Sunday, 5 May 2013

Free Quilt Pattern Coming Soon

Free pattern for this Stars and Stripes quilt (designed by moi and made from the most beautiful fabric line - Indigo Crossing by Minnick and Simpson for Moda) coming soon to the Fat Quarterly blog.


Feel free to say how much you like this quilt as I am very proud of it.  It makes me feel like I'm a cowboy living in the Wild West corralling and lasso-ing livestock and singing country songs.

38 comments:

  1. Hahha well I for one *really* like the quilt, but I think I like your description of how it makes you feel even more ;) Don't think I'll be able to pass on the opportunity to whip this up before the 4th!

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  2. Finally a little love for the US after all those Union Jacks :) It's great Lynne.

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  3. very Annie get your gun then eh Lynne? Love the quilt by the way. the colour choice is great and works brilliantly

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  4. Love it, and really want the pattern

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  5. I DO love it! Thinking a smaller version for wall hanging!

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  6. This is a great pattern Lynne. I have a US friend who I would love to make this for. You are a clever clogs!

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  7. I just have to say yeeha!

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  8. What a neat way to work out the stars and stripes.... I wonder how I can do that with what I have on hand....

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  9. I really dig this quilt, dh says it needs red pfff I like that its different but my navy stash is sadly lacking

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  10. Fab pattern, would love to make this one!

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  11. love it! I bet I know lots of fellow Navy wives that would love this one! Looking forward to the pattern!

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  12. That's stunning. I have three boys, and not every quilt pattern is suitable for their taste, but flags definitely are and this one is lovely. One (or all) of them would adore having a quilt like this I think.

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  13. I can't do it here, but as I commented on IG: blue heart, blue heart, blue hart, blue heart. In normal English: I love this!!

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  14. Just gorgeous, really very beautiful, you should be proud of it.

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  15. Beautiful! This would be a great Quilts of Valor quilt for returning soldiers.

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  16. Beautiful, I would love to do one like it for my husband.

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  17. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! I won fabric scraps of Indigo Crossings from Minick and Simpson's blog and really fell in love with this fabric. I bought a FQ set of 12 and hope that I will be able to make your project from these fabrics.

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  18. I just love it! All that blue, and it's so unique. Great job!!

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  19. West of what? This is a great design!

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  20. this is a beautiful design Yeah for Lynne. Clapping wildly!

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  21. Neato quilt... and I can't wait to get my hands on Indigo Crossing. The name alone tells me I will love the fabrics.

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  22. Yes, it is quite wonderful! It is truly a work of are!

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  23. You should be proud of your quilt, it is lovely and very western. I love the Minnick and Simpson lines and am a sucker for a stars and stripes pattern although I'm not even American.

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  24. Fabuluss - you should be sittin' on that fence with your gee..tar.

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  25. This is gorgeous and yup I'll just jump on my hoss and round up the cattle. Great colours and pattern for a guy.

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  26. Pat yourself on the back because you deserve it. This quilt is a winner and will surely be replicated a lot. I've been waiting for a patriotic quilt like this to make a wall-hanging for my blue bedroom and also to make a twin sized quilt with three stacked flags (Does this sound familiar?).

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  27. You can find the look that I am after, with this quilt, at this link ---> http://www.hgtv.com/dream-home/hgtv-dream-home-2012-bedroom-two-pictures/pictures/index.html

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  28. Really love it too. I like the way it makes me think Patriotic thoughts. I know you have to be bursting at the seams with how beutiful this came out.

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  29. love the quilt. it's wonderful!!!

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  30. That is really beautiful Lynne, those aren't colours I would have thought I'd like together but it works really well and totally evokes plaid shirts and denim - yeeha!

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