We talked to one of our favorite quilter superstars, Michele Muska, and got the 411 on some of her favorite sewing/quilting projects, along with some of her own! For those of you who don’t know, Michele is an incredible fiber artist, as well as the marketing communications manager for Simplicity Creative Group. Yeah, she’s kind of a big deal. We’re also impatiently awaiting the release of her new book, Quilting the New Classics: 20 Inspired Quilt Projects: Traditional to Modern Designs, but we were able to snag a few photos to share with you today! We’re totally digging her projects and know you will too!

Quilting the New Classics by Michele Muska





















Loving those colors and patterns. Preorder Quilting the New Classics here to find the patterns for the quilts below!

Quilting the New Classic Log Cabin Quilt




















Talk about colors—this beautiful Log Cabin quilt is perfect for a cold autumn day.

Dresden Plate Mod Quilt from Quilting the New Classics




















This Dresden Plate Mod Quilt is a total game-changer. Love the textures!

Michele Muska Animal Hats










Get in character with Michele’s animal hats, made using a Simplicity pattern! Perfect for dress-up or an everyday head warmer! Follow along here for the tutorial at Creativebug!

Safari Duffle from Sew4Home












I can see why Michele loves this project so much—this is the look of a professionally made bag! Find out how to whip up this Safari Duffle here.

Outdoor Living Tent from Sew4Home












Everyone loves the PVC tents, but this one is exceptionally easy and adorable. Find the tutorial here.

Waverunner Quilt by BumbleBeansinc















Love the woven look of this Waverunner quilt. Follow the quilt along here to make your own!


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