Hi, do you love to create beautiful embroidered, quilted, crocheted or hand sewn items? Me too! I've been teaching quilting for the past 30 years and fell in love (seriously in love!) with crazy ...
Hi, do you love to create beautiful embroidered, quilted, crocheted or hand sewn items? Me too! I've been teaching quilting for the past 30 years and fell in love (seriously in love!) with crazy quilts just a few years back. My first book, Embellishing Crazy Quilts, contains dozens and dozens of seam treatment diagrams and embroidery designs. I also love to add silk ribbon and bead to my works. It became very frustrating as a teacher to reference good instructional material for silk ribbon embroidery and other techniques. So, I now design and create my own stitch guides, templates, and patterns. I hope you will find something here on my Craftsy site that you like. Some are free as instructional handouts...and some are for a minimal fee to offset the cost of my time and supplies. I truly hope you find all of these enjoyable!View all patterns by designer (12) »
In 1993, Mary Whitehead, self-published a simple knot pattern booklet that changed my life! My favorite design to create and to teach was her Gordian Knot. It has two colors and was pieced on point.
This Celtic Knot pattern was inspired by Mary's Gordian Knot.
This pattern has 3 colors in the ribbon design and is set straight instead of on point. The pattern has NO bias edges and no triangle pieces.
The header on the quilt allows it to be long enough to tuck under the pillows without loosing sight of the beautiful knot design.
The pattern has complete color layout, color cutting charts, and dozens of pages of detailed cutting instructions. This is NOT a hard pattern to sew, but does take some time to cut out. The pattern is 34 pages because there are photos of EVERY single piece that is being sewn in the design. You are guaranteed not to mess up this quilt if you go slow and read each page.
The pattern was tested by five quilters ranging in skill level. And ALL six finished and love their quilt! You will be amazed at the ease of construction...and the surprise result!
I have taught this pattern for about 15 years in Alabama, Tennessee, Florida, and Mississippi and all of my students love the piecing process and the gorgeous quilt they can create!
It takes about a day to cut out all the pieces and another day to sew up the center medallion. So, in total, allow at least a week for washing/drying fabric, cutting fabric, piecing, and assembling the quilt before quilting.
I hope you enjoy the pattern...it is a work of love!
SALE! SALE! SALE!
In celebration of my grand-daughters birthday...all of my patterns are 50% until Monday, 4 October 2013. This discount is not shown within the price posted. They will go back to regular price on Monday.