Payhip and Craftsy shops, and will be available to quilt shops through distributors sometime in January.
The simple X blocks and plain squares are a perfect balance for the more involved focus blocks. The focus blocks add just a touch of challenge, but don't require cutting any triangles or any paper piecing. You can see versions with all three blocks in past posts: duck, puppy and owl.
I owe a huge thank you to my wonderful testers, who volunteered to make blocks or a full quilt and offered lots of useful feedback. I hope you will click through to view their versions on their blogs or Instagram. I love seeing the designs come alive in different fabric choices!
Janet Olsen- Rogue Quilter
Andrée Faubert- Quilting and Learning
Lissa La Greca - Lovingly Lissa
Sandra Walker - Musings of a Menopausal Melon
Marlene Scobbie - Cats and Capers
Very cute. I enjoyed seeing all of the testers quilts, too.ReplyDelete
Love the new quilt.ReplyDelete
That's a terrific pattern!ReplyDelete
Congratulations! Getting a pattern out is a lot of work. it looks great!ReplyDelete
Another beautiful version of this quilt Joanne - just love it!ReplyDelete
Congrats on the release, it's a great pattern!ReplyDelete
Such a fun pattern with loads of possibilities. I can see that one being purchased in the very near future.... =)ReplyDelete
That is a great pattern and so cute for a little one! I love all the critters!ReplyDelete
Congrats on the pattern release! It is darling. And your header is really neat.ReplyDelete