Vintage Patchwork - A Dozen Small Projects from One Bundle of 10" Squares

by Pam Buda
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Create a dozen tiny treasures with ONE pack of 10"-square precut fabrics! No extra fabric needed (except for backing)--every last scrap is put to beautiful use. Stitch eight little quilts to hang on walls, display on tables, or tuck into baskets and nestle on bookshelves. Four petite pincushions will add a warm, cozy feel to even the smallest of spaces. Perfect for gift giving too!

Make projects one at a time or cut fabrics for all 12 projects at once for oodles of sewing fun--handy cutting diagrams included on a pullout sheet make it easy. A swatch guide provides a simple way to organize and plan where to use each 10" square.


by Pam Buda
8.375" x 10.875"
Format Description:
full color; softcover w/1 pullout pattern sheet
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Publication Date:
October 1st, 2018
I have not tried one of Pam's patterns but i do like the designs, I would like to get the book and try making the designs out of men's ties.
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Pam Buda

Pam Buda began her quiltmaking journey in 1997. Before long she was designing original quilts, and in 2004, began self-publishing her patterns under her company name, Heartspun Quilts. She loves traditional blocks and is inspired by her collection of nineteenth-century quilts.

Pam also has a love of early American history, and years of reading about what daily life was like for eighteenth- and nineteenth-century women allowed her to combine her two loves of history and quilting into her well-known Prairie Women's Sewing Circle Club, hosted by participating quilt shops since 2009. In 2011, Pam's love of historic fabrics led her to begin designing reproduction fabrics for Marcus Fabrics in her signature prairie style.

Pam also enjoys traveling. She presents lectures and workshops to guilds and at quilt shops, quilt shows, retreats, and on quilting cruises. She lives in a suburb of Chicago.

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