Villa Rosa Designs (VRD) was created by Pat Fryer, Owner and Rose Queen, with the idea to provide quick and easy affordable quality fun-to-make quilt patterns for quilters featuring popular quilting fabric cuts.
Since its launch in 2010, VRD has become much more than a handful of quilt patterns. Rose Cards, Villa Rosa’s signature postcard-sized patterns, combine great design with simple packaging and an attractive price, making Rose Cards one of the best-selling pattern brands in the country.
Whether you are looking for baby quilts, table runners, throw quilts, or larger quilts, you will find a Rose Card pattern to suit your needs. Our patterns appeal to both advanced quilters looking for fun straightforward projects that finish quickly and beginner quilters looking to expand their skills and everyone in between.
Over the years, Villa Rosa Designs has grown to include a collection of very talented designers, each with their own unique style.
. 2 1/2″ Strips
Using Fat Eighths:
Using Fat Quarters:
Just 3 Fabrics:
These are due to arrive the end of the month so place your orders now.
Quilting enthusiasts, rejoice! Villa Rosa is releasing a set of brand-new patterns that will breathe new life into your fabric collections. These innovative designs are due to arrive early next month, so be sure to place your orders now to secure your copies. Let’s dive in and explore the delightful details of these upcoming patterns.
Tiramisu: Inspired by the classic Italian dessert, this quilt pattern consists of only 20 blocks and is perfect for fat quarter lovers. The simple yet elegant design allows for creative flexibility, making it an excellent choice for showcasing your favorite fabrics.
Happy Thoughts: A cheerful and uplifting design, Happy Thoughts is another fat quarter friendly quilt pattern. Its unique layout highlights larger prints beautifully, allowing you to create a stunning centerpiece for any room.
Bubbles: This intriguing fat quarter-friendly quilt pattern remains unnamed for now, but it’s sure to be a hit. The design features an eye-catching side border and is perfect for showcasing your most cherished fabrics.
Fly Away: This quick and easy table runner pattern is perfect for those who love to switch up their home decor regularly. Designed to work with 5″ squares, Fly Away adds a touch of whimsy and charm to any dining table or surface.
Tres Leches: A sophisticated and captivating design, Tres Leches is a three-fabric quilt that exudes elegance. This minimalist pattern allows the beauty of your chosen fabrics to shine through, creating a visually stunning masterpiece.
31: Featuring an adorable panel design, 31 is a playful and unique way to display your favorite panels. This pattern is perfect for creating a statement piece that showcases the beauty of your fabric collection.
All of these are due to arrive early next month so place your orders now.
These post card style patterns are perfect beginner projects that can be finished in a matter of hours, not days. Many are pre-cut friendly. Why not display these at the register. Who can resist just one?
2 1/2″ strip friendly
Fat Quarter Friendly:
These latest additions are due to arrive next month, so place your orders now!
These reasonably priced, post card sized patterns are always a hit. Why not kit some of them up for last minute gifts? The patterns are so affordable, that the kit price will be attractively priced as well.
2-1/2 inch strip friendly:
10-inch square friendly:
Fat Quarter Friendly:
These are due to arrive the first week in December so place your order now.
If you are not familiar with Villa Rosa Designs, they are simple quilt patterns that are printed like post cards, and are so reasonably priced, you won’t be able to resist buying several! They are the perfect little something to let a quilting friend know that you are thinking of them.
Here is a taste of their latest releases which will be available next month.
The affordability and simplicity of these patterns make them the perfect choice to kit and offer as classes! Why not buy several and start a display by the register?