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No. 002 — Modern Rose Garden

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Inspired in part by the art of Dutch painter Piet Mondrian, the Modern Rose Garden quilt begins with simple rectangles and composes them into an eye-catching formal garden of interlocking lines. It can be brought alive with nearly any fabric line – and, if you’re willing to fussy cut, can beautifully highlight any designs they feature, large or small. You can use whatever fabric catches your fancy, whether modern or traditional – or you can just use scraps you’ve collected from previous quilts! Finished quilt measures 62″ x 62″.

$8.50 retail / $4.25 wholesale

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No. 004 — Off Your Rocker

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One glance and you’ll see that this traditional log cabin quilt isn’t quite … right. Perhaps it’s been built on shaky ground, or perhaps it’s spiraling up from a looney animated world into our own, but either way, this new spin on an old favorite is a lot of fun! Just choose twenty different fat quarters — be they bold and modern, subdued and traditional, or with a wacky personality of their own — slice and dice them a bit, and create one of the curviest quilts you can make while sewing only straight lines! Finished quilt measures 53″ x 66″.

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No. 005 — Ordered Chaos

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This quilt is a study in coherent chaos and balanced scrappiness. Its long lines and almost spiral arrangement draw the eye through a mixture of fine detail and large spans of prints. This makes it perfect as a showcase for your favourite prints, be they abstract or traditional, as it can show off those tiny details and also highlight large prints and panels like paintings in a gallery. Using straight lines and rectangular pieces, this quilt is straightforward to assemble, but the result looks anything but simple! Finished quilt measures 50″ x 60″.

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No. 007 — {mini} Modern Rose Garden

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A favorite of mine, Modern Rose Garden, has been reinterpreted in three different sizes perfect for decorating a little one’s world: a crib-size quilt, a smaller size perfect for a baby, and a third doll-sized pattern so that your wee one’s toys can match them! Make whichever one suits your fancy, or all three for a themed look.

Finished quilts measure:
crib: 56″ x 42″
baby 42″x 32″
doll: 18″ x 22″

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No. 008 — Rings of Diamonds

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This quilt starts from the most basic of building blocks: triangles. Four different triangles, laid out in an orderly manner, form a simple, dignified pattern from which emerges a menagerie of interlocking geometric shapes — diamonds, starbursts, chains of rings. Concentrating on rich colors and textures, you can choose to use subdued and elegant florals, bold and bright modern prints, or anything in between. tying this quilt to your decor and style. This pattern’s basic shapes will pull your chosen prints together in an elegant fusion of classical quilts and the inevitability of mathematics.Finished quilt measures 60 inches (152 cm) square.

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No. 011 — Golden Waves

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Finished quilt measures 63 x 65 inches (160 x 165 cm).

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No. 014 — Maeve’s Flower Boxes

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Finished quilt measures 40 x 50 inches (102 x 127 cm).

Note to owners of No. 006 — Looking at Me: This is essentially the same pattern but genericized (my husband insists that ‘genericized’ is not a word which I know it isn’t but I like it so it’s staying!) for life after Brown Bear fabrics.

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No. 015 — Raspberry Swirl

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Finished quilt measures 60 inches (152 cm) square.

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No. 016 — Mod Pod

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Finished quilt measures 57.5 x 65 inches (145 x 165 cm).

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No. 023 — Concentric

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Includes directions for making four sizes (lap size shown below):
Crib – 40″ x 50″
Lap – 60″ x 60″
Twin – 76″ x 96″
Queen – 96″ x 96″

Fabric is Grunge by Basic Grey for Moda Fabrics.

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No. 024 — Twisted

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Oh the tangled web we weave…*

Includes directions for making four sizes (lap size shown below):
Crib – 40″ x 58″
Lap – 60″ x 62″
Twin – 76″ x 96″
Queen – 96″ x 96″

*actual pattern contains little deception. No inset seams! Promise!

Fabric is Grunge by Basic Grey for Moda Fabrics.

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No. 025 — Life Imitating Quilts

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Fabulous manquilt. My husband even asked for one. Finished quilt measures 60″ x 60″ (152.4 x 152.4 cm).

Fabric is Robert Kaufman Radiance.

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No. 033 — Discontinuity

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

Cover quilt uses Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton Solids.

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No. 034 — Intertwine

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Includes directions for making five sizes (crib size pictured):
Crib – 40″ x 50″
Lap – 62″ x 60″
Twin – 78″ x 96″
Queen – 97″ x 96″
King – 110″ x 96″

Cover quilt uses Grunge by Basic Grey for Moda Fabrics.

$9.50 retail / $4.75 wholesale

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No. 035 — Carbonated

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

Cover quilt uses Fandango by Kate Spain for Moda Fabrics.

$9.50 retail / $4.75 wholesale

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No. 036 — Porcelain

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Includes directions for making five sizes (crib size pictured):
Crib – 41″ x 51″
Lap – 65″ x 65″
Twin – 85″ x 103″
Queen – 103″ x 103″
King – 137″ x 137″

Cover quilt uses Rural Jardin by French General for Moda Fabrics.

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No. 037 — Typography 101

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

Cover quilt uses Punctuation by American Jane for Moda Fabrics and Bella Solids.

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No. 042 — Miscellany

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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.

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No. 043 — Dollop

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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.

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No. 044 — Sprout

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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.

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No. — Motley

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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.

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No. 056 — Enigma

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Question: how is it that a throng of various triangles can assemble themselves together snugly into a perfect rectangular quilt? And all without pesky triangular inset seams?

Answer: it’s a mystery! Or — well — an enigma. Good thing we have a pattern to help figure it out!

Includes directions for making five sizes:
Crib – 42″ x 51″
Throw – 60″ x 69″
Twin – 78″ x 99″ (pictured)
Queen – 99″ x 99″
King – 111″ x 99″

Cover quilt uses Curio and Grunge by BasicGrey for Moda Fabrics.

$9.50 retail / $4.75 wholesale

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No. 057 — Slaphappy

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The night sky is full of stars — but have you ever thought how the daytime sky might look sparkling with those same stars? Perhaps a little like this. Or perhaps not. No matter — this quilt can brighten up the day or night (or a cloudy Seattle morning)!

Includes directions for making five sizes:
Crib – 40″ x 50″
Throw – 60″ x 70″
Twin – 76″ x 96″ (pictured)
Queen – 96″ x 96″
King – 110″ x 96″

Cover quilt uses Cross Weave and Bella Solids from Moda Fabrics.

$9.50 retail / $4.75 wholesale

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No. 058 — Couth

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Crisp lines, strong shapes marching in lockstep — a quilt fit for a castle. Actually, now that we mention it, it actually resembles a castle. Either way, this quilt will look quite sophisticated in your own throne room.

Includes directions for making five sizes:
Crib – 48″ x 54″
Throw – 66″ x 72″ (pictured)
Twin – 84″ x 102″
Queen – 102″ x 102″
King – 120″ x 102″

Cover quilt uses Cross Weave and Bella Solids from Moda Fabrics.

$9.50 retail / $4.75 wholesale

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No. 059 — Quietude

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Imagine a summer’s sky, a flock of sparrows flying north for the Spring. Or perhaps a rainbow. Heck, why not both at once? The point is that we have nowhere to be, nothing to do but gaze up and watch the shapes drift by.

Includes directions for making five sizes:
Crib – 45″ x 57″
Throw – 63″ x 66″ (pictured)
Twin – 81″ x 102″
Queen – 99″ x 102″
King – 123″ x 102″

Cover quilt uses Cross Weave and Bella Solids from Moda Fabrics.

$9.50 retail / $4.75 wholesale

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No. 060 — Pomaceous

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You’ve seen this somewhere, you’re sure of it. Perhaps a Fifties-era kitchen backsplash? Or the lobby to an ornate hotel at the height of the roaring Twenties? Good thing squares are timeless — and an even better that this iteration of a classic tile pattern is surprisingly easy to assemble. (I see the pattern every morning on our fifties-era shower floor. What about you?)

Includes directions for making five sizes:
Crib – 45″ x 54″
Throw – 63″ x 72″ (pictured)
Twin – 81″ x 99″
Queen – 99″ x 99″
King – 117″ x 99″

Cover quilt uses Little Apples by Aneela Hoey and Grunge by BasicGrey from Moda Fabrics.

$9.50 retail / $4.75 wholesale

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No. 061 — Circular Reasoning

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In what scientists are calling a “freak anomaly”, the Typography 101 quilt pattern has drifted too close to a singularity’s gravity well and has been distorted by the resulting vortex. The result is believed to be stable, but we recommend extreme caution while assembling this one.

Finished Dimensions: 75″ x 75″

Pattern includes full-sized diagrams.

$10.50 retail / $5.25 wholesale

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No. 062 — Ascend

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Zig-zags are the new black — fashionable, respectable, a tad predictable.

This is not those zig zags.

Includes directions for making five sizes:
Crib – 39.5″ x 51″
Throw – 59.5″ x 71″ (pictured)
Twin – 76″ x 96″
Queen – 96″ x 96″
King – 110″ x 96″

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No. 063 — Groove

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The Sixties gave us a very unique view of the world, the result of a cultural revolution, accelerating rate of technological change, and — to be honest — likely a bit of acid. If you want to experience a bit of that trippiness for yourself, may we recommend this quilt as a relatively safe form of mind-altering substance?

Includes directions for making five sizes:
Crib – 45″ x 54″
Throw – 63″ x 72″
Twin – 81″ x 99″ (pictured)
Queen – 99″ x 99″
King – 117″ x 99″

$9.50 retail / $4.75 wholesale

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No. 064 — Quilt-O-Matic

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Introducing Stitched by Carolina Patchworks (think of it as a micro imprint!). While the focus of the company remains quilts, it’s hard to resist a project like this occasionally.

The environment in which one creates inevitably has a subtle impact on the creation. When one is a quilt designer and one lives in a mid-1950s ranch … well, can you spot the influence this may have had on this embroidery and mini quilt project?

Finished Dimensions: 15-1/2″ x 15-3/4″

Pattern assumes basic embroidery knowledge. Includes full sized templates.

$8.50 retail / $4.25 wholesale

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