Friday, August 27, 2010

Creve Coeur

Hello! I have finished the next layer cake pattern. The sample is quilted and the pattern written. It just has to be printed. This was a fun quilt to stitch, it goes together quickly. It would be great for someone new to applique. It measures 46"x46". It uses one layer cake and 1/2 yrd of green print for the sashing. I love the Maison de Garance fabrics but can definitely see it in alot of different colors. It would be a great kitchen quilt. Hmm... I do have that one wall....
On a different note, click on this link and check out Lori's Vicksburg quilt. It is gorgeous! She made hers entirely from her stash. Not only is it quilted and bound but has already been given away as a wedding gift. Pretty awesome! If you haven't finished yours yet maybe this will give you a boost of inspiration. Until later..
Happy Quilting,


  1. I absolutely love this quilt! Please let us know when the pattern is available!
    mine will be scrappy ;)

  2. what a fun quilt.
    I just love it -

  3. I would also love to know when the pattern is available as I love chickens and roosters. We raise them !!

    It's a great pattern and good choice of fabrics!!

  4. Love the roosters, definitely! :)

  5. The chicken design is a hit with me! A good use of a layer cake.

  6. Woohoo!! I love it! Congratulations!

  7. I love this quilt... the roosters will be a big hit!

  8. Oooh! How cute! I just love love love this Rooster quilt!!! I agree with you. It would make a wonderful kitchen quilt! :0) Please be sure to let us know when you have your patterns available. I am most definitely interested!

  9. Oh how I love this! I collect roosters and this is going to be a must make when the pattern in available.
    I may need to order myself a layer cake just to have it when the time is right!

  10. oooh! I really like this quilt!


  11. Oh wow, I have missed quite a few posts. Congrats on your new book the cover looks great. I love the rooster quilt.
    And you started the new BOM. I just finished the last block from the last BOM.
    Since I can't see the blocks do you think the new BOM would work with wool applique instead of fabric?

  12. I've just found your blog and I love this pattern. :) My sister lives in Jefferson City so I'm often up your way. I'm going to be following - I'm looking forward to your BOM. blessings, marlene

  13. Where can I get the rooster pattern?


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