Wind Drifter includes instructions for two sizes. Make half-square triangles and lay them out to create a pinwheel of motion. The large size makes a great throw. The smaller size makes a stunning wall hanging.
In her words, this 67-1/2″ x 65″ quilt uses Fat Eighths prints to make a collector’s paradise. Blocks feature an assortment of jars, bowls, and vases sitting on shelves. Fun for home decorating themes or novelty prints like marbles and spools of thread, or pantry items like pickle jars and candy bowls. Patchwork piecing with stitch and flip corners make this a fun and creative quilt.
These pillow covers offer inviting messages of “Sit down + stay awhile”. The word pillows are sized at 22-1/2″ square and the plus pillow is a smaller 16-1/2″ square. The letters touch each other and look best with a variety of colors/fabrics of 1/8 yard each or fat eighths. Great project to use scraps or bundle pleasing color palettes of fabrics for these cheery pillows. Instructions are written with separate cutting and sewing instructions for each pillow so it is easy to only make one of the pillows.
These are due to arrive the end of this month so place your orders now.
Robin’s quilts are instantly recognizable – the signature of a true artist. I’m not sure if it is the crisp, clean lines….her color choices….or the way she explodes a block to make it new. Whatever it is it works – and here are three of her newest!
Celebrate the sunny side with Simple Solstice. Use a Charm Pack for the small Lap sized 35 x 45 inch quilt or a Layer Cake for the Twin sized 69 x 90 inch quilt. This quilt uses flying geese, half square triangles and stitch and flip corners with minimal matching of points, making it more novice-friendly. Large sun centers are good to show off bigger prints.
Forward slashes, backslashes, rectangles and half square triangles move around this lively, geometric quilt. Tell a color story, using 11 cuts of coordinating fabrics with added background sashing. You can also make this in a scrappier look using layer cake squares since pieces cut to 9.5 inches. Pattern includes sizes of Lap which uses 1/3 yard cuts, Twin using 1/2 yard cuts and Queen using 3/4 yard cuts.
This 71 inch square quilt uses half square triangles and patchwork pieces to make blocks with an added thin sashing for accents. Pattern uses a layer cake or you can use at least 24 squares sized 10 inches each. Pattern is revised and improved from earlier Fair and Square pattern.
Any of these would be great choices for kits – and all are in stock so order them now!
Hocus Pocus is a darling pumpkin quilt that is cut from 10″ squares, a fat quarter, background and binding. I have included a pic of the back of the pattern so you can see the yardage requirements. Why not cut your own and use up some bolts of orange, black and gray?
Her Cardinal quilt uses ten inch square as well:
Think Spring or even Christmas???
Some are in stock now – more are expected next week so order today!
Block Talk uses 40 – 10″ squares and panels, T-Shirts or a large focal print for the main squares. Add the accent fabrics and the kit is complete!
Hopscotch Happy uses 10 inch, 5 inch OR fat quarters!
Dwell 2 is a nice size quilt using 10 inch squares, a background, binding and one other fabric.
If you NEED 10 inch squares, we have them! Follow this link or search within the fabric tab for 10in squares – not everyone calls them layer cakes. Then you can click on the In Stock icon to see what is available when you are placing your order.
Kit on demand! Put pics of some layer cakes on Facebook with the names and as your customers order them, pick out the additional yardage required. They trust your judgment!
Bird Brain Designs – need I say more??? Her latest fabric line features her classic red that is the perfect compliment to her redwork. Sheltering Tree by Bird Brain Designs Collection from Maywood Studio.
This quilt kit is the perfect showcase for the Sheltering Tree panel. #KIT-MASCOH
I always know when a designer has style when her patterns are instantly recognizable as her own. I was looking at the newest patterns and didn’t even have to click on the pic to know these were Robin’s. She is that good and I am instantly drawn to her quilts!
Showering Stars is supposed to be a table runner and pillow covers but the pattern cover is so striking that I want to wrap them around canvas and showcase them on a wall!
This is a smaller version of her quilt by the same name:
Just look at her versatility!
All of these patterns are due to arrive this month so order them now so you will have them for your Spring Market event!