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New Quilts

Now that Quilt Market is over and life is getting back to normal, whatever that is, I wanted to share some fun quilts that I designed for Riley Blake Designs.


This is a fabric line by Doodlebug Design called Christmas Candy and is available in stores now. It has cute candies, cupcakes, gingerbread men and more. The pattern is called "Wrapped Up In You" and can be downloaded here as a free pattern.


 This is a fabric line called Lola's Posies after Lila Tueller's new grand daughter Lola. It has cute flowers, dots and damasks. The pattern is called "Lola's Garden" and can be downloaded. 

Holly Jolly is designed by My Mind's Eye for Riley Blake Designs. It has a very sophisticated feel with ornaments, dots and damasks. The color palette is gray, red and green. It is called "Christmas Stars" and can be downloaded.


Happier is a line by Deena Rutter and has cute bugs, trees and flowers. The pattern is called "Starburst" and can be downloaded.


This is a line designed by Cyndi Walker of Stitch Studios. The line is called Daydream and is so full of cute gingham, florals and dots.The color palette is beautiful yellows, blues and corals.




 This line is designed by Shari of Doohikey Designs called Hoo's in the Forest. It is so whimsical and cute. The color palette is pink, yellow, blue and green. It would be so fun in a little girls nursery.




All of these quilts I have shown are free downloadable patterns through Riley Blake Designs. I designed these quilts with beginners in mind and with the desire to have someone piece them in a days work. 


Happy Sewing!

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  1. YAY....finishes...congrats! Pretty ones too!

    hugZ,
    annie
    rubyslipperz106.blogspot

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