Wildwood Way in AUSTRALIAN PATCHWORK & QUILTING Volume 27, No.4

Hello Friends, I am glad you are back for a visit.  For the past few years, I have the honor to have my designs featured in new publications every year. And this year, I have a first editorial feature in Australian Patchwork & Quilting!!  I am beyond excited that my Wildwood Way quilt is featured in their latest issue Volume 27, Number 4.

Being featured in Australian Patchwork & Quilting is extra special to me — because I remember flipping through the pages of the magazine at Rogers Sewing Center when I was a beginning quilter, and just marveled at the quilts featured in that magazine.  For those who are new to this blog, Rogers Sewing Center is my quilting mother ship where I made many sweet friends who have encouraged me greatly in my quilting journey.  So, if you are ever in northwest Arkansas, give Rogers Sewing Center a visit!  You will be so loved there.

Wildwood Way is made with RJR’s first digital print Wildwood Way fabrics!   Look up the fabrics at your local quilt shops the next time you go shopping because the prints are absolutely STUNNING!  Click here to take a look at the fabric swatches.  You can see in the following picture that my blocks take on an off-centered overall layout, and is made entirely with half-square triangle units. Think stash-busting! :-)

You might be able to find the magazine at your local quilt shops, or ask them to order a copy for you.  If not, pertinent information about the publication is provided below.

I have actually designed several quilts with the same fabric line, which I will share in a separate post.  I hope you have liked my first feature in Australian Patchwork & Quilting, and there will be more features to come, I think!

Meanwhile, curious mind would like to know what you do to stash-bust!  How often do you make half-square-triangles when you stash bust?

That’s all for now. I need to get back to sewing while everyone is still asleep…. till next time!


My 2017 Line-up


Editorial Feature

American Patchwork & Quilting (Jan/Feb 2017):  Close Quarters (Cover Quilt)

Australian Patchwork & Quilting (Volume 27, Number 4): Wildwood Way

Fons & Porter Easy Quilts (Summer 2017): Pound of Sugar (Cover Quilt)

Fons & Porter Easy Quilts (Summer 2017): Cozy Castles

McCall’s Quilting (May/June 2017): Village Square (Cover Quilt)

McCall’s Quilting (May/June 2017): County Fair

McCall’s Quilting (July/August 2017): Summer in Quebec

McCall’s Quilting (July/August 2017): Santa’s Tree Farm

McCall’s Quick Quilts (Feb/March 2017):  I’m Blue For You

McCall’s Quick Quilts (April/May 2017): Stamp Pad

Quiltmaker (May/June 2017): Highland Roses

Quiltmaker (July/August 2017):  Santa’s Crossing


Free-to-use Design

Jan 2017:  Stars and Stripes Forever (Hoffman Fabrics)

Jan 2017:  HOPE (Windham Fabrics)

Jan 2017:  Bleecker Street (Quilting Treasures)

Feb 2017: Sheeps and Peeps (Quilting Treasures)

Feb 2017: Smarty Cats (Windham Fabrics)

Feb 2017: Wildwood Way (RJR Fabrics)

March 2017: Hamilton (Windham Fabrics)

April 2017: Vines (Windham Fabrics)

April 2017: Storybook Flannel (Windham Fabrics)

April 2017: Monroe (Quilting Treasures)

May 2017:  Not Your Garden Variety (Quilting Treasures)

May 2017: Love My Hero (Quilting Treasures)

June 2017:  Flag Banner (Windham Fabrics)

10 thoughts on “Wildwood Way in AUSTRALIAN PATCHWORK & QUILTING Volume 27, No.4

  1. Such a lovely quilt, Wendy!!! I love stopping by Rogers Sewing Center!! I always get a hug from Dan and Rhonda!!!

  2. I’ve been on Windham’s website and cannot find “Cozy Castles” to purchase or download. I also cannot find a way to download “Sleeping Cats” which I absolutely love. I’m such a fan of your work and really would like to get both of these … especially Sleeping Cats for my daughter.

    Suggestions? Help?

    Rosemary Barron

  3. Those digital prints are beautiful. I really like your stash busting quilt. Congratulations on making Australian Patchwork and Quilting. I haven’t seen the magazine in years, but like you I always drooled over the amazing quilts.

  4. Congratulations, Wendy. It is a beautiful quilt and those fabrics are gorgeous. I’ll bet Rogers Sewing Center is thrilled to have been your beginning – a real feather in their cap!

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