Patterns for Sale

Below you'll find the patterns I've designed. My patterns are currently available as digital downloads in my Etsy shop.

Please email me if you're interested in purchasing a pattern or carrying it in your shop. If you make a quilt using one of my patterns, I'd love to see a photo! Thank you for your support! 

Stripe-Tacular
Quilt size: 58" x 72" or 36-1/4" x 45"
Easy strips stitch together to make a dynamic modern quilt with an optical illusion effect. Pattern available in two sizes.
Shown here using Painter's Palette Solids from Paintbrush Studio Fabrics.
Purchase the pattern here.


Tulip Row
Quilt size: 46" x 58" or 60" x 72"
This quilt is designed specifically for precut strips, making assembly quick and easy! Tulips are always a favorite, and cheery feedsack prints up the happy factor. Quilt is pieced with appliqued leaves and circles. 
Shown here using the Sugar Sack 2 collection by Whistler Studios for Windham Fabrics. 
Purchase the pattern here.


On the Go
Quilt size: 48" x 56" baby quilt; 64" x 80" lap quilt
This modern design features just ONE block with just ONE seam. Super easy! The quilt creates so much motion and can be made with a fat quarter bundle plus background. Shown here using the Catch & Release collection by Mister Domestic for Art Gallery Fabrics.
Purchase the pattern here.



Twirled Squares
Quilt size: 56" x 70"
This pattern surrounds focal print squares with two framed borders (made using a solid and a stripe) to create a diagonal wavy design. Finished blocks measure 14" square. Shown here using the Food Trucks collection by Jeannie Phan for Paintbrush Studio Fabrics.
Purchase the pattern here.



ZuZu Squares
Quilt size: 60" square
This pattern uses improv piecing to create a dynamic, colorful design. Strip piece the black and white strips to create your own stripes, or choose a striped fabric for a similar look with less sewing. Finished blocks measure 15" square. 
Purchase the pattern here.


That's a Swirl!
Quilt size: 37-1/2" square
This pattern uses applique and reverse applique to create swirl blocks that pop off of a contrasting background fabric. This pattern requires a lot of cutting but very little sewing! The swirl template fits on one 8-1/2" x 11" page for easy transferring onto fusible web. Also included is the bonus chocolate version because I thought these swirls looked so much like fancy chocolate truffles! Shown here in Michael Miller Fabrics' Boho Boutique collection.
Purchase the pattern here.



Ebb & Flow
58" x 68"
I named this quilt Ebb & Flow because of how the two different blocks appear to weave in and out or back and forth like ocean waves. The sewing is simple, so this quilt assembles quickly. It's a great graphic and modern design. Shown here in Windham Fabrics' Gemstone prints. 
Purchase the pattern here.



Ribbon Weave

Quilt size: 37" square
Believe it or not, this idea started as a Snail's Trail as well, but then I made more changes to the block. I love interlocking designs, and this one is easier to make than it looks. It features four blocks around a center unit, and then a cool looking pieced border treatment that creates the illusion of overlapping. Shown here in Shelley Cavanna's Gloaming prints. 
Purchase the pattern here.




Rolling Waves

Quilt size: 48" square
This wave block is actually a variation of the Snail's Trail--it's all in the fabric placement! It's made using simple quick corners and other diagonal joins. Rolling Waves measures 48" square: Sixteen 12" square finished blocks. Make more blocks for a larger lap or bed quilt. Shown here in Benartex's All About Color prints. Try it in shades of blue solids for a true water look.

Purchase the pattern here.


Star Crossing

Quilt size: 48" square
Descending sized stars explode out from the center of this colorful design. Star points go together quickly using both half-square triangle and flying geese unit methods. The quilt is shown in Hoodie Crescent's Ring Ring fabric collection--retro telephone prints, pencil strips and text tonals in pink, orange, green and blue, plus black and gray.
Purchase the pattern here.



Calculate This! 
Quilt size: 52-1/2" x 74-1/2".
The perfect quilt for your favorite mathematician! This pattern combines easy piecing with applique to create a realistic looking lap-size calculator quilt! It'll keep you warm, but it won't solve math problems! 
Purchase the pattern here.





Quilt size: 57-1/2" x 76-1/2".
This pattern twists and turns to create the appearance of interwoven strips of fabric. It's actually made with quick corners and pieced strips, so it's easier than it looks! The designs is shown using Jackie Robinson's Wave Texture collection--beautiful textured tonals. Large 19" square blocks make a generously-sized throw by sewing just 12 blocks. 
Purchase the pattern here.




Quilt size: 36-1/2" x 48-1/2"
This wonky Log Cabin variation is a perfect introduction to improvisational piecing; just enough direction to give you confidence combined with the freedom to make it your own! If you're already familiar with improv piecing, you'll have fun using color placement to create spirals; if this is your first improv pieced project, don't worry! the directions and diagrams will walk you through it. Very little measuring necessary!
Purchase the pattern here.





1 comment:

  1. Hi! I met your husband at Seminary when he realized that I am a quilter too! Your ideas are beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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