Saturday, December 13, 2014

Winter Patterns

I now have 16 patterns on  I thought that I would feature some of them that would be great for this time of year.

The first one is Winter Wonderland.

This quilt can be used for a wall hanging or would look lovely in the center of a table. It is easily made using rotary cutting and a simple half-square triangle technique. I also used a fusible web to do the appliques, which helped make this a quick quilt. I used a decorative feather stitch for the center of my holly leaves.  I love how the little shoofly snowflakes just seem to be floating.

Duck & Ducklings and Christmas Duck -

This quilt is based on the traditional duck & duckling block. The Christmas Duck wall hanging is also based on this block. The looks are different depending on your use of color. It is lots of fun playing with different color variations. The Christmas duck wall hanging also features a mitered border. I decided to try a border stripe and love the way it turned out!  This pattern contains directions for a larger quilt too.

Ribbon Star Table Runner -

This tablerunner is easily made using rotary cutting and quick piecing techniques. It makes up so quickly that a friend of mine made about 10 of them for Christmas gifts. This quilt would also look great in colors to match your home or for any season.

All of these would be great for display during the holidays or winter season.  They also make great gifts!

Happy Sewing,

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