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Simply Vintage #28

2018 Fall issue






Trip Journal – Ohio Trip
Meet Trip to Teddy Bear Land


Pumpkin Blooms designed and made by Tracy Souza for Plumcute Designs
Renaissance designed and made by Sara Vermeulen
Autumn Thread designed and made by Séverine Deguerville
Mazaï bag designed and made by Blandine Delépine for le P’tit Bûcheron
Autumn Fields designed and made by Phyllis Meiringdfor In the Patch Design
The French Pochette designed and made by Annabelle Edwards for Henrietta Foxley Design
Simplicité designed and made by Anne-Marie Saudo
Cinderella’s Pumpkins designed and quilted by Karen Walker made by Gayle Lacey for Laugh Yourself into Stitches
Love to quilt designed and made by Emily Hardwig for Red Button Quilt Co.
Hen House Pillow & Wildfl ower Designed by Edyta Sitar for Laundry Basket Quilts
Théodule designed and made by Sandra Maréchal for L’île à Mousse
Orphan Blocks designed, made and quilted by Lisa DeBee Schiller
Me Time designed, made and quilted by Els Feteris for Bobbin
Simply Pinwheels designed and made by Dolores Smith for Timeworn Toolbox Designs.
Quilted by Heart to Heart Quilting
Autumn Jar Cozy designed and made by Juli Shogan for As the Crow Flies
Blueberry Pickin’ designed and made by Nancee Ariagno for The Cooperage
Trio d’automne designed and made by Annick Delépine
Garden Cat designed and made by Darlene Sabo for Olympic Wool Works
Collection de jouets anciens made by Valérie Briot Schmidt for Quilt N Wood
Manor House Mystery Quilt – Part 3 designed and made by Dawn Heese for Linen Closet Designs


SIMPLY Vintage is a seasonal magazine dedicated to vintage and country style. Featured with each issue are exhibits, articles about new artists and 20+ projects using various techniques ranging from punch needle, rug hooking, embroidery, to felted wool.



Some errors in the pattern instructions for the quilt « Simply Pinwheels », published in our Simply Vintage N°28 Autumn issue have been detected. The corrections are as follows:


Diagram #1

For fabrics #14* and #8: 4 squares measuring 9.2 cm² (3 ½ in²), cut in two along their diagonal so as to obtain 20 A triangles for each.


*Fabric #14 NOT #4.


Diagram #8

4 Q pieces NOT O pieces.

For both of the #11 blocks, make 4 #5 units by assembling 1 J triangle and 1 Q piece from the other fabric.

Assemble to make the block #11.


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