Monday, April 7, 2014

New Pattern for Sale Boxes!

 

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I have another pattern up for sale on craftsy

(and soon on Quiltwoman.com)

Size is 62” x 62”

Skill Level: Beginner

A fun and easy pattern using only 3 fabrics plus a border fabric.

Fabric 1- Blocks and inner border

1 1/2yds

Fabric 2- Blocks and 2nd border

1 1/4yds

Fabric 3-Blocks

1yd

Fabric 4- Outer border

1 1/4yd

Binding fabric (Fabric 2)

5/8yd

Any little boy will love this symmetrical quilt!

(or you can make it girly of course too or scrappy)

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I have LOTS of testers for this one!

First here is Jennifer’s version

Love the bold colors in this one and the striped border fabric

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Next is Joan at Moosestash Quilting

she had a preview of it here

Love the funky fabrics on this one and the fun border fabric too!

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Next is Margaret’s version.

Love that purple and blue fabric together.

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And next is Tricia’s version in Lovely earth tones! and some creative photography!

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And next is vrooman’s quilts

Cool bold boyish/manly colors and fun pics in the snow and check out the scrappy backing! – LOVE it.

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Lastly is Wanda’s, she made this cute pastel version in TWO colors instead of 3. Very lovely.

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Would some of you like to get this pattern too??

I’ll give away the PDF pattern to 3 winners on Thursday the 10th

Comment below what 3 colors or fabrics you have in mind to make this quilt with, if you won.

31 comments:

Vicki in MN said...

That looks like a fun quick and easy one to use on my charity quilts. I can see making it smaller too for the neonatal quilts. And I like it for only 3 colors, quicker to pic fabrics for them!! I'd choose brights of course, LOL

Sheila said...

What a cute pattern, Bea. Most excellent when one needs a fun, quick quilt.

The Slow Quilter said...

I love all the quilts and would love to have a chane to win the pattern to make my own i think I would do mine in black, yellow and red or replace the black with white background. Sooo many possibilities and color chocies.

Sue Daurio said...

I love this pattern. If I had to choose 3 colors, I've got some wonderful plum, tan and green fabric that I've been just waiting for the perfect pattern. But I really have a fat square bundle of solids that I think will be just unbelievable with this pattern. I love it.

Joanne said...

What an effective design. Your testers certainly showed how different it could look depending on your choice of fabric. I like it.

SewCalGal said...

Congratulations on publishing another pattern. Very cute design.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Joanna said...

I'm over from Sharon's (Vrooman's Quilts) and think her version is super. Three colors? Light green, dark green and dark yellow-orange.

Angelia Lanouette said...

Looks like a nice simple quick quilt for a beginner like me. I would us red, black, and white...our sons college colors. Thank you for sharing!

Sheila said...

I love this pattern and I think it would be fabulous in red, white and blue !

Jackie said...

Great pattern, I think I'd do it in blue, green and grey. hmmm maybe red, white and black, no I'll try the first one, maybe do both Lol

Janarama said...

Great pattern. I would make it in black, white and red or orange, green and yellow. Thank you for the chance to win.

MoeWest said...

Great pattern! I see lots of possibilities for different looks depending on the fabric choices.

Deb said...

I really like this pattern. Great job !. I would use my blues, yellows with a touch of green.

lefuntz said...

Greens. Different value greens with bits of brown or tan in the fabric. It's a jungle out there!

lefuntz said...

Greens. Different value greens with bits of brown or tan in the fabric. It's a jungle out there!

Tami C said...

I've been wanting to make a quilt using red, black and white OR Yellow, white and black! Either of those would look great made up into this pattern! Thanks for the chance to win!

Lori said...

these are so pretty, they look simple and quick to make. Hmmm I think I would make it in blue/tan/burgundy
thanks for this chance.

Katkat said...

I would make a red, white and blue Quilt of Valor.

MooseStashQuilting said...

I love seeing them done up all different ways! This is such a fast, fun and versatile pattern!

gpc said...

Love it! I'm into woodsy colors lately, so probably a nature-green/brown and something bright (blue?) palette would be what I'd play with. Or maybe my favorite purple/blue/green mix. Love all the variations!

Vickie said...

So cute! My grandkids will love this one.

Gill said...

Great pattern - I'd love to make one in blues and greens!

carla said...

Hi!!! Very pretty!!!! I love them all!!!! I do have several kids fabrics I could use to make for my grands!!!! Thanks for the fun give away!!!!

Judy1522 said...

I would make it in blue, purple and green. Great pattern and fun to see in the different colors.

pinsandneedles said...

Cute pattern! Would love to make it up in turquoise, red and white! It was fun to see it in different creations! Thanks!

Deb said...

Love it! I'm into the colors of my So Cal beaches - blue-gray, white, and tan. Or using up all my leftover kids fabrics.

Arlene Adams said...

I think this pattern would be perfect in black and white with a dash of red to make it pop!

Josie McRazie said...

What a FUN pattern! I love how different each one looks! (I'm a BOLD gal myself!) Thanks for sharing!

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

I saw this over at Sharon's. I'd use Red, White and Blue, and make it a Quilts of Valor quilt. Great quilt! Thanks for the chance.

WhoMom said...

Love Moosestachs' take on this one! It's fabulous.
Hmm, have to think about what colors I'd use. I think I'd use colors inspired by the ocean tides, tidal greens and blues with a dash of sea foam-that creamy white.

Janet said...

I really like the gold, black and white one. I might have to copy it.