Book Giveaway! Quilting the New Classics

I’m so excited today to giveaway a copy of Quilting The New Classics by my good friend Michele Muska.  This book looks at 20 traditional quilt patterns, like the Dresden Plate, Bear Paw, Log Cabin and more and asks some of today’s most influential quilt artists to create their modern interpretations.


Here you can see how the book is arranged to showcase both the vintage and modern interpretations of designs, in this case, the Double Wedding Ring. In each chapter, you not only get patterns for both a traditional and modern version of the each design, but also some historical inspiration.


Muska_CH1_Ring_P5-2web Muska_CH1_Ring_P5-3web Muska_CH1_Ring_P5-4webA lot of the patterns we design at Indygo Junction are vintage designs reinterpreted for a modern look, so I loved the idea of looking at quilts the same way. The designers featured in the book are some of today’s more amazing quilt artists like Victoria Findlay Wolfe, Jacquie Geiring and Amy Smart. Hop over here to see what each designer had to say about their project on the Quilting the New Classics book tour.

I think you will love this book as much as I do – and so I want to give away a copy! Enter below through Rafflecopter for a chance to win this great book. Good Luck!
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17 Responses to “Book Giveaway! Quilting the New Classics”

  1. Barb Glasscoe May 6, 2015 at 10:35 pm

    looks interesting!

  2. Debra GHarrell's May 6, 2015 at 3:53 pm

    A lot of fresh ideas on old classics!

  3. This book looks so interesting.

  4. Would love to win–I’m really liking the modern quilt look.

  5. Sarah Lee Norman May 6, 2015 at 1:26 am

    Love the traditional quilt patterns. The idea of approaching the classic designs in a fresh new way intrigues me. Definitely will look the book up in the local stores. Never know what will come on this path… one idea leads to another!

  6. What a great book! Would love to win!

  7. Great book! Blends the old with the new!

  8. Lovely patterns in a new and fresh look.

  9. Looks like a fabulous book!

  10. Leanna Morris May 5, 2015 at 8:54 am

    Sounds like an interesting book. Would love to win it!

  11. I am a beginning quilter, working on my second quilt now, this book would be a great help on my new journey.

  12. Interesting looking book.

  13. That looks like a really nice book to have! Love the modern DWR.

  14. Carol Sharman May 4, 2015 at 12:49 pm

    I’m always interested in seeing how people adapt traditional patterns to express their creativity.

  15. This looks like another great ideas book.

  16. I like traditional quilts and am looking forward to seeing what kind of modernizing folks have done / can do with them.

  17. Christina Gonzalez April 30, 2015 at 12:08 pm

    I would love to win. I plan to sew a quilt for my bed soon. Thank you for the opportunity.

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