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  • The Wyoming Wind Quilt is a simple pattern with a huge impact.

    While this pattern is not for a first time quilter, it would be manageable for a beginner quilter who has made 1-4 quilts. In this case, it would be a new challenge or an excellent way to learn how to make Half Square Triangles and Flying Geese. Excellent for a seasoned quilter as well.

  • The Painted Butterfly pattern uses raw edge applique and thread painting to create a colorful and fun design. Don’t be afraid of it, the pattern explains how to do every step.

     

  • Dandyridge follows modern quilt principles using simple Half Square Triangles for major impact.

    Size:
    Finished quilt: 60” x 72”
    Finished block: 12” x 12”
    Number of blocks total: 30 (Eliminate Row A for a 60” square quilt)
    Number of pieced blocks: 16

  • This is a super easy, raw edge applique quilt pattern for the whimsical inside you! Get your cow fix! It was featured on the cover of Make Modern Magazine, Issue 24.

    Size:
    Finished quilt: 54” x 68”
    Finished block: 9”
    Number of blocks total: 32

    Technique:

    • Here’s Your Sign uses raw edge applique techniques, which are super easy to learn and provide all sorts of freedom.
    • Quilt layout is on-point.
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