Sunday, March 10, 2019

Spring Tulips

Hi.  I wanted to share a pattern that's coming soon from my shop, sponsored by Island Batik.  

I used EQ7 to design this a few years ago, and updated it for the Blossom collection, a lovely collection that should be shipping to stores soon.  It features gorgeous shades of pink, lavender, teal and a touch of yellow, in paisley, drops, leaves and vines.  Perfect for Spring accents around your house, or a sweet girl's quilt. 

I hope to have this pattern ready for release soon.  I am working on the directions, and then will get it to the printer.  It's foundation pieced, but fairly easy enough for a confident beginner, and a great first foundation pieced project.  Plus it's so pretty on a table, and I've included a coordinating placemat group from the extra fabric.  You need about 1/4 yard of a few colors, plus yardage for borders, binding, and background.  

I've done this design a few times, in screenprinted fabric, as well as an older collection from Island Batik.  

Thanks for visiting, and I'll let you know when the pattern is ready tor sale.  

1 comment:

Gene Black said...

These tulips are fun. I love the four patch between the heads on alternate sides.