Part of the Simple Series. Matchstick is a simple quilt in four sizes that includes a to of negative space, prefect for free motion or matchstick quilting.
Baby 40" x 48"
Throw 47" x 64"
Twin 69" x 95"
Queen 83" x 95"
Part of the Simple Series.
Cathedral is a pattern that uses a raw edge appliqué technique where the edges are stitched and quilting happens in one step. Pattern includes templates.
Throw: 54" x 54"
Mini: 18" x 18"
The Color Plus pattern combines foundation paper piecing with typical quilting to achieve the end result, a distinctive blend of looks. Detailed, full color instructions with many diagrams are included, along with four pages of templates. Finished size is 60 x 60.
Quilt the rainbow with this full spectrum pattern! Detailed instructions, with a focus on creating beautiful color gradations, and many useful tips are included. Two versions are available. Finished size is 84x92 with notes included for smaller sizes.
We decided to add a useful tool for making cutting out all of the triangles in the Tessellation pattern faster and more accurate! A triangle ruler just the right size for trimming the edges. Pair it with a rotary cutter and spinning cutting mat and you'll breeze through this pattern.
Part of the Alison Glass Sew "Skill Builder Series!" This series is designed to build your skills as a quilter. Each pattern in the series teaches an important quilting skill, allowing you to learn, practice and master it through the creation of a beautiful handmade quilt.
Flight Path teaches and provides
Part of the Alison Glass "Simple Series!" This pattern is chosen for its modern design + simple construction. "Read Between the Lines" features "Text" and "Handcrafted" fabric by Alison Glass for Andover Fabrics. It's stricking simplicity and multiple size options make it a great pattern for this series. Throw 47"
Part of the Alison Glass Sew "Skill Builder Series!" This pattern is designed to teach imporant quilting skills. Piecing curves is a challenging technique. Many of us begin to feel a bit anxious at the thought, but curves are beautiful additions to quilting. Feeling comfortable with them will ad a