patterns


My first line of patterns is now available as PDFs in my esty shop!





Pinwheel Spinning Around is my modern twist on the traditional pinwheel quilt pattern. The large scale of the pinwheels in this pattern is the perfect way to showcase some of your favorite fabrics. The combination of beautiful prints with lots of negative space creates an elegant, modern design that is suitable for both beginner and advanced quilters alike. It measures 70" x 70" and here are the fabric requirements:


White Fabric: 4 ½ yards
1/3 yard each of 10 fabrics
-or, you can use fat quarters if you’d prefer
Binding fabric: ¾ yard
Backing fabric: 4 3/8 yards
Batting: 72” x 72” piece, or a Twin-size package 


In my version of Pinwheel Spinning Around I used fabric from the Crazy Love collection by Jennifer Paganelli for Free Spirit Fabric and Designer Soild from Free Spirit Fabric. 






Coin Toss is a great quilt pattern for a beginner and a perfect way to show off some of your favorite prints. It’s also a fast project for an advanced quilter. Coin Toss is my modern spin on the traditional Chinese and Roman Coin quilt patterns, and it includes a lot of negative space to make those prints pop! The directions are written for baby, twin, queen, and king sizes. Here are the fabric requirements:


Baby: 44” x 44”Blocks: 1/8 yard each of 9 fabrics Sashing and Borders: 2 2/3 yardsBinding: 3/8 yardBacking: 3 yardsBatting: 46” x 46” piece

Twin: 64” x 84”Blocks: ¼ yard each of 9 fabrics Sashing and Borders: 5 yardsBinding: 5/8 yardBacking: 5 ½ yardsBatting: 66” x 86” piece or twin sized package

Queen: 84” x 94”Blocks: 1/3 yard each of 9 fabrics Sashing and Borders: 8 ¼ yardsBinding: ¾ yardBacking: 8 ½ yardsBatting: 86” x 96” piece or queen sized package

King: 104” x 94”Blocks: 3/8 yard each of 9 fabrics Sashing and Borders: 10 yardsBinding: ¾ yardBacking: 8 ½ yardsBatting: 106” x 96” piece or king sized package

In my version of Coin Toss, I've used fabrics from the Lark collection by Amy Butler for Rowan Fabric and Kona Cotton by Robert Kaufman Fabric. 







Squared Stripes is a reversible lap sized, or generous baby sized, quilt. The front is my spin on a traditional strip quilt and the back features an oversized log cabin block in the center, giving you two completely different looks in one. This quilt comes together quickly and is a great pattern for beginner quilters and a fast project for more experienced ones. It measures 50" x 50", and here are the fabric requirements:


Fabric A: ¼ yard
Fabric B: ¼ yard
Fabric C: ½ yard
Fabric D: ½ yard
Fabric E: ¼ yard
Fabric F: ½ yard
Fabric G: ¼ yard
Fabric H: 3 yards

Batting: 50” x 50” (twin size prepackaged batting)

In my version of Squared Strips, I've used fabrics from the Pear Tree collection by Thomas Knauer for Andover Fabrics and Kona Cotton by Robert Kaufman Fabric. 






Ohio Supernova is my modern spin on the traditional Ohio Star pattern. In my version, the scale of the block has been dramatically increased so that it makes up the vast majority of the finished work. Using solid colored cottons and simple construction, the Ohio Supernova packs quite a visual punch and is suitable for both beginner and advanced quilters alike. It measures 72" x 72" and here are the fabric requirements:


Fabric 1: 2 ¾ yards (I used Kona Snow by Robert Kaufman)
Fabric 2: 2 yards (includes fabric for binding) (I used Kona Ice Frappe by Robert Kaufman)
Fabric 3: 1 ½ yards (I used Kona Coral by Robert Kaufman)
Backing Fabric: 4 ½ yards
Batting: 74” x 74” piece, or a Full-Size package






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