Spring 2015 Digital Download

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Receive immediate download-delivery of this beautiful issue of Primitive Quilts and Projects!  You'll be presented with the download link on your order confirmation page - it's that easy!  You can also log into our website and access your complete order history with downloads.

In this Issue:

Bird Song Silhouette by Ali Strebel


Garden Walk by Becky Jorgenson


Mi Amor by Darci Schipnewski


What a Dish by Dawn Cornell


Nostalgia in Bloom by Ines Fernandez and Marta Rodrigez


Spring Break by Jan Patek


Traditional Twist by Julie Hendricksen


Noah and Friends by Kaaren Johnston


Cabin Fever by Karen Bates


Over the Top by Kay Harmon


Basket of Blessings by Lori DeJarnatt


On a Roll by Michelle Joyner


The Colors of Coxcomb by Missie Carpenter


Bunting, Sheep and Flower Pot Quilt by Nancy Conn


Birds of a Feather by Norma Whaley


Spring has Sprung by Stacy West


Grandma’s Spring Basket by Tonya Robey


Hollyhock Promenade by Yvonne Buus


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  • 5
    Spring 2015 Digital Download

    Posted by Pamela F on Jul 1st 2018

    Lots of great projects in this issue and I can store them on my computer instead of taking up valuable space in my sewing room.

  • 5
    Spring 2015 digital download

    Posted by Karen on Jan 27th 2017

    Had to have this due to the Noah & Friends, was very pleased with several of the other projects also. I hesitated as I don't see well anymore, but if this works out I will be back to purchase more. Thank you for such lovely projects, pictures and readable patterns. Sincerely Karen

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    review spring 2015

    Posted by Theresa on Dec 9th 2016

    Love having access to primitive textile inspirations such as this magazine. Unfortunately not popular where I live so access to this magazine a must. Love having access to downloadable products since shipping is so expensive plus I can get right to work. (and no dusty magazines taking up valuable fabric space). The only thing that I would like to see improved is the communication in the description of each issue if a project is segmented between issues so that I might order all of them up front. Over all good value for money spent.