I’m incredibly excited to announce three new patterns are available in my shop. The PDFs are available immediately, while the print patterns are available as pre-order and will ship in a few weeks.
These three colorful and fun patterns were made using my Panache fabric with Robert Kaufman Fabrics and were shown at market. Click here and here to see these projects in my booth at Spring Quilt Market.
Here’s something new this round: each one of these new patterns was technical edited by Alison Schmidt to ensure accurate instructions. Alison worked on my Modern Triangle Quilts book and she is fantastic!
About: Meet Pete and Petunia, penguins with panache!
These easy to make, oh-sew-cute penguins fit easily under the arms of the ones you love. Watch as your favorite humans’ eyes light up as they are treated to a handmade, adorably squishy patchwork penguin. This fun project is sure to delight and give you the satisfaction of a fast finish.
Side effects include imaginary play, giggles, and big hugs!
About: Calling all you makers who love to play with color and pattern! Gemma is the perfect project to mix and match vibrant fabrics. Build a visual playground in the gems and the background as you experiment with color placement.
Use your favorite, ultra precise, paper foundation piecing method to make piecing these complex looking shapes a breeze. By making 2 versions of the same block – a regular and mirrored version – the faceted, dimensional background sets off the vibrant gems.
About the Fabric: Gemma is made using fat quarters of my colorful Panache fabric for Robert Kaufman Fabrics. The range of black and white fabrics, also from Panache, set off the bright and bold colors beautifully and playfully.
About: Pop Quiz! Do you love stars and playing with color? Love to mix and match fabrics? Love a project that makes you look like a total piecing genius (but secretly it ain’t that hard!)? Yes! Yes! Yes!
Feathered Star plays with bright, colorful fabrics set against a bold black background and black and white stripe fabric. At the minimum you’ll need 21 Fat Quarters, but of course you can always choose your favorites from a fat quarter bundle.
About the fabric: My quilt is made using fat quarters of the bright colors from my Panache fabric collection for Robert Kaufman Fabrics. The black-and-white stripe, also from Panache, and Kona Black give the punchy, bold colors that “wow!” factor.
What do you think? I’m really excited about these patterns. I love them each so much and I think they are some of my best products yet!
I hope you have as much fun as I did with them.
Thank you and enjoy!