Patterns

I  have five patterns for sale and fourteen free patterns available here and also at PatternSpot.com. Here is the link to get you there:

Pattern Spot dot com

There is a page associated with each pattern for sale that gives further details.  Click on one of the thumbnail photos below to go to the detail page for that pattern.

Mariner’s  Alphabet       Points of Elegance                                               Squares Upon Squares

Mariners Alphabetaa and trim Feb 7 2013

Points of Elegance mantle runner in three sizes - 45, 60, or 75 inches wide

Squares Upon Squares 51 by 64 inches
Bamboo Kamon

Bamboo Kamon 45" by 59"
The Mariner’s Alphabet is a foundation pieced pattern based on the international maritime signal flags.  Size is 28 by 62 inches.

Points of Elegance  features a modern take on prairie points and  includes a fireplace mantle runner, a table runner, and a placemat. Three sizes are provided for the mantle runner and the table runner.

Squares Upon Squares is designed to showcase six special blocks of approximately 6-8 inch size.  The blocks in the sample were created with Shiva Paintstiks and rubbing plates, but the pattern works well with fussy cut, applique, or embroidered blocks.  The finished size is 48 by 60 inches.

Bamboo Kamon is a fusible applique pattern featuring twelve different Japanese Kamon or family crest designs based on bamboo.  Size is 45 by 59 inches, and finished blocks are twelve inches.

The fifth pattern for sale is a simple one called Garden Tiles.   This quilt is 48 inches square.  Here are photos of a couple of versions of the quilt – one in actual fabric that I made for a charity quilt out of our guild fabric stash, and one I designed with Electric Quilt software:

Garden tiles quilt in pinks and blues
Garden Tiles quilt, made from my guild’s charity quilt fabric stash
Garden tiles coral and brown
            Garden Tiles in Coral and Brown

Free Patterns – Scrappy Quilts

Expanding Scrappy Spiral  (40 by 48 in)  link:   Expanding Scrappy Spiral Oct 11 2014

expanding scrappy spiral final Oct 11 2014

Free Patterns  from “Quilts for Jefferson County”

These patterns were first developed for a small book I published for my guild.  The patterns are very simple ones meant for use in charity quilts. All the quilts are lap size — about 42 by 50 inches.  Even experienced quilters will find the patterns helpful because the yardage requirements and cutting instructions provided will save time.

Here are small pictures of the fourteen free patterns you can download here. Just click on the pdf for the individual pattern you want. You must have Adobe Reader to view them or print them out. They are also available at PatternSpot.com; just click on the link at the top of this page to go to my PatternSpot store.

Random Squares       link:  Random Squares July 3 2013

Random Squares July 3 2013

Marching Colors        link:  Marching Colors July 3 2013

Marching Colors July 3 2013

Framed Squares      link:   Framed Squares July 3 2013

Framed Squares July 3 2013

Alternating Four Patch     link:   Alternating Four Patch July 3 2013

Alternating Four Patch July 3 2013

Alternating Nine Patch      link:   Alternating Nine Patch July 3 2013

Alternating Nine Patch July 3 2013

Scrappy Alternating  Nine Patch    link:   Scrappy Alternating Nine Patch July 3 2013

Scrappy Alternating Nine Patch July 3 2013

Pinwheels      link:    Pinwheels July 3 2013

Pinwheels July 3 2013

Scrappy Triangles    link:    Scrappy Triangles July 3 2013

Scrappy Triangles July 3 2013

Snowball     link:    Snowball July 3 2013

Snowball July 3 2013

Rail Fence      link:     Simple Rail Fence July 3 2013

Rail Fence July 3 2013

Basket Weave      link:   Basket Weave July 3 2013

Basket Weave July 3 2013

Uneven Nine Patch      link:   Uneven Nine Patch July 3 2013

Uneven Nine Patch July 3 2013

Squared Strip Pinwheels    link:   Squared Strip Pinwheels July 3 2013

Squared Pinwheels July 3 2013

Squared Hearts      link:     Squared Hearls July 3 2013

Squared Hearts July 3 2013

2 thoughts on “Patterns

    1. Karl Boettcher

      I am so behind in my piecing projects, at least five years. However, can’t help myself wanting to try your patterns they are very impressive. We long arm quilters are going to love the negative space that you’ve created. Lynn

      Reply

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