Winter is a good time to stay inside and catch up on some things. I have had these patterns on my to do list for a while. They were all published in magazines originally, but now they are updated, have multiple sizes, and are available for download in my Etsy Shop.
This one is a favorite since I designed it based upon my sweet Cookie Cat.
It is a large 18″ block so it is easy to piece and goes together quickly.
It comes in three sizes, pillow, baby quilt and twin size. I stitched up a set of Halloween pillows and they turned out great.
This quilt started out strictly as a scrap quilt. I fell in love with the greens and blues and they reminded me of the little bits of beach glass you find on Great Lakes beaches here in Michigan.
The variety of grey low volume prints from my stash were perfect to create the neutral background.
This is also a large 18″ block. It comes in three sizes, Throw, Twin and Queen.
This was my most recently published quilt. I really wanted to try some curved piecing and these large traditional drunkard’s path blocks seemed perfect.
The color blocking adds a modern twist and I just had to play with free motion feathers in the negative space. Cookie cat is not a good helper when I am quilting, how does he know when I am trying to quilt? LOL
These are 10″ finished blocks. Once again, available in three sizes, Baby, Throw and Twin.
I have been really enjoying making mini versions of some of my most popular quilts. Not everyone needs another large quilt and this size makes a wonderful wall hanging that is a work of modern art.
These are 5″ finished blocks and it comes in only one size, Mini which is about 24″ x 30″
I hope you found a new pattern you liked and would like to try.
They are all available as PDF digital files ready for immediate download.
You can find them and my other fresh, fun quilty designs in my Etsy Shop.
2 thoughts on “New Patterns Available”
Lori, your Cookie Cat is adorable. I miss mine a lot. Do you do all your quilting on a home domestic sewing machine? The quilting is lovely. I see your helper is right there, too. LOL
Melanie, I do most of my quilting on a domestic machine. I happen to have a Bernina. If it is a large quilt like a queen, I will send it out to a favorite long arm quilter. But I enjoy straight line and free motion quilting.