Meadow Path Pattern featuring Stonehenge Meadow

One of our quilt pattern designers got a thrill the other day.  Barb Sackel was in her local grocery store and picked up the August/September 2013 issue of The Quilter Magazine.

The Quilter Magazine

While flipping through it, she was thrilled to discover that there, within a full page Northcott ad for their Stonehenge Meadow fabric line, was her quilt pattern Meadow Path!  What a lovely surprise!

Meadow Path ad

Barb designed Meadow Path using the Stonehenge Meadow fabric collection (don’t you just love ALL the Stonehenge fabrics?).

Meadow Path Quilt Pattern by Barb Sackle

Using a panel as the focus of the quilt, Barb has brilliantly framed the idyllic meadow scene with the complementary fabrics from the collection.   With a skill level of Advanced Beginner, piecing this beautiful quilt can be accomplished by anyone with some quilting experience.  The pattern can be purchased as an instant download or be shipping to you as a paper pattern.

Congratulations Barb!  How thrilling to be in print unexpectedly between produce and the deli!

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12 Responses to Meadow Path Pattern featuring Stonehenge Meadow

  1. Anne says:

    I fell in love with this pattern and fabric. I have the top made. I love to hand quilt and am looking for some direction on quilting the centre panel. Unfortunately, the pattern says that dreaded ‘quilt as desired’.

  2. Barb Sackel says:

    Thanks for your comment Anne. If you are hand quilting, I would use the grid method with the lines about 2″ apart. The easiest way to mark for the grid line is to use masking tape. Start at one corner and place your tape at a 45 degree angle. Stitch along the tape the entire line. Remove tape, measure 2″ over and retape (using the same piece) and so on. When you have all of one direction stitched, start at one corner the opposite direction with a 45 degree line.
    For the blocks, I would Stitch in the Ditch and for the outside border, repeat the grid design. Have fun. Barb

  3. Sue says:

    Does anyone know of a place that has a Spring panel for sale at this time? Thanks

    • Cathy Welch says:

      After searching for several hours I FINALLY found one at Country Lane Quilts. Hope they have another, for you! Cathy in Manitoba Canada

      • Diana says:

        Thank you so much for posting this!! I have been searching for hours for the fabric as I purchased the pattern earlier this week! I had virtually given up but tried one last search this evening that lead me to your post. Thanks, Cathy in Manitoba – From Diana in Ontario

        • Lynn says:

          Did you find this panel recently? I am looking for one. Thanks!

  4. Lynn says:

    I have been searching for this panel in the spring Colors to no avail. Does anyone know where I might find it?

  5. Jackie Harvey says:

    I have the pattern; I’m looking for the panel. Any leads

  6. Cindy says:

    Love this. How big is the panel? and what size does this make?

  7. Nancy A Dill says:

    This panel came out several years ago so it will not be easy to find at this point, sorry.

  8. Joan Tunney says:

    I would love to have the pattern, I have the panel.

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