Four Paws Quilting

Quilts for Children of All Ages

Need a quilt for a new baby, or a favorite child? How about your teenager? Or yourself?

This book contains nine brand new patterns, each in multiple sizes from a baby quilt to queen size. So whether you need a snuggle quilt for a child, or a bed quilt for yourself, you're sure to find something to inspire you.

Plus, some extras. Learn to make and fold a quillow. And... do you see all those cut corners in the batik cover quilt? Well, not a single diagonal line was drawn to make them. Read the book to find out how.

** Price Reduction - Buy this book for the price of a pattern **

Price: $10.00

Panel Play

Over the past few years, I've seen more and more panels in quilt shops and shows. Some are charming, some make me smile, and some are simply works of art. Finally, I could no longer resist collecting them, and then of course, I had to figure out how to use them.

This book is the result of two years spent developing patterns that can be adapted to a variety of panels, everything from table toppers to wall hangings to bed quilts. What makes this book unique is that the patterns are NOT based on any specific panel. Instead, the book shows you how to adapt the pattern to use your panels.

Price: $19.95

Complimentary pattern with purchase (International Customers Only):


Shipping is added at checkout. Currently, the charge for shipping Panel Play is - US: $3.35, Canada: $15, other countries: $22.

For Quilts For Children of All Ages it's - US: $2.80, Canada: $9.50, other countries: $13.25

International Only: I hate having to charge you folks in other countries so much, but unfortunately, that's what it costs me. As a sweetener, I'd like to offer a free pattern with Panel Play. You still have to pay, but at least you'll get something for it. (One pattern only please, even if you buy several items.)

Panel Play Corrections - 1st printing only

On page 6, in the section on Sashing Widths, the third paragraph starts out talking about sashing widths, but then switches to say "binding" several times. It should always read "sashing".

On page 10, in the section on Outlining, there's a reference to the Fairy Flower quilt on page 4. The quilt is on page 46.


I will be adding some downloadable worksheets and simple patterns to complement the book.

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