If you have been reading this space for long, you know I am super fan girl for designer Katarina Roccella's fabrics. Here latest collection for Art Gallery Fabrics, Blithe, is just so perfect right now...wintry soft colors and pretty prints in frosty blues, dark plum, cream and gray, plus a touch of pink and gold.
I feel very lucky to be included in a blog tour showcasing these beautiful fabrics. You can find links to other makers and lots of inspiring projects on Katarina's website, Here.
For my Blithe quilt, I chose to make a baby size from my Dutch Windmill pattern. I...
I finally finished my baby Dutch Windmill quilt...this has been a work in progress (or, more accurately, a finished top needing quilting) for many months. I pieced it last November at the Sewtopia quilt retreat and had planned to quilt it myself, but recently I have really been trying to get some of my "in progress" quilts into the "finished" column, so I decided to send it to Darby to get quilted.
The pattern is my Dutch Windmill, available Here.
I used a bit of my stash of several favorites, including prints from Tula Pink, Alison Glass, and Denyse Schmidt's "Chicopee"....
Happy Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day! I am teaming up with Jane, owner of Quilter's Way quilt shop, to bring you a very beautiful bundle of fabrics and a quilting pattern to go with it.
Quilter's Way carries quilting fabrics, both paper and pdf download patterns, fabric bundles, and kits. Check out the Christmas fabric kit that goes with my "Jewel Box" Quilt pattern, Here.
If you are a new (or old) visitor to Color Girl Quilts, welcome! I have been quilting for about 14 years and writing my own patterns for about a year and a half. I like mixing...
I am so happy to bring you a new pattern in the Color Girl Quilts collection: Dutch Windmill. You can get on this site or on my Craftsy Shop.
First the basics: the pattern comes with fabric requirements and sewing instructions to make three sizes. The blocks are very easy and quick to make...perfect for a confident beginner. The baby size can be made in a day.
This design can be made using 5" pre-cut charm squares, larger pre-cuts like fat eights and fat quarters. My version was quilted with an interlocking geometric "bubble" design all over, by my favorite local...