After a cold winter snuggled under layers of warm quilts, the spring thaw provides a chance to freshen up handmade quilts by airing them on a clothesline. Immerse yourself in the beauty of a pair of quilts waving in the wind on a picturesque country day. A 1000-piece puzzle from Martingale is just the right challenge for many hours of activity.
About the image: Quilts by Sherri L. McConnell and Corey Yoder from their pattern book Sunday Best Quilts.
- 1000 interlocking pieces
- Manufactured from premium quality, eco-friendly, recycled cardboard and nontoxic ink
- A precise cut ensures thick, sturdy pieces fit together soundly with minimal puzzle dust in box
- Mini poster of image for reference
- Completed puzzle: 29.5" × 19.7"
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Sherri L. McConnell
I was not going to be a quilter. My grandmother was a quilter, and she cut up perfectly good fabrics just to sew them back together. She hand quilted in the evenings with her stand-up frame and her lap frame. She made quilts, wall hangings, place mats, and table runners. And she gifted many lovely things to me and her other family members.
But because of her, and with her help, I made my very first quilt. Over the years, I found more and more time to sew. I also discovered the wide world of quilting blogs with inspiration at my fingertips. And I met the most wonderful and amazing people who love quilting as I do, as my grandmother did, and as her grandmothers did before her.
I am a quilter! I'm thankful for the encouragement and support of both my family members and the quilting community that I know online and in real life. Happy quilting!Visit Sherri's website
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Corey Yoder grew up in and still resides in a small Amish community in Ohio. She comes from a line of quilters and has been surrounded by quilts and fabric her entire life. She began designing quilts in 2010, and her work has since been featured in many quilting magazines and books. She is a designer for Moda Fabrics and the owner of a quilt-pattern business, Coriander Quilts. The comment she hears most about her fabric designs is, "Your fabrics make me feel happy." She wholeheartedly embraces the idea that quilts and fabric should always bring joy and spread love.Contact Corey Yoder
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