Frozen Tundra / Wall Hanging Quilt Pattern

Raise your hand if you have tried foundation paper piecing (FPP) 👋

Raise both your hands if you’re looking for an intermediate FPP pattern that stretches your FPP skills 👋👋

This is my newest pattern, Frozen Tundra; shoutout to my fellow Wisconsinites! #FrozenTundraQuilt #FrozenTundraQuiltPattern

The quick details:

* Pattern is foundation paper pieced.
* Intermediate skill level.
* Quilt is 16″ x 26″.
* Swipe for my #konasolids palette info.

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Lending Quilt Pattern

Lending is a modern, strip pieced quilt pattern that comes together quickly and easily! The strip piecing techniques makes it beginner friendly.

It is written in SEVEN (7) size options: Crib, Lap, Throw, Large Throw, Twin, Queen, King.

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Workbasket Mini Quilt Pattern

The Workbasket Mini Quilt pattern and video tutorial are here to help guide you into the exciting world of piecing 60-degree (equilateral) triangles!

The pattern is written for an 18″ mini wall quilt, but you can leave off or adjust the borders to make it suit your pillow covering needs.

The video tutorial walks you through how to use rulers you already have on hand, so there’s no need to go buy any fancy schmancy rulers. So, grab your SCRAPS and/or some or fat quarters and have fun!!

The pattern includes the quantities you can expect to make out of a F8, FQ, or 1/4 yard, so you can easily scale the pattern up for a larger quilt if you’d like!
I’d love to see your quilty creations! Please share photos on social media with: #WorkbasketQuilt

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Garner Quilt Pattern / Kona Solids Version

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Garner is a FAT QURTER FRIENDLY or scrappy quilt pattern in SIX sizes; (crib, lap, throw, large throw).

Use 5, 6, 13, or 18 fat quarters plus background to make this quilt. The pieces are large so the bulk of the fabric print is visible.

Scraps from the fat quarters can be used for an optional scrappy binding.

There are NO SMALL HSTs to cut and trim!

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Garner Quilt Pattern / Ruby Star Version

Garner is a FAT QURTER FRIENDLY or scrappy quilt pattern in SIX sizes; (crib, lap, throw, large throw).

Use 5, 6, 13, or 18 fat quarters plus background to make this quilt. The pieces are large so the bulk of the fabric print is visible.

Scraps from the fat quarters can be used for an optional scrappy binding.

There are NO SMALL HSTs to cut and trim!

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Shear Quilt Pattern

Shear is a big block quilt made entirely of half square triangles (HSTs). The quilt blocks finish at 18″ square, so the quilt comes together quickly.

Shear comes in SEVEN sizes: Crib (36″ Sq.), Lap (36″x54″), Throw (54″ Sq.), Large Throw (72″ Sq.), Twin (72″x90″), Queen (90″x108″), and King (108″ sq.).

Skill level required: Confident Beginner

Techniques: Making half square triangles using the 2 at a time and 8 at a time methods.

Optional cutting labels are included in the pattern to help you stay organized as you work thru each step.

A confident beginner quilter with a couple quilts under their belt should be able to tackle this project.

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Amplify Quilt Pattern / Original Version

Amplify is a strip pieced, confident beginner friendly quilt pattern. It finishes at 64″ x 64″. It is officially my very first written quilt design!

All of the blocks have the same composition, but increase in size as you move towards the middle of the quilt.

I used a spiral quilting design to enhance the amplification effect.

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Matrikin Quilt Pattern / Moody Version

Matrikin is a fun, strip pieced quilt pattern that comes in six sizes (crib, lap, throw, twin, queen, and king). 

The crib, lap, and throw sizes are fat quarter friendly. 4-color & 8-color, directional & non-directional fabric versions are included. 

For those who may be wary of how complex it looks, optional cutting labels are included to help you stay organized as you work thru each step.

A confident beginner quilter with a couple quilts under their belt should be able to tackle this project.

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Matrikin Quilt Pattern / Design Process

Ahhhh…the sometimes elusive “spark of inspiration” us quilters seek on a daily basis. Some of you are designers, looking for that fun new geometric pattern to set your mind twirling and whirling with pattern designs. Some of you are quilters, looking for that perfect colorway or palette to use for your next beautiful quilt.

In this post, I’m going to share my inspiration for my upcoming pattern, Matrikin. Often the inspirational process is NOT a spark, but a linked series of events in your day to day life.

My husband works his family’s 170-ish year old homestead farm, which we live next door to. So, if you drive by our house, nine times out of ten, there will be a tractor or other farm implement in our driveway or maybe even a combine parked in our front yard (insert eye roll emoji here).

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