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Wildwood Wander – StarMazed Quilt

Hi Makers! Is Lisa Jo of Neverlandstiches back to share with you an interesting new quilt made with a stunning new collection by Katherine Lenius, Wildwood Wander. Wildwood Wander is a fabric collection based on a walk through nature and the little treasures you might find along your walk such as rocks, seeds, leaves, birds,…

Emma – Quadrille Dance Quilt

Hi Makers! It Lisa Jo of Neverlandstitches back to share with you a new quilt made with a lovely new fabric collection. Emma was designed by Rachel Erickson of Citrus & Mint Designs The collection was inspired by the move Emma which was inspired by the novel by Jane Austen. This wonderful collection is a…

Sweet Picnic – Patio Quilt

Hi Makers! It’s Lisa Jo of Neverlandstiches and I am excited to share with you a quilt I made using the new collection, Sweet Picnic designed by Natalia Juan Abello. Sweet Picnic is reminiscent of of English countryside picnic. It has wonderful color palette of berry, lilac, poppy, daffodil, blush, and sky. The prints include…

Christmas Village – Crossed Stars

Hi Makers! It’s Lisa Jo of Neverlandstitches back again and ready to start my Christmas sewing a little bit early. I had the privilege of being able to work with Katherine Lenius’ new Christmas collection, Christmas Village. Christmas village is based on Katherine’s memory of helping set the her mom’s little magical Christmas Village and…

Picadilly – Cap’s New Shield

Hi Makers! Is Lisa Jo of Neverlandstiches back to share with you a fun new collection from Amanda Castor of Material Girl Quilts. Picadilly celebrates summer in America and is named after Amanda’s father’s home on Picadilly Court in Indiana. The collection is of course red, white and blue. It features bandana type prints, gingham,…

On The Wind – Box Kites Quilt

Hi Makers! It’s Lisa Jo from Neverlandstitches, back again to share a new memory and quilt with you. March always makes me think of going with my dad to buy a kite at the toy store next to my grandfather’s Pharmacy, assembling it and then flying it on our street. The trees were much smaller…

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