10 Patterns to Highlight

10 patterns ordered in the month of August that I thought deserved to be highlighted. Enjoy.

Quilter’s Quandary Queen Quilt Pattern DCM-042

Finished Size: Queen 102″ x 102″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Black Cat and Pumpkins Wall Hanging Pattern CJC-55071

Great Halloween wall quilt with pieced pumpkin border.

Finished Size: Wall Hanging 28″ x 42″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

New Horizon Quilt Pattern LLD-123

Highlight your favorite panel in this stunning quilt.

Finished Size: 45″ x 63″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

Ride On Quilt Pattern LOB-144

A wonderful quilt pattern design with its touch of asymmetry. Fat quarter friendly.

Finished Size: 58″ x 66″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

Butterscotch Quilt Pattern CAC-101

The pattern can be used with fat quarters, fat eighths, precut 10″ squares and 2.5″ strips, as well as scraps.

Finished Sizes:
Baby 37″ x 50″
Throw/Lap 50″ x 63″
Twin/Single 76″ x 89″

Skill Level: Intermediate

Technique: Pieced

Apres Ski Quilt Pattern PC-270

Combine a 13” wide x 16” high mini panel or large focus print with 7 coordinates in a stained-glass type quilt in one of 3 sizes.

Finished Sizes:
Wall 28 1/2″ x 31 1/2″
Lap 52″” x 58″
Throw/Twin 75 1/2″ x 84 1/2″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner/Intermediate

Technique: Pieced

Star-crossed Quilt Pattern PC-265

Showcase some large/scenic prints and coordinates in this eye-catching quilt in one of 5 sizes.

Finished Sizes:
Lap 43 1/2″ x 43 1/2″
Throw 43 1/2″ x 67 1/2″
Twin 74 1/2″ x 98 1/2″
Queen 84 1/2″ x 108 1/2″
King 108 1/2″ x 108 1/2″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner/Intermediate

Technique: Pieced

Santa in the Trees Quilt Pattern AQ-120

With classic trees and a cute little Santa, this fun Christmas Quilt will be a great addition to your holiday decor! This pattern uses piecing and raw edge applique for a quick and easy finish!

Finished Size: 50″ x 60″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced/Applique

Christmas Tree Runner Pattern CJC-55043

Diagonal set, pieced tree blocks. Pieced Christmas table runner pattern.

Finished Size: Table Runner 29″ x 66″

Skill Level: Intermediate

Technique: Pieced

Salt Air Charm Quilt Pattern AQ-109

This simple charm quilt was inspired by an old fence on the beach. It’s the perfect pattern for any quilter– just use charm squares from your favorite fabric line (or fabric stash) for a quick and easy throw sized quilt!

Finished Size: Lap/Throw 50″ x 60″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

Which one is your favorite?

Happy Quilting!

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Falling for You

Falling for You is a new pattern and kit by Nancy Dill of Nancy Dill Designs (and the owner of QuiltWoman.com).

Falling for You is the sixth installment of the It’s the Little Things series. You can check out the rest of the series here.

This pattern can be made into wall/door decor, or a garland.

Kits are available here. Each kit includes all materials except thread and glue. Includes FREE pattern, FREE U.S. shipping. Leaves are PRECUT. Acorns you will cut out using the templates provided. Stitch or draw on the leaf veins.

Great for Beginners. Makes the perfect afternoon project.

If you wish to purchase only a paper pattern or instant download they can be purchased here.

This new Falling for You pattern has me in the mood for Fall. I love all the seasons…yes… even winter…. but Fall is my favorite. 😊 Swirling, tumbling, falling, tossed, twirling, scattered leaves!

🍁Here are some leaf patterns for you to browse. 🍂

Autumn Path CJC-55251
Autumn Moons CQD-1089
Acorn and Leaf Table Runner CTG-021
Autumn Leaves Wreath DFD-2
Leaf Medley CTG-122
Falling Leaves Table Set MAM-120
Falling Leaves MAM-125
Fall Frolickin’ DBM-024
Fall Impressions MD-TR20
Fall SLQ-110

Aren’t those colors gorgeous!! Click here to browse even more of our Fall Patterns.

Happy Quilting!

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School Days, School Days… or is it School Daze?

Looking for inspiration to get the creative process going for my blog this week I turned to google. I needed some ideas to start off my writing for the school themed patterns I wanted to highlight. I bounced around the internet and I landed on YouTube.. uh-oh. I’ve been down that rabbit hole before.

So I will now share with you what I found. 😊

A song written in 1907 called School Days (When We Were a Couple of Kids) …. The lyrics start like this:

School days, school days

Dear old Golden Rule days

‘Reading and ‘riting and ‘rithmetic

by Will Cobb and Gus Edwards

Interestingly enough… I have heard this song before. Not sure where or why though.

I continued on my journey (sidetrack) to a song by Chuck Berry! Same name (School Days) and I definitely know this one as I am sure most of you do too!

And then… I landed…. on this beauty…. 😂…. It has nothing to do with what I was looking for but gave me a great laugh this morning.

Hope you enjoyed my journey (sidetrack) as much as I did. And now we go onto the patterns!

Classic Pencil and Crayon Quilts

Your kids (and Grandkids) will love these lap size pencil and crayon quilts! They are fun & vibrant. Great for snuggling under while doing homework and a great stash buster too!

Decorations For Your Home or Classroom

Backpack, Bags, and Binders… oh my!

You can purchase any of the above patterns on the QuiltWoman.com website- just click on the image.  Most of the patterns as available as both paper patterns or instant downloads.  

Wishing everyone a safe and happy school year filled with wonderful memories!

Happy Quilting!

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New Fabric Collections and Classic Patterns

One of the projects that I am working on this week (and probably next week!) is updating the Designer pages on the QuiltWoman.com website. Each of our designers have their own page which can be accessed by the drop-down menu on the left-hand side of our website. The designer pages have an “About” section that gives you a brief background of our designer, whether or not they are a teacher, links to websites, facebook pages, blogs, etc. The pages also have all of their patterns listed. Which means…….I have been browsing through more of our classic patterns!

This week I also opened up an email from Andover Fabrics. They were highlighting some of their new fabric collections that are coming out soon. Of course I had to look! And look! And look! I admit I got a little sidetracked on their website.

So between my project and the email from Andover Fabrics I found two patterns and a couple of fabric lines that I wanted to experiment with.

Here are the results:

Prairie View (AW-015)

This pattern is designed by Anne Wiens of Sweetgrass Creative Designs.

The image to the left is the original sample quilt.

The center is a fabric panel.. but could also be used to highlight a large print fabric. The pattern gives directions to make 3 sizes of quilts.

Finished Sizes:
Crib: 44″ x 56″
Lap: 55″ x 70″
Twin: 66″ x 84″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

…….and here is my recolor for Prairie View

Fabric Line: Sunflowers and Honey by Kim Schaefer for Andover Fabrics (Available February 2022)

I love this collection. Bright and Cheery!

The panel in the Sunflowers and Honey collection fits nicely in the twin size quilt of the Prairie View pattern.

You can purchase the Prairie View Pattern by clicking this link.

To see our selection of Sweetgrass Creative Designs patterns – click here.

Here is the second pattern I chose to recolor.

Crazy Daisy (BL2-126)

This pattern is designed by Bea Lee of Beaquilter.

The image on the left is the original sample quilt. I do love the yellows and grays in this quilt but wanted to play around with some other ideas and fabrics.

Put together 8 stunning fabrics with a solid and this quilt will look awesome.

Finished Size: 64″ x 84″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

First I tried Splash of Color by Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts for Andover Fabrics. This fabric collection is going to be available in November 2021.

I picked all blues but the collection has some beautiful bright colors as well- watermelon, cherry, orchid, berries, teals, oranges, violets…etc… which would look stunning in this quilt as well.

Hope you have enjoyed these quilt pattern recolors. Which is your favorite?

Happy Quilting!

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Pattern Highlight

In the last blog I talked about the pattern trends for July. It was a list of the top 20 patterns purchased during the month. In case you missed the post here is a link.

This week I wanted to highlight more of the patterns purchased by our customers. These didn’t make the top 20 last month but I definitely think that they are worth a mention.

The first pattern I am going to highlight is Strippy Whippy. I don’t know about you but I love precut fabrics….. especially Jelly Rolls! I am always looking for something fun to do with them. This pattern is definitely going to be added to my list.

Strippy Whippy LOB-143

Finished Sizes:
Twin 64″ x 84″
XL Twin 64″ x 94″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

This next one is purrrfect (see what I did there?) for any cat lover out there. Quick and easy to piece background using 2.5″ strips and adorable appliqued cats to complete it. Change the background up for a completely different look. In the right colors it would make a fun addition to your Halloween decor.

Cat Tails QLD-211

Finished Size: Table Runner 14″ x 42″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced/Applique

This one looks complicated but it is actually a very simple design. The only “block” is created by two shapes sewn together making a triangle.

Scrappy Pinwheels DLP-101

Finished Size: Lap/Throw 64″ x 86″

Skill Level:
Intermediate

Technique: Pieced

Your princess’ dreams will be filled with wonderful thoughts sleeping under this Fairy Tale quilt. Cute applique designs like a unicorn, frog prince, and carriage give the quilt character.

Fairy Tale Princess SLQ-115

Finished Size: Baby/Small Child/Wall Hanging 45″ x 54″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Techniques: Pieced/Applique

This bag pattern is very popular and is a classic. Insulated, roomy tote has pockets on the outside with a wipe clean lining on the inside. Great for a picnic or bringing your frozen items home from the store. Would also make a great diaper bag.

Napa Valley Picnic Tote BH-110

Finished Sizes:
Bag: 17″ x 13″
Tablecloth: 40″ x 40″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Celebrate the Christmas season with this stunning wall hanging.

Joy to the world CJC-4184

Skill Level: Intermediate

Finished Size:  35″ x 15″

A perfect quilt pattern for that special fisherman in your life. 26 different lures allow you to create a throw or twin quilt. You could also mix and match lures and fish by purchasing one of the Catch of the Day patterns in addition to Caught Ya!. The blocks are the same size.

Caught Ya! FCP-049

Finished Sizes:
Lap and Throw: 62″ x 72 1/2″
Twin: 63 1/2″ x 93″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced/Applique

Whew! Well I could keep going but I think that might be enough for one week. I will keep my eyes open for some more cool patterns to show you.

Until then…..Happy Quilting!

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Pattern Trends

In the last two blogs I talked about the top 20 patterns that were purchased by our customers during June.

In case you missed them here are the links. 20 Patterns – Part 1 and 20 Patterns – Part 2

During the first week of each month we are always busy with our end of the month reports and number crunching. And of course I am always looking at the top sellers and for the more unique patterns that normally get overlooked by our customers (and me!).

This week I will talk about the Top 20 for the month of July. There are some favorites that are still in the top 20 and a lot of newcomers.

Here are the favorites back for another month.

And here are the newcomers.

Knot Handle Reversible Tote BH-101

The Knot Handle Reversible Tote is a roomy tote that is easy to sew, has optional pocket, and is reversible! It’s like getting two bags in one. Denims and decorator fabrics work great alone or use lighter weight cottons with interfacing.

Finished Size: 17″ x 24″ including handles

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Log Cabin in the Pines MF-201

Can’t you just hear the fire crackling while you relax at your cabin on the lake? This quilted table runner will be the perfect addition for warm, casual decorating any season. It features log cabin and evergreen tree blocks. Change the border fabric and its for Christmas!

Finished Size: 21″ x 39″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Celtic Weave MAM-130

Recreate the intricacy and depth of a woven Celtic knot with this foundation paper-pieced quilt.  The shadow fabric adds depth to the over/under illusion of the weave.  No applique or bias tape needed!  The quilt illusion works best with non-directional fabrics, with the main color and shadow in the same color family.

Finished Size: Lap/Throw or Twin 63″ x 83″

Skill Level: Intermediate

Sunshine Sunflowers CJC-5074

Easy to make lap/throw quilt using a panel and sunflower blocks for a pieced border. Fabric shown is You are my Sunshine by Timeless Treasures.**


Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Finished Size: 54″ x 72″

Technique: Pieced

Holiday Dressing Tree Skirt HHQ-7348

Whatever your style, from elegant to traditional, make this skirt the perfect accessory for your tree.

Choose a main print, two accent pieces and a coordinating light fabric for the contrast that makes the design pop. 

With clear instructions and great graphics to guide you every step of the way, this deceptively simple tree skirt is easy enough to make for a quick gift.

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Finished Sizes: 42″ or 54″

Construction Vehicles CQ-139

Whether you make 1 or the whole construction crew you are going to enjoy putting these trucks together.  It is the same process, creating each image by cutting strips, and then cutting the pieces.  The shaping is done with quick corner half square triangles. 

Finished size: Twin 64.5 x 84.5″

Skill Level:  Advanced Beginner

Sunflowers Table Topper NS-36

Create potholders, mug rugs or several sizes of table mats from two circles and a simple petal shape. The easy construction requires no binding or quilting, although quilting can be added if desired. 

Make several mats in different sizes and stack them up for a whole different look.

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Finished Size:  3″ up to 16″ circle

Flip Flop Dot MD-68

Stash busting quilt pattern with precuts – 10″ squares.

Finished Sizes:
Lap and Throw: 59 1/2″ x 71 1/2″
Twin: 68″ x 98 1/2″
Queen: 85″ x 98 1/2″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

This Pattern was featured on our blog. Click here to read about it.

Cardinals and Barn CJC-53991

Easy to make using a panel and flying geese borders. Pieced panel lap/throw quilt pattern.

Fabric shown in sample is Timeless Treasures Fabrics Winter Barn.**

Finished Size: Lap/Throw 60″ x 70″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

Sew Gnomey Mug Rugs and Wall Hanging FCP-121

Pattern includes 12 different mug rugs that can be used to create an optional wall-hanging. Would make a great BOM pattern.

Finished Sizes:
Mug Rugs 9″ x 7″
Wall Hanging 33″ x 35″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique:  Pieced/Applique

Church in the Forest CJC-54001

Uses a panel with pieced borders using a star block. Pieced Lap/Throw panel quilt pattern.

Fabric shown in the sample is Timeless Treasures Fabrics Winter Blessing. **

Finished Size: Lap/Throw 50″ x 71″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

Next week I will highlight some of the more unique patterns that were purchased last month. I think that you will like them.

Until then…..Happy Quilting!

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20 Patterns – Part 2

This week I will be sharing #10 all the way to #1 of the most ordered patterns in June. If you missed #11 -20 here is a link.

#10 QBE-104 USA Patchwork

Showcase some interesting large prints or Full size templates for all 50 states are provided in the quilt pattern. Lots of fun for map lovers everywhere. Pick out novelty fabrics to match each state or use your favorite collection of batiks – there is no way to go wrong with this quilt pattern. States are raw edge appliqued.

Finished Size:
36″ x 23″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Applique

#9 PC-231 Good Vibrations

Choose 4 coordinating colors of a selvage-to selvage light-to-dark ombré fabric to make a stunningly simple queen or king size quilt.

Finished Sizes:
Queen: 94” x 104”
King: 114” x 104”

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

#8 LLD-041 Twisting with the Stars

The Twisting with the Stars pattern has directions for a Crib/Throw quilt and a Queen/King quilt plus table runners in two sizes. The pattern is Jelly Roll or Layer Cake friendly for the confident beginner. There are also bonus instructions for an “optional easy quilt.”

Finished Sizes:
Layer Cake Crib/Throw: 48″ x 55″
Layer Cake Starless Table Runner: 33″ x 11″
Jelly Roll Queen/King: 96″ x 108″
Jelly Roll Starless Table Runner: 49″ x 16″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

#7 BS2-473 Modern Window Silent Night

Do you have a favorite panel that you would just love to gaze at? Make this quilt pattern for a wall hanging you can enjoy year after year.

Finished Sizes:
Wall Hanging: 34″ x 48″
Lap and Throw: 58″ x 70″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

#6 DLP-102 Star Chain Table Runner

The stars in this table runner are made with four values of three different colors. This is a triangle base layout. The triangles are sewed together in rows and the rows are sewed into strips creating the table runner.

Finished Size: Table Runner 21″ x 56″

Skill Level: Advanced

Technique: Pieced

This next pattern was featured on our blog a couple of weeks ago. Classic Pattern Redo -Click here to read about it.

#5 BS2-410 Modern Simplicity

Put a modern twist with an ageless star and you end up with Modern Simplicity! This quilt pattern is fast, easy and fun.

Finished Sizes: 78″ x 82″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

#4 AW-012 The Craftsman

The main print in this pattern should be a medium to large scale print or a panel. Fast to make, this is a great pattern to use if you want to feature that special fabric. Accuquilt GO! friendly.

Finished Sizes:
Twin – 66″ x 87″
Lap – 55″ x 70″
Crib – 44″ x 56″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

#3 PC-228 Bevelled

Use a 2 1/2″ strip pack to create a contemporary quilt in one of 4 sizes. Jelly roll friendly.

Finished Sizes:
Crib/Baby- 42″ x 51 1/2″
Bed Runner- 23″ x 89 1/2″
Throw/Lap- 53 1/2″ x 72 1/2″
Queen- 89″ x 108″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

#2 PC-190 Winter Solstice

Use 12 values of one color palette for a delectable throw size quilt pattern. This quilt pattern is also perfect for a stunning wall hanging.trip.

Finished Sizes:
Lap and Throw: 56″ x 69″
Queen: 88″ x 110″

Skill Level: Intermediate

Technique: Pieced

And the number one pattern ordered in June is……..

#1 FCP-072 Gnomes Sewing

Gnomes are not just for the garden anymore. Decorate your home with these fun happy little fellows.

Finished Sizes:
Small – about 3 inches tall without hat
Med – about 6 inches tall without hat
Large- about 9 inches tall without hat

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

To order any of the above patterns follow the links (click on the pattern name or image) to QuiltWoman.com. Most of our patterns are available as instant downloads or paper patterns.

Happy Quilting!

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20 Patterns -Part 1

In a previous blog (Classic Pattern Redo) I talked about how fun it is to fulfill the daily orders that come in to QuiltWoman.com. I love to see the different styles and interests of our customers, and also getting the chance to look at some of our older patterns.

Looking back over June sales I have compiled a list of the most ordered patterns last month. I thought that I would share with you the wonderful variety that is peaking our customers interest.

Since there are so many different patterns that were ordered last month that I couldn’t possibly put them all in one or two blogs ….I narrowed it down to the top 20. Here is the countdown from #20 -#11. (next week I will share #10 all the way to #1!)

#20 PC-218 Morse Code

Showcase some interesting large prints or stripes in an asymmetrical strip quilt. Choose lap or double size.

Finished Sizes:
Lap/Throw: 55 1/2″ x 67 1/2″
Double: 83 3/4″ x 102″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

#19 CF-224 Take Four Placemat

Turn Four coordinating fat quarters into four placemats with this quick and easy pattern!

A set of four placemats can be finished in an afternoon! Consider making a set for every season or for gifts. There are five different variations you can make.

These are great for a “Make and Take” workshop.

Finished Placemat Size: 13″ x 17″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

#18 YHQ-100 Hunter’s Star

Make this dynamic Hunter’s Star quilt pattern with no special ruler or template. It simply starts with rectangles and it’s easy. If you are comfortable with a rotary cutter and have a good quarter inch seam you’ll be amazed at how simple it is to make a Hunter’s Star quilt.

Finished Sizes:
Miniature: 15″ x 21″
Lap and Throw: 56″ x 68″
Queen / King: 92″ x 104″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

#17 CTD-1025 Miss Midi Purse

Miss Midi is larger than a wallet and smaller than most purses. It has 1 outside and 3 inside secure zippered pockets with sleeves, 20 slots for  credit / loyalty cards. It will hold a mini tablet and a phone. With the adjustable strap use it over the shoulder or as a cross body bag.

Finished Size: 9″ x 6″ x 2″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

#16 UCQ-P57 Away We Go

This fun and functional baby quilt would look cute made in any collection of fabrics. The pattern features easy to read directions and simple piecing, so the quilt goes together fast!  A great go-to pattern for any baby quilts that you need to make.

Finished Size: Baby/Crib 45″ x 60″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

#15 PC-199 Layers

Showcase a 42″ square panel in this easy quilt pattern – fracture and re-assemble the components after framing them. Instructions included for three size options.

Finished Sizes:
Lap and Throw: 53 3/4″ x 62 1/4″
Twin/Double: 82 1/4″ x 84 3/4″
Queen: 91 3/4″ x 107 1/4″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

#14 SP-210 Thank You Troops

Thank You Troops quilt pattern is easy to read, step by step from start to finish. This pattern has only two pattern pieces, one square and one triangle. Three different sizes to choose from. Meets Quilts of Valor size requirements.

Finished Sizes:
Small Wall Hanging: 35″ x 35″
Wall Hanging: 46 1/2″ x 46 1/2″
Quilt of Valor: 58″ x 80 1/2″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

#13 FCP-033 Fresh Eggs

This wall hanging pattern uses easy fusible applique. Bring a chicken coop and their eggs into your home! The appliqued chicken parts are mix and match, providing you a multitude of combinations to fill your coop with.

Finished Size: 15″ x 27″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced/Fusible Applique

#12 CTD-1023 Executive Tote

Make this tote pattern in your favorite colors. This Executive Tote will sit securely over the handle of your suitcase or carry on bag and easily fits within airlines personal item limits. Generous in size with pockets inside, it will contain everything you need for your next leisure or business trip.

Finished Size: 13″ x 6″ x 17″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

#11 SP-212 Broad Stripes, Bright Stars

Easy to read, step by step instructions. Only TWO pattern pieces, one square and one triangle. Four designs to choose from.

Use this pattern to create placemats, wall hangings, pillows, etc.

Finished Sizes:
Broad Strips: 15 1/2″ x 21 1/2″
Bright Stars: 17″ x 24 1/2″
Land of the Free: 15 1/2″ x 20″
Home of the Brave: 18 1/2″ x 24 1/2″

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Technique: Pieced

Next week I will share #10 all the way to #1.

To order any of the above patterns follow the links (pattern name or image) to QuiltWoman.com. All patterns are available as instant downloads or paper patterns.

Happy Quilting!

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Flip Flip Dot

While browsing the Quiltwoman.com website I saw a classic pattern that I really liked. I liked it because the pattern looked very versatile. With just a quick change of fabrics it could be used for anyone. It is called Flip Flop Dot (MD-68) and was designed by Marlous Carter of Marlous Designs.

You can see our full selection of Marlous Designs patterns here.

Flip Flop Dot Quilt Pattern MD-68

The Flip Flop Dot pattern includes instructions for three size options: Lap/Throw, Twin, and Queen. The pattern is great for stash busting but would also work well with a layer cake.

Heavy Metal

Upon seeing Flip Flop Dot I immediately thought about the new fabric line Heavy Metal by Northcott. Heavy Metal has two colorways Pewter and Gold that will be in stores by December 2021. I couldn’t wait to “redo” Flip Flop Dot in this cool fabric.

And when it was finished I wasn’t disappointed. Of course, I didn’t stop there.

This fabric line is called Bliss Basics by Northcott.

Or how about using just two colors?

This would make a great gift quilt. Choose your recipients favorite colors, team colors, or holiday colors in solids or prints. In darker colors this makes a great guy quilt.

You can pick up your copy of Flip Flop Dot on the QuiltWoman.com website today. Available as both an instant download or paper pattern.

Happy Quilting!

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Classic Pattern Redo

Even though I have worked for QuiltWoman.com for many years I still have not seen all of the patterns that we currently carry.  There are just so many of them! 

The bonus of working for QuiltWoman.com is getting the first peak at all of the new patterns that our amazing designers are writing and of course seeing all the new fabric lines that are soon to be released. 

Also I enjoy fulfilling the daily orders from our customers. It gives me a chance to see what patterns they have found on the website and what is catching their eyes.

Here is one that was recently ordered that I had not seen before. 

Modern Simplicity BS2-410

Although this is one of our classic patterns I thought that it would be perfect for some of the fabric lines by Northcott that are coming out soon.

Like Color Collage….

Color Collage

Or Fleurs

Fleurs

Maybe a patriotic theme like Stars and stripes.

Stars and Stripes

Or perhaps one of the great Christmas fabric lines, batiks, or solids.  The big blocks are great for a large print focus fabric or even space to show off your quilting skills.  Really the options are endless.  You just have to use your imagination.

To purchase Modern Simplicity BS2-410 CLICK HERE.

To browse our full selection of patterns CLICK HERE.

~~Happy Quilting~~

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