Hi! I'm Christine.
My family and I started Amelie Scott Designs back in 2008. It was just the perfect business for our family. I love to sew and quilt and create, and so does my daughter. My ...
Hi! I'm Christine.
My family and I started Amelie Scott Designs back in 2008. It was just the perfect business for our family. I love to sew and quilt and create, and so does my daughter. My husband, Mark, has degrees in English, and used to be an editor. (Yes, I sleep with the editor to get myself published, but it has worked well for 25 years so why not.) Back in 2008 my son was taking a web design class in high school, so he was put in charge of our website. Being a teenage boy, he was not keen on a "sewing business," and would tell his friends and teachers that we "sell 'stuff' out of our basement." Later though, he took over creating all the wonderful diagrams we have in our patterns. He is now studying to be an accountant, and is slowing taking over the books. I also work and teach part time in at Quilt Beginnings, in Dublin, Ohio.
People often ask us how we got our company name. My daughter's middle name is Amelie (named after my favorite ancestor and pronounced (uh may lee), and my middle name is Scott.
I hope you enjoy making up our projects as much as we enjoy creating them! Send us pictures! We LOVE seeing your finished projects.
This quilt combines the simplicity and fun of our Bundle of 12 designs and a striking, somewhat contemporary design to make a very unique and enjoyable project.
Akiane's Bubbles starts with a bundle of 12 neutral fat quarters and 1-1/2 yard of a contrasting fabric. This design again combines our popular Bundle of 12 and DigiQuiltTM concepts, which means that the design is fun and easy, and offers optional digital quilting so that you can have the exact look of the samples.
Complementary tools and techniques introduced in this pattern include:
Circle cut tool
Click here to learn more about our exclusive DigiQuiltTM concept.
And in case you're wondering about the name: it's pronounced "ah-kee-ah-nuh," because the design of this quilt was inspired by a painting from a child prodigy artist by the same name.