NEW Patterns – Florette and Nova

NEW PATTERNS

Even though I have been sewing and quilting during this pandemic, I have had a lot of secret projects to finish.  Now I get to share some of my own work with all of you.  I have several new patterns on the horizon and these are the first ones out of the hopper and  I am so happy to share them with you.

FLORETTE

This first pattern is called Florette.  It is a sweet table runner that changes its mood by just changing the colors.  The individual blooms are a variation of a log cabin block.  So bright and cheery, this pieces together in no time at all.  I just grabbed some scraps from the bin and put it all together.  This would be a great gift for a friend, housewarming, or something cheery for your own table this winter.

This table runner finishes at 14″ x 42″.

Available at my shop HERE

NOVA

Next up is this clever two color star quilt I am calling Nova.  It is made up of a lot of flying geese!

I love the two color design that creates the striking star blocks.  However, it would be easy to add a little red to make this a Patriotic quilt.  My pattern includes instructions to create four flying geese at a time to make stitching it up go even faster.  The Sashing and borders also help to easily square up this quilt and make it a little more forgiving for beginner quilters.

This pattern comes in three sizes:

  • Baby    42″ x 42″
  • Throw (Pictured) 56″ x 70″
  • Twin 70″ x 84″

Nova available in my shop HERE

If you liked these patterns, you might also enjoy making these:

Beach Glass Pattern

INFINITY QUILT

CIRQUE QUILT

All of these patterns are available for sale in MY SHOP.

Thank you so much for your interest.

Happy Quilting!

 

 

2 thoughts on “NEW Patterns – Florette and Nova

  1. Thanks Lori. Been looking for a pattern with half square triangles for a baby quilt. Nova pattern is my inspiration. Will post progress. Sally

    On Fri, Oct 30, 2020, 4:03 PM Lori Miller Designs wrote:

    > lorimillerdesigns posted: “NEW PATTERNS Even though I have been sewing and > quilting during this pandemic, I have had a lot of secret projects to > finish. Now I get to share some of my own work with all of you. I have > several new patterns on the horizon and these are the first one” >

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