As a quilter, you make beautiful art. But what about all those little scraps? Do you save them? use them for small projects? Stuff things with them? Or just throw them away? The economy has us all trying to be more thrifty. So I've designed this quilt with that in mind.
Each block has corners being cut off. Rather than wasting that cut off fabric, I am sewing them into blocks. I am including directions to make two additional baby quilt tops from these little blocks! The yardage includes borders for these two tops as well.
This quilt was originally designed as a mystery quilt, so the steps are presented as "clues". This pattern is presented in only one size, and is written to be easy for beginners, but still interesting enough for seasoned quilters.
I'm Shannon, and I'd like to thank you for visiting my store! I am a stay at home mom retired from engineering. I'm married with two boys. I'm also a quilter, pattern designer, and even a fabric ...
I'm Shannon, and I'd like to thank you for visiting my store! I am a stay at home mom retired from engineering. I'm married with two boys. I'm also a quilter, pattern designer, and even a fabric designer! I've been quilting since the end of 2006, and designing patterns since 2010. I have a few completed so far, with several more in varying states of incompletion. I also have several fabric designs available from my spoonflower store. Now that I'm home every day, I am working on completing more patterns and fabrics so I can continue to stay home with my boys. Your purchase of my patterns supports my ability to do that!
So now you've seen my patterns! You can see my fabric designs at http://www.spoonflower.com/profiles/shannonmac. I have a collection called Monkeying Around that goes with my pattern of the same name. And feel free to visit my blog at http://shannonmacdesigns.blogspot.com.