Look! My Stamped quilt is in the May/June issue of Quilty magazine. I made this quilt for market last fall, using fabrics from my Stamped collection. It looks like there are some really nice quilts in this issue, especially love this Tree Everlasting quilt. The quilt shown above on the cover was designed by Brigitte Heitland.
I made the quilt in an improvisational way, changing quite a bit from my initial sketches as I went along. But it’s an easy quilt to make with strip piecing and half-square triangles. I think it would be interesting to see it in solids. Oh, and that’s my Rings print in yellow from Folk Modern under the magazine here in these photos. The collection was shown at Portland Quilt Market and should be shipping to fabric shops soon!
I made this small quilt from my Folk Modern collection to send to Quilt Market this weekend. It’s a variation of a quilt from my upcoming book, 1, 2, 3 Quilt. Triangles! In the book I made the quilt with all solids, but this one has a crazy amount of pattern in it. I used five of the six prints from the collection in each of the three colorways (15 fabrics total), plus a chambray linen blend. Shops can order the collection from Seven Islands now or at Quilt Market and I think it will be shipping soon!
A couple of detail shots:
Here’s another sample that I sent to Quilt Market. A simple table runner. I was thinking of writing up a quick tutorial on this block if anyone is interested. Very easy and I think it would make a nice full-sized quilt.
Sadly, I’m not going to Quilt Market in Portland this weekend, but these samples of Folk Modern are headed there. If you’ll be in Portland, be sure to check out the Seven Islands booth to see the entire collection!
FYI – the little dress is Oliver + S’s Roller Skate Dress in a size 2, the pillow is a variation of a quilt block I made for Modern Quilt Blocks. Hopefully I’ll get around to writing a tutorial for it. And the handbag is a variation of the Tiered Bag in 1, 2, 3 Sew (with an additional strap and more pleats).
Head over to Kokka’s blog to see a few projects made with my Stamped fabric collection. The blog is in Japanese, but if you use Chrome, then Google will ask if you want it translated, then it will translate it hilariously. I love these triangle pouches that Kokka made — I need to try making some of these soon.