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Trellis Quilt Kit & Pattern feat. Nocturne - Twin-Sized $108.00
Trellis Nocturne Special Edition - PDF download $12.00

The Night Sky pattern by Stephanie Soebbing of Quilt Addicts Anonymous is now available in conjunction with the release of Stephanie’s first fabric collection, Nocturne.

Night Sky is one of my favorite projects that we have put together using Nocturne, my first fabric collection with QT Fabrics. This pattern was designed specifically to show off the fabrics in the collection.

We’ve got fussy cut owls, framed in woodgrain prints, easy half square triangles that use every print in the line, the feather background to give the eye a place to rest and borders that make use of the chartreuse to give it a pop of color and the trellis geometric print for the border. It really shows off the collection and I love it!

And as always we break down how to make this quilt perfectly at home. I go over how to make perfect half square triangles and make sure you don’t lose any of those points when you assemble your block and join your top.

The link to the PDF pattern will be sent to your email with your Completed receipt immediately following your purchase. Check your spam folder if you don’t receive it. You can also access your pattern after purchase by logging into your My Account page and clicking on the “Downloads” link. If you have any troubles accessing your download, please email help@quiltaddictsanonymous.com and he will send you your pattern link via email. Thank you!

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The Night Sky pattern by Stephanie Soebbing of Quilt Addicts Anonymous is now available in conjunction with the release of Stephanie’s first fabric collection, Nocturne.

Night Sky is one of my favorite projects that we have put together using Nocturne, my first fabric collection with QT Fabrics. This pattern was designed specifically to show off the fabrics in the collection.

We’ve got fussy cut owls, framed in woodgrain prints, easy half square triangles that use every print in the line, the feather background to give the eye a place to rest and borders that make use of the chartreuse to give it a pop of color and the trellis geometric print for the border. It really shows off the collection and I love it!

And as always we break down how to make this quilt perfectly at home. I go over how to make perfect half square triangles and make sure you don’t lose any of those points when you assemble your block and join your top.

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