Here at Fat Quarterly, we strive to include projects and patterns for all skill levels in each and every issue. The Scrappy Squares quilt, designed and made by One Shabby Chick herself, Amber Carrillo, is a perfect example of a beginner-friendly project that also has great appeal for more advanced quilters looking for a quick project. Scrappy Squares, along with many more original project ideas, is included in issue 9, our kids & teens issue — now available for purchase!
We wrap up our week of sneak peeks into Fat Quarterly’s 9th issue — our kids & teens issue — with a look at our first ever quilt pattern perfect for twins. This duo of tween-friendly quilts was made by John (a father of twins, natch), and features the mysterious and magical new Nightshade fabric line by Tula Pink for Free Spirit Fabrics.
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We hope you’re enjoying all of the sneak peeks at the various projects that you’ll only find inside the pages of Fat Quarterly Issue 9 — our kids & teens issue! Katy’s contribution to issue 9 is a fantastic quilt she’s named “Many Hands”, and she made it from this lovely stack of fabrics from Laurie Wisbrun‘s new line for Robert Kaufman Fabrics, so appropriately called Brr!
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We can’t wait to hear what you think of issue 9!
We’re so excited to share the fun Sleepy Friends project with you today! Designed by our friend Jessica from the jmbmommy blog, this adorable pillow is a perfect fit in issue 9, our kids & teens issue, currently available to our fabulous subscribers.
Issue 9 will be available for single issue purchase shortly!
Issue 9 has started arriving in our subscribers’ inboxes! In this issue, our kids & teens issue, you’ll find wonderful sewing and quilting projects that you can complete both for — and with — the children in your lives. The quilt shown above, Scattered Straws, is one great example
of a more teen-focused project. Scattered Straws was designed and made by Jane Davidson (aka Quiltjane to her blog readers and Twitter followers!) Jane lovingly donated this quilt to Project Linus, which we cover extensively in this issue.
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Here’s another brand new, original quilt pattern that you’ll only find in issue 9 of Fat Quarterly — our kids & teens issue! This fun project is called The Home Stretch and was designed by our very own Tacha Bruecher. It’s a fabulous and versatile pattern that is perfect for both boys and girls, and would be equally stunning with a dark background as it is with a white one. What fabrics would you use to make yours?
Issue 9 of Fat Quarterly is being sent to our subscribers as we speak, and will be available for single issue purchase later this week. We can’t wait to hear what you think about it!
After what seems like the shortest duration between issues, we’re pleased to release our 9th issue this week. This time, we’ve turned our focus to one of our very favorite subjects: kids! Issue 9 is all about sewing both for and with the children in our lives,
and is chock full of all-new original sewing patterns and projects, features and articles (including an extensive look at ideas for Project Linus quilts), book reviews, our Designer’s Challenge, and much more from the talented members of the Fat Quarterly community.
The above is a sneak peek at Springtime Hues, a quilt pattern by Elizabeth Dackson of Don’t Call Me Betsy and featuring the Modern Whimsy line by Laurie Wisbrun for Robert Kaufman fabrics. We’ll be bringing more sneak peeks throughout the week.
Fat Quarterly subscribers will begin receiving their copies of Issue 9 shortly, and it will be released for single issue purchase later this week.