Category Archives: patterns

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 … Continue reading

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Water Lily Surprise

I am still in the first year of owning my new home here in Western NY. Fall was beautiful as the large maple tree in front showed its colors.  Winter gave me a chance for rest and settling in.  Now, … Continue reading

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Stitch and Flip Adventures

by Kathleen Khosravi of Olive Leaf Quilts Have you ever looked at a quilt with thousands of little pieces and wondered how someone found the time and fortitude to make such a thing. Well, sometimes there are easier ways. My … Continue reading

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Twisted Hearts

by Mary Ann Sprague, of Mary Ann’s Makings Over the last few years, I’ve experimented with foundation paper-pieced quilts and table runners. Through paper-piecing, I’ve explored the world of Celtic knots, incorporating shadows into the quilt top to show the … Continue reading

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Christmas Topiary

Christmas! It is the happiest time of the year for so many of us. I think that part of the reason we love Christmas so much is because we take the time to add beauty to our surroundings. These acts … Continue reading

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Quick Tree Skirt Pattern by Julia Deal

Despite the initial geometry used in development, the Modern Spiral Tree Skirt (SEW-104) was the most fun of any pattern I’ve written, and it came together in record time thanks to the mathematical assistance of my college age son. We … Continue reading

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Stained Glass

​Years ago when I got back into quilting after my kids started school, I attended a large quilt show in Nashville.  I remember being overwhelmed by all the different types of quilting projects and I think I bought every quilting … Continue reading

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Just Dropping In!

Sarah Vanderburgh is joining us today to introduce her new pattern.. Dropping In. New Pattern This quilt pattern is called Dropping In and was made to feature the line of fabric called No Cause for A-llama by Dear Stella. Llamas! First, … Continue reading

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Make It Your Way

Introducing a new pattern series by Nancy Dill, Owner of QuiltWoman.com. Use these patterns for Hand Embroidery, Punch Needle Embroidery, Rug Punching or Hooking, Applique, or any other craft you can adapt them to. The first patterns in the series … Continue reading

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New York Beauty

New York Beauty Quilts Electrified: 12 Fun, Skill-Building Projects Using Easy Foundation Paper-Piecing Techniques to Electrify New York Beauty Blocks by Linda J. Hahn, Deborah G. Stanley New York Beauty Quilts New York Beauty quilts were introduced in the mid-1800s. … Continue reading

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