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).

Jacobi Rose Cushion

Jacobi Rose Cushion

Jutta and Johann love the Auer Dult, a fair, dating back to the 14th century,that is held in Munich three times a year. It is not only a place where you can stuff yourself with not very healthy, yet wonderfully delicious food, but also a treasure trove of inspiration and an excellent source of vintage and antique fabrics, lace and ribbons… (27 December 2010)

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The Happy Bag

The Happy Bag

This bag should be more aptly named ”The bag that makes Jutta happy and makes Johann roll his eyes“...

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Crazy Postcards

Crazy Postcards

Crazy Postcards represent a simple and very enjoyable way to use up odd pieces of Crazy Strips left over from other projects. The postcards are quickly put together and simple to make...

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Crazy Towels

Crazy Towels

Everybody needs towels. Some only need small towels, some need large towels and some need both large and small towels. In short: You can never have enough towels…

Rathauseck Quilt

Rathauseck Quilt

If you have read the Focus on Munich article, you will know where the inspiration for this quilt came from. If you haven't, let us tell you that, in the very centre of Munich, there is a long established shop where you can buy designer clothes, and also, at the rear of the building, all kinds of haberdashery and knitting yarn. The shop is called Ludwig Beck. In their marketing slogan, they call themselves “Ludwig Beck am Rathauseck” which means “at the corner of the town hall”.

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Author: 
Jutta Hufnagel

Ocean Waves Quilt

Ocean Waves Quilt

The Ocean Waves block is very close to Jutta’s heart. Not only is she again and again drawn to quilt patterns that later turn out to be variations of this beautiful block, but guess which block featured on her birthday in her perpetual quilt calendar?

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Jutta Hufnagel

Unfolding (Book Cover)

Unfolding (Book Cover)

Lately, it has become quite the fashion for companies to hand out blank notebooks to employees and customers. This is quite a useful give-away for anybody who has something he or she thinks is worthwhile writing down...

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Author: 
Jutta Hufnagel

Here comes the sun

Here comes the sun

If this Sesterce were a recapitulative comment on summer 2010, it should be more appropriately named „Here goes the sun“...

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Jutta Hufnagel

Funky Munich

Funky Munich

We started our design for the first Sesterce based on an old black and white postcard of the Munich Frauenkirche bought at the Auer Dult...

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Jutta Hufnagel

Summer Baubles

Summer Baubles

Summer is an interesting time of the year. As soon as the sun comes out and temperatures rise, people start smiling again...

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Author: 
Jutta Hufnagel
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