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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