Spring 2011 Pattern Release

Yay! It’s finally here.

This spring’s release is in two posts — this one with the ‘normal’ patterns and this one with the new Fine Art Series. Check them both out.

Patterns will begin shipping the first week of May but are in the shop for pre-order now.

Yardage requirements for all patterns can be found here.

Let’s take a look at the new stuff shall we?

No. 042 — Miscellany

042Cover

All those shapes, all the patterns, they all fit together, somehow. We’re still working out precisely how.

Includes directions for making five sizes:
Crib – 40″ x 50″
Lap – 60″ x 60″ (pictured)
Twin – 76″ x 96″
Queen – 96″ x 96″
King – 110″ x 96″

Assembly diagram is in color. Fabric is Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton Solids.

042_001 042_002 042_003

No. 043 — Dollop

043Cover

Few drops of color here, a few drips there, pretty soon we’ve got ourselves an octagonal deluge.

Includes directions for making five sizes:
Crib – 46″ x 54″ (pictured)
Lap – 62″ x 66″
Twin – 78″ x 102″
Queen – 102″ x 102″
King – 110″ x 102″

Assembly diagram is in color. Fabric is Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton Solids.

043_001 043_002 043_003

No. 044 — Sprout

044Cover

When you think “organic”, you don’t usually picture straight lines, perfectly parallel and measured. These little stalks had a different idea of how to grow, though.

Includes directions for making five sizes:
Crib – 42″ x 50″
Lap – 60″ x 60″ (pictured)
Twin – 76″ x 98″
Queen – 96″ x 98″
King – 110″ x 98″

Assembly diagram is in color. Fabric is Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton Solids.

044_002 044_001 044_003

No. 045 — Motley

045Cover

Traditionally, plaid is supposed to be subdued. Dark. Boring, even. Not cheery, and certainly not art deco. Apparently we did it wrong.

Includes directions for making five sizes:
Crib – 42″ x 50″
Lap – 60″ x 60″ (pictured)
Twin – 76″ x 98″
Queen – 96″ x 98″
King – 110″ x 98″

Assembly diagram is in color. Fabric is Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton Solids.

045_001 045_003045_002

7 thoughts on “Spring 2011 Pattern Release

  1. Leila

    Oh my word! You have been busy! I can’t wait to see pics of the Fine Art series when they get back from being quilted.

  2. Joanna

    They’re all precious! Sprout looks like one of my favorite dec. stitches on my machine. Motley looks like modern argyle to me! LOVE it!

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