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Pattern Debut #4 & a Special!

While the traditional classics are usually my favorites, every once in a while I like to play around with a more modern look and pattern. This pattern is the result of one of those times. A simple triangle shape and a row construction gives you so many different options...

NOOKS & CRANNIES

Nooksorangelarge

... this is the version #1 from the pattern, made from our Breakfast at Tiffany's collection with that wonderful pumpkin orange dot as the sashing!

Nooksorangecloseup

... closeup of the same quilt. Love my quilter!

Nooksorangemedium

Today we actually have a few of the kits for the above Breakfast at Tiffany's version available at the moment, 3 to be precise. Click here for more info. Add "thanks" into the discount section of your checkout process and you will get 15% off the kit!

Nooksdoublelargephoto

... version #3 of the pattern places the sashing in a different place and with a different layout of the triangles, creates a completely different feel, almost like a more modern version of argyles. This sample is also made from Breakfast at Tiffany's.

Nooksdoublelargestyled

... a closeup to show the quilting on this version, small feathers to fill the triangles.

Nooksdoublecloseup

... another closeup.

Nookscranniespinkborder

... same quilt made from Buttercup [available Feb, 2011 with a pink border]. 

Bannerbuttercup
...this version is the one I call Banners, for lack of a better name, or version #2 on the pattern. This one is made from the Buttercup line.

Bannersfinal
... same version made from Breakfast at Tiffany's.

Nookscoverblog

.... the pattern cover shows a couple of the options and has more on the back.

Name: Nook & Crannies

Size: 59" x 59" to 62" x 65"

Fabrics Used: Breakfast at Tiffany's and Buttercup. Layer Cakes are the perfect cut to use for these quilts but of course your stash will do just as fine if you like.

Click here for more info.

Click here for the limited kits.

 

Talk to you soon.

 

Comments

Very cute Johanna. Makes me think of candy corn : )

Beautiful! How fun to get so many variations in one pattern!

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