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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