Patterns in a Series: Gone Serial

When your customers take a class and fall in love with a technique, they generally want to make this project a couple of times since they were so successful.  Don’t you wish you had some variety to offer them, after the initial technique class?

Have you found that customers love to take a class, but wish they could have the project in a different color or slightly different style.  We can help! has a few pattern lines based on a series design.  Series design simply means our independent designers have worked one style into a series of patterns.  You can introduce your customer to the technique or style and then sell complimenting patterns to continue to fuel their creativity.  If you are teaching just the technique, customers will have the option of pattern styles for their specific project.   Here’s a glimpse at the series designs we offer:

Click on each photo to see more designs using each method.

Straight to the Point by Susan Mayer of Quilting Discoveries

Dreaming of Teddy Bears Quilt Pattern SM-120

Dreaming of Teddy Bears Quilt Pattern SM-120

Straight to the Point™ Quilts all feature a great technique for creating great looking On-Point quilts. All the blocks are set as straight rows. The quilt is then cut and re-sewn into an on-point setting. There are NO diagonal rows of different sizes, NO setting triangles and NO corner blocks. Our technique makes On-Point sets a snap.  See our quick demonstration page.

4 in 1 by Barb Sackel of Rose Cottage Designs

Homestead Acres Quilt Pattern BS2-216

Homestead Acres Quilt Pattern BS2-216

A “4-in-1” Quilt Pattern is a quilt design that gives you creative spaces for different techniques. You may use machine or hand embroidery, motifs, focus fabric, applique or even machine motif quilting. This wonderful approach allows more opportunity for a full themed quilt.

Black White and Bright by Susan Mayer of Quilting Discoveries

My Colors Went Wild Quilt Pattern SM-104

My Colors Went Wild Quilt Pattern SM-104

Black, White, and Bright Quilt Patterns are ones that feature black and white fabrics paired with bright fabrics. Susan Mayer loves designing quilts using these parameters.  You can read more about her design process in a previous Blog post.

Charming Botanicals- Reeze LaLonde Hanson of Morning Glory Designs

April Sweet Peas Quilt Pattern MGD-409

April Sweet Peas Quilt Pattern MGD-409

Charming Botanicals patterns feature a strong floral motif and mixes traditional piecing with applique.  This series, by Reeze LaLonde Hanson, focuses a flower design per month.

__________________________________________________________________________ is here to help you help your customer.  Patterns in a series will give diversity to your classes as well as create strong repeat customers.  Thank you again for choosing patterns designed by independent designers.

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