Monday, April 18, 2011

Hollyhock Quilts Featured In....

Over the years, my quilts have been featured in some magazines and books.  I just thought I'd take a little trip down memory lane and show a few to you!  Many of these will be patterns online in the near future.  I've got a few more things scheduled to come out this year and I'll add them as they arrive.  Enjoy!

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McCalls April 2006 - Crazy for Rickrack 



Fons and Porter's Love of Quilting May 2006 - May Baskets



AQS Spring 2006 - Rickrack Garden



Designers' Quarters Spring 2007 - Magic Stars



McCalls Quick Quilts Jan 2008 - Sugar & Spice Delight



McCalls Fast Quilts Sept 2008 - Lattice Garden



Fast Favorites from McCalls Book 2009 also featured Lattice Garden


Sensational Small Quilts Book 2010 - Strippin' In the Garden



American Patchwork & Quilting 2012 Calendar - April

Tulip Festival






13 comments:

Stephanie said...

You sure do get around. :o) I love rick rack anything! Sugar and Spice is so darn cute with the kitty in the stocking. I always look forward to projects you have to share.

Karen said...

Congrats! I have your book (Sugar Sack Quilts) and was looking through it yesterday to see what I'll make next (just for me)! Love how you use rick-rack...I'll definitely be using that more.

Karen

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Wow great patterns! I only have one of the magazines. The one from AQS. But I love the basket quilt.

Melissa S. said...

I LOVE that bottom one. For all the "quick quilts" none of those look too easy -- my favorite kind! :)

donna said...

Your patterns are wonderful. I have just about all of them. One of your patterns is on my to do list this year.
Hugs
donna

Catskill Quilter said...

Boy,. Glenna! I am glad that you showed us all of your publications! Designing quilts for magazines has long been a goal of mine, and you have my sincere CONGRATS for your many accomplishments! I always enjoy reading your blog!

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

You know I have some of those patterns in and out of the magazine. In fact I have most of them. I've been a fan for so many years. I'm so glad we could meet in person last year. I'm sure we will again.

Cathy said...

Wonderful quilts. I have some of those magazines. Now I'm going to have to find the others. Hugs

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Glenna, this was before I knew you but I have a few of those magazines with your quilts earmarked. May Baskets and I love lattice garden. How fun and proud you must be! Thank you for sharing!

pinkquilter said...

I have spent my whole lunch seaching for the Mc Calls magazine that has crazy for rick rack! I have to have that pattern. Its not listed on your ebay or etsy places. Can you help me? Please!!!! I have found you because of Lori Holt- Bee in my bonnet! I will start watching your post I love what you do! But I have flipped over that pattern!! Please please help and quilt additct with an pattern she has to have !!! Needing a fix in texas!! Your new fan! Tammie

Sherri said...

It was so fun to see this history! Love them all!

Gmama Jane said...

I'm quite impressed!! I like your designs and color palates. I don't think I've recognized your work before but I'm glad to have discovered your blog. I adore quilting and now that I'm finally retired from a 30+ yr. teaching career, I hope to be more prolific in my quilting.
Blessings
Gmama Jane
http://grandmamasstories.blogspot.com

KarenQuilt said...

I enjoyed discovering your post about your magazine articles on contemporary Rick-Rack quilts and have added them to my quilt history file. I know the Amish would not be allowed to use something like Rick-Rack, but if you look at the photos on pages 65, 101, 127 and 133 in Antique Ohio Amish Quilts: The Darwin D. Bearley Collection, their use of the zig-zag borders looks startling like Rick-Rack. And all the quilts on these four pages were made between 1906 and 1930. Pretty amazing. (The book was published in 2006 in three langauges by Bernina.) Stop by and visit my Quit Hisory Reports blog sometime. Cheers! Karen A. karenquilt@blogpsot.com