Saturday, 1 May 2021

New Quilt Patterns!

This year more than ever my customers have made the most of my blog and Pinterest pages to get ideas of patterns they want on their quilt and how it may look on theirs.  I charge the same price for all of my  longarm quilting patterns because my aim is to make your quilt look the best it can and I don't want that compromised by the pattern.

So here are some new ones.  The first is Cloisonne designed by Valerie Smith and Patricia Ritter of Urban Elementz.  I have got to use this one already with spectacular results - can't wait to show you.  Also here 'Plumeria party' and 'Orange Blossom' designed by Christy Dillon of My Creative Stitches.

'Cloisonne' designed by Valerie Smith and Patricia Ritter 
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'Plumeria Party' designed by Christy Dillon
'Plumeria Party' designed by Christy Dillon


'Orange Blossom' designed by Christy Dillon
'Orange Blossom' designed by Christy Dillon

Jennie's On Point Orange, Green and Blue Quilt with Diagonal Plaid Bias pattern

Jennie's Quilt


I hope you are enjoying the Bank Holiday weekend.  I am catching up on jobs and in between I started to browse through some photos of customer quilts.  So many quilts pass through the doors of Fabadashery Longarm Quilting that I don't always have the time to share them all on my social media.  Here is one made by Jennie, which used up some of her stash, which I think a lot of us have had to do that this year. 

Diagonal Plaid Bias Quilt design
Diagonal Plaid Bias Quilt design

The digital quilting pattern on this quilt is called Diagonal Plaid Bias.  It has the feel of a cross-hatch, but cleverly has softened edges to make for smoother stitching and is more forgiving when the lines don't match with the piecing.  Great for men's quilts too.
Diagonal Plaid Bias Quilt design
Diagonal Plaid Bias Quilt design