Perfect for Precuts

Better Homes and Gardens Special Interest Publications has done it again.
Perfect for Precuts is their newest “bookazine” and it is filled with moda. imagine that?!
Some iconic quilt designers along with a few new kids on the block have used precuts to create projects including tote bags, quilts, throws, baby quilts, place mats and more.
Here is the line up of talented designers with a project in this issue.
(you will have to take a look at the issue to see the actual projects)
Flower Show by Bill Kerr and Weeks Ringle of http://www.funquilts.com/
Hot Tamale by Emily Owens of Tessuti Zoo http://www.tessutizoo.com/
Lincoln’s Platform by Amy Walsh of Blue Underground Studios http://www.blueundergroundstudios.com/
Mixed Bouquet by Mabeth Oxenreider
It’s a Wrap by Tari Colby
Star Power by The gals at Buggy Barn http://www.buggybarnquilts.com/
Optical Illusion by Alison Jane Smith http://www.plaidsandprints.com/
B.Y.O.P. by Emily Herrick of Crazy Old Ladies http://www.crazyoldladiesquilts.blogspot.com/
A Place for Everything by Julie Herman http://www.jaybirdquilts.com/
Bird’s Eye View by Cherry Delight
the Main Event by Kathie Holland
Daisy Duo and Rough Around the Edges by Lynne Hagmeier of Kansas Troubles http://www.ktquilts.com/
Linked Together by Monique Dillard of Open Gate Quilts http://www.opengatequilts.com/
On a Roll by Marti Michell http://www.frommarti.com/
Fly into Spring by Eleanor Burns of Quilt in a Day http://www.quiltinaday.com/
Mini Make Do by Debra L. Roberts of the Quilted Moose http://www.quiltedmooseonline.com/
Bay Breeze by Monica Solorio-Snow of Happy Zombie http://www.thehappyzombie.com/
Friendship Album by Jo Morton http://www.jomortonquilts.com/
Sweet & Simple by Brenda Hawkes of Basic Grey http://www.basicgrey.com/
And last but certainly not least is Anna Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts.
Yes, the talent runs in the family. Edyta’s daughter, Anna has a layer cake quilt featured.
Sew Easy by Anna Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts http://www.laundrybasketquilts.com/
(see issue for pictures of the projects)
Plan some fun summer classes from this issue.
Debbie Outlaw’s grand daughter was even eyeing some of the projects.
(thank you to both “Outlaws” for modeling for me)
You may order this publication for your store by emailing apq2@meredith.com
or by calling 866-378-1064.
Sewline is featured in the publication,  so have plenty on hand for demos.
Perfect for Precuts will be on bookshelves through August.
Moda’s newest designer Lily Ashbury is
also featured. Her line Summer House will be in stores July. See your sales
rep to order the collection.
Fantastic Christmas line up this year. Take preorders for
Christmas bundles in stores in May and June.
Looking for more precut designs to use in classes and demos, check out
http://www.modabakeshop.com/ for online tutorials.
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9 comments on “Perfect for Precuts

  1. Shelley says:

    I have see this mag and OMG it is so “got to have it”!!! This will definitely be my project book for the next 6 months LOL! I love the new Summer House line! 🙂

  2. Thanks for posting about this Lissa! It is a great issue & I’m happy to be featured in it!

  3. Camille says:

    Hey, those pics look familiar! And what babes those outlaws are.

  4. CJ says:

    I am on the look-out for this one. No sightings in this podunk town yet.

  5. happy zombie says:

    Another awesome publication from Better Homes & Gardens – a really good Rx for pre-cut fever!

  6. I just bought this wonderful publication at my local quilt shop!
    I love it! I’m a big fan of precuts and MODA!

  7. Louise says:

    I bought his publication yesterday and love the quilts in it. I am wondering if you have kits for any of the quilts? If not, how can I find a list of the fabric in the “Hot Tamale” quilt?

    Thanks.

  8. Helen says:

    Please help me find a list of the Hot Tamale fabrics. The ones on the website are the valentine fabrics.
    I LOVE this throw and would especially like to use the purple sashing fabric.
    Many Thanks Again,
    Helen

  9. Sue says:

    I would like to find the charm pack or the fabric used to make the mini Make-Do on page 95. I have contacted Debra Roberts, but she didn’t know that she her name was even in the magazine. I have searched many pages of charm packs and cannot find anything like this.

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