Mother’s Medallion E-Book

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This is the Colorado sister’s version of Mother’s Medallion.

Mother’s Medallion e-book can be yours!

Click here to purchase and download.

It’s a teaching tool with about a dozen different techniques and lessons included in the rows and the center medallion.

It’s just what you need for teaching yourself new quilting tricks – or for teaching others in a set of classes or guild workshops.

Shop owners and guild leaders are welcome to contact us about wholesale cost when purchasing for their groups.

Eight unique rows make up the coordinated whole. The beauty of this variety is that if one row isn’t your favorite technique, you only have to make 5 blocks before moving on to something you like better!

On the other hand, if you really like a technique, there are other Mother’s Medallion projects that you can make. Find them HERE.

You will find two options for the center medallion:

a posy: Ribbon Embroidery and Crazy Quilting or …

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a basket: Dresden Plate and English paper piecing,

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Dimensional Flowers,

dimensional flowers

Let your creativity run wild!

Tumbling Spools: 1/2 square triangles (an easy way to start),

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Pansies: foundation paper piecing,

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Roses: log cabin piecing,

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Tulips: stained glass,

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Hands All Around: inset seam or Y-seam,

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Sisters’ Choice: nesting seams,

sisters stamp

Road Home: strip piecing and resizing a pattern,

road home stamp

Grandmother’s Star: alternate block arrangement, setting variations,

star stamp

and a Scalloped Border.

scalloped border

This is a lesson you don’t want to miss!

 

The Mother’s Medallion e-book comes to you with full-sized patterns, color diagrams, clear instructions and links to additional resources to help you stitch this beauty – all in a simple PDF file.

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Here’s a sample page

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Sample page

Click here to purchase and download.

If you are unsure of a technique, you can make a smaller project to audition the technique in question. See the individual Mother’s Medallion projects featuring the blocks from the quilt HERE.

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