Favorite Art Quilt Patterns

 

Jean and the crew have picked out these great patterns as ones we'd like to work on ourselves.
We think you'll like them as much as we do!

To find out if any of these patterns have kits available,
please visit the 'Quilting Projects, Kits and Ideas' page.

 

Note: Whenever possible, orders for a single pattern will be mailed out free of charge.
Large patterns (8 1/2" x 11" or larger) will be mailed at a reduced rate.

 

Olive Wall by Carolyn Friedlander Pattern

 

Olive Wall
by Carolyn Friedlander

From her desk on Olive street in St. Louis, She watched a row of trees change through the year. a constant reminder of time and season something new to a Florida native. Olive Wall is named for that view. It can be made to reflect the seasons or time of day, or to tell a different story. In her cover sample, she uses a warm palette to represent the subtle variations of Florida's seasons, and stripes to emphasize the shape, grain, and direction of the tree limbs.

project size: 34″ x 33 ″
techniques: intermediate paper / foundation piecing, basic piecing
pre-cut friendly:can use fat quarters

pattern extras: how-to instructions with illustrations, suggested quilting diagrams, directions for making a hanging sleeve, instructions for mitered borders, 3 fabric scenarios including a stripe specific version.


Pattern: $12.50

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Olive Wall by Carolyn Friedlander Pattern

The Grove Quilt
by Carolyn Friedlander

Modern grove geometric, bold and ready to adorn your wall. Suit your tastes, make it scrappy or minimal. Intermediate paper piecing, with a cheat sheet and plenty of diagrams. Handy tip section

project size: 32″ x 46″
techniques: intermediate paper / foundation piecing, basic piecing
pre-cut friendly:can use fat quarters and fat eights
pattern extras: how-to instructions with illustrations, suggested quilting diagrams, directions for making a hanging sleeve


Pattern: $12.50

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Waterdance Barbara Shapel

Waterdance
by Barbara Shapel

Size: 19” x 57”
The sun or the moon – which will you choose? This pattern can be interpreted in either way. In any way, however, the value of the fabric will be important in making the overall results sing. By using an easy freezer paper machine appliqué method, this complex-looking design is actually quite easy to make! The pattern includes a master drawing and step-by-step instructions to complete the quilt. A contemporary fiber art design for the confident beginner to intermediate quilter.

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