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Antique To Heirloom Jelly Roll Quilts: 12 Modern Quilt Patterns from Vintage Patchwork Quilt Designs [Paperback]

Pam Lintott , Nicky Lintott
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Aug. 20 2012
12 modern quilt patterns from vintage patchwork quilt designs. Bestselling quilt making authors Pam and Nicky Lintott take inspiration from their collection of antique English and American heirloom quilt designs – some of which are over 100 years old – and recreate them using pre-cut Jelly Roll fabrics. Each of the 12 quilt patterns comes with full colour styled photographs, comprehensive making instructions and quilting diagrams, and requires just one Jelly Roll to make. Antique to Heirloom Jelly Roll Quilts also includes all the basic quilting techniques you will need to know to teach you how to make jelly roll quilts, from using quilting tools and quilt rulers, to pressing and pinning your finished quilt top. You will also learn how to add straight borders and mitred borders to your quilt designs, and how to bind a quilt.

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Pam Lintott opened her shop, The Quilt Room, in 1981, which she still runs today, along with her daughter Nicky. Pam and Nicky are the authors of several bestselling quilt books, including the phenomenally successful Jelly Roll Quilts series. Pam lives in Cornwall, UK, and Nicky lives near Dorking, UK.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars July 14 2014
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I like the traditional quilts/old fashioned, some interesting designs in this book.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars July 13 2014
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Lots of inspiration.
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I can't say enough about Pam and Niki Lintott's books. I am a pre-cut junkie and their books are amazing.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Lintotts have another success Nov. 21 2012
By webster
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Antique to Heirloom Jelly Roll Quilts by Pam and Nicky Lintott is another well-put-together book by the mother and daughter team. The pictures are lovely and the instructions, as always, are clearly written and diagrammed. After reading the book I am inspired to try every one of the quilts!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Old Favorites Revitalized With Today's Fabrics and The Lintott Flair July 29 2012
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How many quilt books can you say this about: it has no new designs but it's a very good book? British mother/daughter authors Pam & Nicky Lintott accomplish exactly that with their latest book Antique to Heirloom Jelly Roll Quilts.

The Lintott design duo keeps close to tradition by offering classics such as chains, 9-patch and 16-patch, bowties, tumbling blocks, log cabins, and schoolhouses. What IS new is the use of jellyrolls to create each quilt top. For instance, the tumbling blocks pattern becomes a strippy quilt, and is much easier to piece as it does not employ Y-seams or partial seams. And the color schemes are lovely; they take nothing away from the antique originals yet add a fresh update employing the hues of today's best fabric collections.

I was pleased to see a "Special Tools" section in the Getting Started chapter. With so many new rulers coming out these days, it is good to know before buying any book if you also have to purchase a new ruler (or if you can substitute one you already own). To make half-square triangles and pyramid units, the Lintotts use Creative Grids Quilting Ruler Multi-Size 45 Degree / 90 Degree Triangle and Creative Grids Quilting Ruler Multi-Size 45 Degree / 90 Degree Triangle. Basically, these rulers create single half-square triangle (or pyramid) units from strips. You may well be able to substitute a ruler you already own if you know what you're doing and can end up with a pieced block identical in dimension to the Lintott's.

Just a word on terminology so that certain quilting book buyers are not disappointed. The term "modern" as used in the subtitle "12 Modern Quilt Patterns From Vintage Patchwork Quilt Designs" does not mean contemporary or abstract as in the quilting world's most recent definition of the term. Of late, "modern" has taken on the meaning of graphic, improvisational, interpretive, and/or "art quilt". THIS is not that type of modern, but if you want some examples of what IS modern, check out Quilting Modern: Techniques and Projects for Improvisational Quilts or Modern Patchwork: 12 Quilts to Take You Beyond the Basics.

But back to Antique to Heirloom ... If you are not already a fan of Pam & Nicky Lintotts's, Antique to Heirloom is a buy-worthy place to begin.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Once again- Pam & Nicky hit this one out of the park!!! Sept. 7 2012
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Once again, I am thrilled with a wonderful pattern book from Pam and Nicky Lintott. I am planning on making a 30's reproduction quilt with my daughter...the only problem? We are having a very difficult time deciding which pattern we like best! These take me back in time, and remind me of the quilts my Grandmother made. The instructions are wonderful, every single step of the way is explained so well, there are no questions about creating each and every quilt with ease. This book will be cherished, as are all my pattern books by Pam and Nicky!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Vintage quilts made easy Sept. 28 2012
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Love antique quilt and love working with Jelly Rolls and other pre-cuts, so this book, combining both, is a real winner. I have all of Pam and Nicky Lintott's books, but believe I like this one best!
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5.0 out of 5 stars I love this book May 16 2013
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I like how this book shows the antique version of the quilt and then the more modern version of the same quilt. The history of the quilts is also interesting.I started making the Ocean Waves pattern using the instructions provided, had already cut my fat quarters into strips and started cutting with the suggested rulers, only to realize that cutting 800 of this and 160 of that was going to take me forever. I purchased an Accuquilt Go! and the 2 inch finished half square triangle die and finished cutting out my quilt pieces. I realize I didn't follow the exact cutting directions, but the directions provided in the book were easy to follow, minus the odd typos/errors here and there. The finished quilt turned out just a beautiful as the one in the book and the recipient was thrilled. Currently making another of the same Ocean Waves pattern from the book.

None of the patterns in the book are new patterns, however the instructions are easy to follow and the resulting quilts are beautiful. They are easily made with precuts, yardage or scraps from your stash. I plan on making several of the quilts in the book and can't wait to start on them!
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5.0 out of 5 stars I loved how the book talked about the history of various designs and then how to make the quilt today. Feb. 28 2013
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The photography of the old and new quilts is beautiful and the piecing directions are clear. I would highly recommend this book.
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