Precut Primer 4th Grade

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  1. Cathy says:

    What a lovely book.

  2. Kathy h says:

    I am always looking for some great patterns for those precuts that I keep buying. Looks like a fun book.

  3. BARBARA says:

    This looks a lovely book; for me, the white backgrounds make for a very fresh looking creation.

  4. Laura says:

    I feel exactly the same way as your daughter! I have already collected the fabric for the 8th grade quilt (just have to wait for yardage for the border – so lucky to win a layer cake of your gorgeous fabric!), the 9th grade quilt, the 11th grade quilt, the 7th grade quilt… Those are just the ones I have collected fabric for!! I’d encourage anyone to take a look at this book if they haven’t already!

  5. Vicky says:

    I’m thinking this book is going to be ordered very shortly. I am loving these quilts already. Love the fabrics you used. Gorgeous quilt.

  6. Portia says:

    Love the book….and your 4th grade quilt is great. It’s beautiful.

  7. Sheri Whiteley says:

    I love love the 11th grade pattern how different fabric were used to make the design. This has to be one I make I haven’t seen something that’s caught my eye in a few years. I will be getting this book thank you for sharing such beautiful book. I’m always open for prizes

  8. Susan says:

    So cute that your daughter marked so many pattern choices. I have to agree too. So many great patterns in this book!

  9. Judy B says:

    I have many precuts in all different sizes and saw many quilts in the book that I would like to do.

  10. Lori Smanski says:

    this is very pretty. your little princess has a good eye. A quilter in the making?

  11. Kathleen O'Grady says:

    Really love the quilt that you made. great colors!! I think I need to get this book.

  12. Jeanne says:

    I love the clothespins!! We use stickies. This book is looking better and better.

  13. Carol Carnes says:

    Love this quilt, but have a hard time deciding on which I like the best so far, I will have to get book also.

  14. Mary says:

    I love your interpretation of the pattern. The wavy line quilting really sets it off.

  15. Mary says:

    I saw this book at my LQS yesterday and it looked wonderful. Love your quilt.

  16. Carol Sc says:

    I am having a tough time deciding which quilt I want to make first! I rarely see so many in a single book that grab my attention. It doesn’t hurt that we don’t have to do so much cutting either.

  17. Tamie says:

    Love your quilt. Looks like a great book.

  18. EllenB says:

    Whenever I see this book, I see more that I want to make, so I guess I’d start in first grade and go from there!

  19. Darlene B says:

    Elonie seems to be like me – there’s not many quilt patterns that I don’t like! Hopefully she’ll grow up to be a quilter and make all these patterns into quilts 🙂

  20. Anita Carol Gambrell says:

    First my favorite was four now it nine oh my goodness probably just need the book!

  21. Gloria says:

    I am enjoying all the peeks at the quilts.

    Yours is lovely in the fabrics you chose.

  22. Rochelle says:

    I really like your daughter’s idea of the clothespins. Can’t lose a page you marked. Your quilt is darling and happens to be my favorite pattern in the book….which is on my list of books to get (hopefully for Christmas, if not during the blog hop)!!

  23. Cecilia says:

    This looks like a great book! I can hardly wait to make some of these quilts!

  24. Sherry says:

    I love using pre-cuts and this looks like a book that would be fun to use. The clothespins on the book is so funny. I will have to put this book on my wishlist.

  25. Margaret Parks says:

    Love precuts of all sizes so this book looks like a winner!

    cheers
    maggie

  26. Kathy E. says:

    Beautiful! I taught 4th grade for many years and always loved the personality of kids in that stage of life. I really like your wavy quilting pattern and this inspires me to think I may be able to replicate it! I have so much trouble with FMQ, but this one I think I can handle. thanks!

    • Corey says:

      The wavy line quilting is so easy. On my machine it’s stitch #4–I have a Bernina. It’s basically a zig zag stitch with an extra stitch at the point. I adjust the settings to widen it and use my walking foot. At that point, it’s basically the same as straight line quilting. Fun & easy!

  27. Cecilia says:

    Cute! All of the quilts in this book look great. Thanks for sharing.

  28. Linda Webster says:

    Your daughter is a future quilter!

  29. Deb F says:

    Your fourth grade quilt is lovely.

  30. carol nelms says:

    I think I love this book, and like the quilt you made, the book is already on my Christmas list.

  31. Sally Dixon says:

    What a pretty fabric line! Autumn Woods. I haven’t seen that fabric before. Beautiful quilt!

  32. kshackabq says:

    Good job, Corey. Love the autumn look to it!

  33. Kathleen says:

    Love how you quilted this. I’m anxious to try this stitch on a quilt, someday soon!

  34. Sandy A in St. Louis says:

    The more I see of this book the more I want it! Love the 4th grade quilt and

  35. Cheryl M says:

    Definitely 11th grade

  36. Melissa Smith says:

    I love how your 4th grade quilt turned out!

  37. Lori Morton says:

    My book would have lots of clothespins marking favorites too!! lol They are all so pretty! Definitely love the 11th Grade one! I have some old vintage sheets..hadn’t thought to use them tho! Thanks for the idea! 🙂

  38. Helen LeBrett says:

    Cute quilt, and I love your daughter’s clothespin bookmarks!! Looks like you’ll be doing a bit of sewing from the book! 🙂

  39. Debra - Outback Crafter says:

    Your quilt looks great. The wavy quilting very effective.

    I like your daughter’s marking system. Maybe a simple “the whole book” would have been a good choice too.

  40. Deborah says:

    Definitely love this book! Would love to make a quilt for each of our grandkids this year for their birthdays, coordinating with the grade each is in! Or Christmas? How fun!

  41. Dorothy Schreyer says:

    I can’t wait to get the book; love your soft colors for your quilt. I see a new project on my list!

  42. Julie B says:

    The book looks like a winner! thanks for the chance to win.

  43. Every pattern I see in the book looks so fun to make!

  44. jmniffer says:

    What a super project. This book looks like a wonderful addition to my quilters resource bookshelf. Thanks for sharing.

  45. carol m says:

    I love your quilt and its wavy line quilting! I will put it on my list of things I want to try!

  46. Joy says:

    My favorite pre-cut are jellies rolls. The are so many wonderful patterns (and new books!) that use them that I never have to worry about finding my next pattern to make…it is just deciding which pattern to make.

    I don’t have kids but live very close to the local high schools – back to school means band practice and half time shows…I can’t see them, but I can hear them. Those kids are pretty good!

  47. Phyllis Latham says:

    Looks like a great book. Will definitely be on my acquire asap list.

  48. Marianne says:

    I agree, this looks like a great book and being as I have quite the pile of precuts it’s definitely on my shopping list!

  49. Lizzie says:

    Love this book. I will have to find it in “real” life to feel how it is! The clothespins were cute:)!!

  50. Amanda says:

    Love your quilt! And I agree, this book is looking fantastic from all that I’ve seen so far.

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