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Into the Forest PDF
Take a leisurely stroll with me into the depths of nature. Into the Forest plays with two sizes of the same block to create a simple graphic tree design with a crisp and clean aesthetic, like a morning stroll through a cool forest. Inspired by the majestic evergreen trees ubiquitous in Maine, this quilt uses your 5 favorite fat quarters to make a nature inspired lap quilt. Use organic, repurposed, or naturally dyed fabrics to really become one with nature. 52" x 60" quilt Designed by: Kitty Wilkin Materials Needed: -5 Fat Quarters -3 1/2 yards Background fabric -1/2 yard Binding -3 1/3 yards Backing Want to conserve fabric and use up your scraps as you're sewing this quilt? Click here for instructions on how to make a bonus pillow with the scraps from your Into the Forest quilt. Note: Read through the pillow instructions before sewing your Into the Forest quilt, since some sewing is done before trimming the scraps from the main quilt blocks! Enjoy! Fabric is Cirrus solids by Cloud 9 Fabrics. Proudly made with Aurifil thread. After checkout, you will receive an email with a link to download this pattern. Also available via Craftsy. EU customers, please purchase through Etsy.
Arrow Point Path PDF
Arrow Point Path is a fat quarter friendly pattern that combines beginner level piecing into a strong geometric design. The cover quilt was made in solids but would look great in prints too. 60" x 70" quilt Designed by: Cheryl Brickey Materials Needed: -10 Fat Quarters (or more for a scrappier quilt) -3 3/4 yards Background fabric -5/8 yard Binding -3 7/8 yards Backing Fabric is Cotton Couture by Michael Miller. Proudly made with Aurifil thread. After checkout, you will receive an email with a link to download this pattern.
By Your Side PDF
The By Your Side quilt is a celebration of friendships between women and all the things that bind us together. Made with fat quarters and fat eighths, it's a quick and easy stash buster. 56" x 64" quilt Designed by: Lorinda Davis Materials Needed: -Choose a spectrum of fabric colors, designating them A through M -Fat Quarter each of fabrics A, D, G, J, M -Fat Eighth each of fabrics B, C, E, F, H, I, K, L -3 yards background fabric -5/8 yard Binding -3 5/8 yards Backing Fabric is RJR solids and Cotton + Steel basics. Proudly made with Aurifil thread. After checkout, you will receive an email with a link to download this pattern.
Ocean Path PDF
Take a stroll along the coast with the Ocean Path quilt. There's something about the simple beauty of the ocean--with the clean lines, soothingly subtle color play, and oh so much space to breathe that makes my heart happy--and it's all captured in this simple yet striking pattern. Using simple construction from easily cut triangles and sashing, this quilt comes together in a breeze. Generous negative space provides room for intricate free motion quilting, or simple modern straight line quilting. Ocean Path would look equally striking in any other color combination--from fiery reds and oranges on a dark background, to the soothing calm of cool colors on a light background. 50" x 59 1/2" quilt Designed by: Kitty Wilkin Materials Needed: -1/4 yard each of 5 colors -2 1/3 yards white -1/2 yard binding fabric -3 3/4 yards backing fabric Fabric is Pure Elements Solids by Art Gallery Fabrics (Tile Blue PE-418, Emerald PE-417, Ocean Waves PE-442, Warm Wave PE-464, and Mirage Blue PE-424. Background and sashing are Snow PE-433. Backing is Seawater NE-123 from Skopelos by Katarina Roccella). Proudly made with Aurifil Thread. After checkout, you will receive an email with a link to download this pattern.
Strip It Down PDF
Strip it Down is perfect for highlighting your favorite fabric collection. With quick assembly and no seams to line up, this quilt is ideal for the beginning quilter or for a quick gift. 48" x 60" quilt Designed by: Stephanie Palmer Materials Needed: -6 coordinating fat quarters -3/4 yards white -2 yards gray (background) -1/2 yard binding -4 yards backing Fabric is Blueberry Park by Karen Lewis Textiles for Robert Kaufman. Proudly made with Aurifil Thread After checkout, you will receive an email with a link to download this pattern.