Quiltfolk Puzzle Collection

Made in the USA. Quiltfolk Puzzles are all 18 x 24 inches in size and made in partnership with The New York Puzzle company. All puzzles are crafted from 100% recycled chipboard that is 20% thicker than standard puzzles. Our linen-style paper reduces glare, and each puzzle is shaken prior to shipment to reduce puzzle dust. Enjoy!

500 pieces

$25.00

Crimson Rose is more commonly known as “The Fire Goddess” to tens of thousands of people who make the annual pilgrimage to Burning Man, an art-focused cultural event that draws some 75,000 people to Nevada’s uninhabited Black Rock Desert. At Burning Man or in her studio, Crimson surrounds herself with powerful art that she can see and touch. Her Grandmother Mabel’s radiant Lone Star quilt is one such object. Crimson said this special gift stirs beautiful childhood memories of her beloved grandmother; she was thrilled to see it on the cover of Issue 15: Nevada. We hope Mabel Viola Meador’s exceptional Lone Star quilt lights a fire of inspiration in you!

500 pieces

$25.00

When the weather is fine, it’s a fine time for an outdoor quilt show. In Connecticut, the Farmington Valley Quilt Guild’s annual “Hang-A-Quilt Day” brings excitement to the community. And banners like you see to the left, made from U.F.O. blocks, help promote the event. Here, Country Cluckers (2012), made by Susan Elliott and designed by Arlene and Melissa of The Quilt Company, hangs proudly on a barn at Flamig Farm in West Simsbury. Susan shared that it took her six years to complete Country Cluckers, and each fabric chicken has its own name.

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This is a special offer only available for a short period of time. Whether you are ready to piece together a vibrant Lone Star quilt or transport yourself to a Connecticut farm, we just hope that you have fun with our latest Quiltfolk Puzzles.

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 Vivid color and heavy embellishment come together in artist Jane Burch Cochran’s sensational quilts, which often feature bugle beads, pearlescent buttons, and fussy-cut fabrics. This detail of Face 5 shows Cochran’s expert technique, attention to detail, and enduring sense of play.

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For Issue 12: Kentucky, quilter Sue Marshal welcomed Quiltfolk to her La Grange home where she divides her time between caring for three horses, restoring vintage sewing machines, and making quilts. Marshal’s beloved 25-year-old American Saddlebred, M. J., made the perfect model posing in her stable with a favorite colorful Star quilt. 

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Quilt backs aren’t often celebrated, but Gwen Marston made hers sing. The stunning work of this legendary quilter, writer, and national treasure, has inspired several generations. Quiltfolk captured this image on Beaver Island, off the coast of Michigan, where we interviewed Marston for Issue 08: Michigan