Utility - Issue 20

The Utility issue of Curated Quilts focuses on quilts that are utilitarian in nature. The issue has a gallery full of inspiring quilts, three feature articles, a creative reset, two patterns, and more!

If you would like to also purchase previous issues, they are available for purchase here. Digital versions of previous issues are available for purchase here.

Table of Contents:

  • Utility Gallery
  • Meet Antique Quilt Crib Rescuer by Teresa Duryea Wong
  • Rebel without a Hue by Becky McNeill
  • Creative Reset:  Kawandi Quilts by Jennifer Strauser
  • Black Cotton by TaMara Howard
  • No More Anonymous Quiltmakers by Frances O’Roark Dowell
  • Curated Studio
  • Utility Mini Quilt Challenge
  • On Trend: Machine Bind Your Quilts Like a Pro by Sarah Goer
  • Form and Function by Sarah Chimblo
  • Back Porch by Karen Griska

96 pages, shipping 7/1/2022


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Customer Reviews

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Kat Brult
Utility quilts

I loved the utility quilts, especially the quilt made by Ginger Marshall, which featured mini quilts hung from utility poles - Very creative and such detail!

Irene Myers
Love the magazine!

I enjoy the magazine because of the different spins it takes on the art of quilting.

Kathy OBryan

Very well done!

Crystal Allan

Utility - Issue 20

Lynn H. Slotkin
Beautiful Magazines

I love the 2 magazines I purchased! They are joy to read and beautiful to look thru. My only problem was the very long delivery time. I can't fault that with Curated Quilts... and it takes nothing from the quality and content of the magazines.

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