NOTE: Due to a change in their policies, my patterns are no longer available on Craftsy.com as of January 2019. I am currently researching other options for making them available online. In the meantime, you can contact me directly through the contact link on my “About” page. You can send me a payment through Paypal and I will send you the pattern file directly as a pdf.
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
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
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:
Free Patterns – Scrappy Quilts
Expanding Scrappy Spiral (40 by 48 in) link: Expanding Scrappy Spiral 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.
Random Squares link: Random Squares July 3 2013
Marching Colors link: Marching Colors July 3 2013
Framed Squares link: Framed Squares July 3 2013
Alternating Four Patch link: Alternating Four Patch July 3 2013
Alternating Nine Patch link: Alternating Nine Patch July 3 2013
Scrappy Alternating Nine Patch link: Scrappy Alternating Nine Patch July 3 2013
Pinwheels link: Pinwheels July 3 2013
Scrappy Triangles link: Scrappy Triangles July 3 2013
Snowball link: Snowball July 3 2013
Rail Fence link: Simple Rail Fence July 3 2013
Basket Weave link: Basket Weave July 3 2013
Uneven Nine Patch link: Uneven Nine Patch July 3 2013
Squared Strip Pinwheels link: Squared Strip Pinwheels July 3 2013
Squared Hearts link: Squared Hearls July 3 2013
Like it all!~ very professional! John M.
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