So today I thought I would start introducing the new patterns to you. First I want to mention that we will be doing PRE ORDER KITS for several of these patterns, as we always do with any new release. But first we will introduce all the info here so you all can make your decisions at home!
The pattern has been done with a soft white background, a soft grey background and also shown at the end with charcoal cross weave. They all sing so beautifully in my opinion. In this first photo, you can also see the table runner version on the lefthand side- made with just one charm pack.
INFORMATION ABOUT THE PATTERN
Size: 74″ x 74. or 15″ x 85″ if you would like to make the table runner instead.
Pieced/Quilted By: The cream sample has been pieced by Susan Vaughan of the Felted Pear on IG and beautifully quilted by the lovely Diana Johnson. The grey sample has been pieced by Megan Edgerton and has been quilted by Shelly Pagliai of Prairie Moon Quilts. The table runner was made in-house by Cheryl Hadley and also quilted by Shelly. All of you ladies are amazing… thank you for your help and your work!
Materials Used: (1) Layer Cake, and a few extra fabrics for stems and backgrounds, are all that you will need! Or (1) Charm Pack if you are making the table runner instead. As we talked about above, the background you choose for this can completely change the feel of this quilt. We have made it with grey and with cream and also shown it with Charcoal cross weave fabric from the MODA display at Quilt Market for a striking alternative.
Difficulty Level: Advanced Beginner. We never use any difficult techniques, templates or complicated processes but some patterns just have more or smaller pieces that would make me call it harder than others. This one has none of those things. The reason I would call this an advanced beginner is that there are pretty much no points to match whatsoever! That in and of itself qualifies for advanced beginner in my opinion. The pieces are also all made using SEW&FLIP, which avoids all bias and half square triangles. So pretty much I think you are good to go on this one!
JUST A BIT OF INFO TODAY We have been getting a lot of questions about…March 19, 2019