vine has 11 flowers. 1st and 3rd bouquet vines use same flowers; 2nd & 4th repeat each other. All of the blocks were copied directly from the original patterns that were clipped from the farm newspapers. Each flower block is 6” square. Patterns include: 1. Evening Primrose, 2. Leaf Pattern (also used for borders), 3. Arrowhead, 4. Phlox, 5. Purple Trillium Blossoms, 6. Blue-Eyed Grass, 7. Milkwort, 8. Downey Genetian, 9. False Beech Drop, 10. Bouncing Bet, 11. Morning Glory (has hand drawn picture), 12. Wild Rose, 13. Shooting Star, 14. Poppy, 15. Tulip, 16. Cosmos, 17. Bluebell, 18. Zinnia, 19. Pansy, 20. Tiger Lily, 21. Forget-Me-Not, 22. Nasturtium, 23. Yellow Buttercup. 24. Finishing Border-scalloped. Finished measurements are 90 X 108”; it could be made larger by enlarging the background blocks, the borders, or the leaf border around the outside. (25 pages) $12.00
21g. Nancy Page Quilt Club “Snowflake Quilt” by Florence LaGanke Patterns for embroidery or appliqué are “photo copies” of the original newspaper articles. There are 12 giant snowflake patterns designed for 15” squares. Snowdrift borders are included. Includes directions with diagram of embroidery stitches that may be used for the snowflakes. (23 pages) $10.00
21e. Nursery Rhyme Quilt Designed by C Mullen; This pattern was published in rural newspapers across America around 1931. One pattern was printed each week, and the reader would carefully cut and save each piece until they had a complete quilt set. These patterns were highly valued, many of them surviving for collectors and quilt historians of today. There are 25 designs, a quilting design and a quilt layout drawing. The blocks are designed to be embroidered on 9 inch muslin squares of fabric. Each design included a short poem and information about that weekly square. You complete the penny squares by: embroidery on the lines, using the simple stitches, such as outline, French knot, satin stitch, long and short and lazy-daisy. Many quilters recreate this pattern today! The pattern is suitable for coloring, painting, appliqué work, embroidery or a combination. You can choose redwork or bluework and make your quilt as simple or elaborate as you wish. Patterns include: #1 Mary, Quite Contrary; #2 Jack, Be Nimble; #3 Humpty Dumpty; #4 Little Bo-Peep; #5 Old Mother Hubbard; #6 Tom the Piper’s Son; #7 Little Jack Horner; #8 Ride a Cock-Horse; #9 Old Woman in the Shoe; #10 Sing a Song of Sixpense; #11 Old Woman in the Sky; #12 Cat and the Fiddler; #13 Mary Had a Little Lamb; #14 Little Tom Thumb; #15 Old King Cole; #16 Hickory, Dickory, Dock; #17 Little Miss Muffet; #18 Simple Simon; #19 Barber Shave the Pig; #20 Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater; #21 Pussy’s In the Well; #22 Cock Robin; #23 Little Boy Blue; #24 Rub-a-Dub-Dub; #25 Old Mother Goose. (These are photo-copies of the original patterns.) (27 pages) $12.00
21h. Nursery Rhyme Quilt printed in World Herald 1941; (21) 6 ½” blocks with nursery rhyme name on each block; These Quilt Block Patterns ran in the World-Herald, Omaha, Newspaper in 1940 to 1941. Each one was originally designed to be copied to carbon paper and transfered to your quilt block and simple to do with carbon paper. The first pattern gives all the fabric requirements and each pattern gives details on embroidery and finish. #1 Mary Had a Little Lamb; #2 Boy Blue; #3 Mistress Mary #4 Tom, Tom, #5 Humpty Dumpty; #6 Little Bo-Peep; #7 Tommy tucker; #8 Simple Simon; #9 Peter, Peter; #10 Ride a Cock Horse; #11 Mother Goose; #12 Hickory Dickory; #13 Wee Willie Winkie; #14 Jack Horner; #15 Sing a Song of Sixpense; #16 Jack & Kill; #17 Jack – Be Nimble; #18 Mother Hubbard; #19 Polly- Put the Kettle On; #20 See-Saw; #21 Miss Muffet; #22 How to Join the Blocks#23 Block Quilting Design with Bunny Rabbit & Elephant; #24 Border Quilting Design (25 pages) $12.00
29. Santa’s Parade Redwork Quilt; Designed by Eveline Foland. This historic collection includes the twelve blocks in a quilt series published in 1929 in the Kansas City Star Newspaper. The blocks are designed for outline embroidery, but could be accented with appliqué. This quilt pattern is perfect to use with that great tinted crayon method that is accented with embroidery work ~ or embroider the entire set of blocks. The twelve blocks in uniform size include: #1 The Old Woman in a Shoe; #2 The Dish That Ran Away With the Spoon; #3 Little Crystal, the Fairy of Santa’s Parade; #4 Old King Cole; #5 Punch & Judy; #6 Jack-In-The-Box; #7 Humpty Dumpty; #8 The Three Bears; #9 Three Men in a Tub; #10 Old Mother Goose; #11 Little Wooden Soldier; #12 Old Santa Himself (These are photo-copies of the original patterns) (13 pages) $8.00
63. Aunt Martha patterns (used) $1.00 each
#3753 Barnyard Happenings (chickens)
SOLD #3919 Denim Dan
1st picture is quilt I made
This is picture included with pattern
44. Winter Holly-Days; Design by Judith Hughes Marte; The Four Seasons Series; 1998 35” x 35” Poinsettias, holly & ribbons to grace your winter days. Easy Piecing – fusible appliqué. $7.00