Projects

Here you will find patterns and instructions for a growing collection of larger and smaller projects. Some are presented in one piece, some in a series of several steps (especially for the larger and more complex projects, such as large bed quilts). We strive to offer projects for every taste and skill level. Tell us your preferences and we will do our best to adapt our future portfolio of projects to your wishes (info@quilt-around-the-world.com).

Happy Tree

We wish you and your families around the world a happy and peaceful holiday season and a healthy and creative New Year 2019!

As a little gift for you we've designed this free "Happy Tree" foundation paper piecing pattern to create some very personal greeting cards and use up at least some of your green fabric scraps from IBS4..;o)

Circles and Crescents

Circles and Crescents

Many of you have probably seen this quilt in Oakshott Fabrics' bright Ruby Red fabrics before, on our website, in the German Patchwork Magazine, on Pinterest or at the Oakshott Fabrics booth at the Festival of Quilts in Birmingham.

Bath Inspirations

Bath Inspirations

The name of our new wall hanging quilt project “Circles and Crescents” in various shades of red is our homage to the sunset in the famous spa town Bath in Somerset County in South West England...

Author: 
Anke B. Calzada; Jutta Hufnagel

The Hortus Conclusus Quilt

The Hortus Conclusus Quilt

The Hortus Conclusus quilt is a medallion style quilt with a traditional centre block motif called “The Castle Garden” surrounded by seven borders pieced from half-square triangles alternating with strip borders made up of fabric stripes of different widths..

Hortus Conclusus - The History and Symbolic Meaning of Enclosed “Secret” Gardens

Garden Gate

The name Hortus Conclusus, romantic title of our Hortus Conclusus Medaillon Quilt, is a Latin term an literally means “enclosed garden,” carefully laid out hidden sanctuaries which were often enclosed by fences, walls or impenetrable hedges protecting the privacy of their (noble) owners from the public or stray animals....

Author: 
Anke B. Calzada
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