Finished size is 59" x 74". This great fat quarter friendly quilt uses 12 fat quarters to create a scrappy look. Included in the pattern is an easy to use fabric diagram that allows the quilter to see visually how the quilt will go together. Don't think to hard about color choices. This quilt has the look of random color with ease of construction.
Having been introduced to fabric and sewing at a young age had a profound impact on my life. My mom taught me to sew, crochet and knit at the age of 7. I did not realize what an impact fabric and ...
Having been introduced to fabric and sewing at a young age had a profound impact on my life. My mom taught me to sew, crochet and knit at the age of 7. I did not realize what an impact fabric and fibers would have in my life at the time. She passed away when I was 8 years old and working with fabric has given me a lifelong connection with her. Fortunately, I come from a long line of strong independent women. I was also lucky enough to spend many summers and weekends with my grandmother who was an artist and encouraged me to continue working and creating with fabric. I sewed many of my clothes growing up and started quilting in the 1970's. I am a self-taught quilter and took my first quilting class after moving back to Kansas.
I owned a quilt shop, spent time as a fabric representative and was a pattern Distributor for over 200 pattern designer's. Designing my own line of patterns for 7 years has been an amazing creative journey. Legacy Patterns is named for the generations of entrepreneurial women in my family and I am proud to say that the legacy continues with my daughter. I am fortunate to have been married for 36 years to my husband, we live on the edge of the Flint Hills on a grass air-strip, and enjoy laughing with our grandchildren.
I draw my inspiration from many sources past and present. One of the things I enjoy most is working with color. I collect old quilts and fabrics and am drawn to both traditional and contemporary elements. I love anything made of wood, clay and metal. Objects made from these resources stand the test of time as well as celebrate the world we live in today.