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This quilt pattern was inspired by a stained-glass window which I saw while travelling with my sister in Europe. This is our most popular pattern, and we have also put out covers of the same quilt called Batik Stained Glass and Oriental Stained Glass.
This quilt pattern was inspired by a stained-glass window which I saw while travelling with my sister in Europe. This is our most popular pattern, and we have also put out covers of the same quilt called Aboriginal Stained Glass and Oriental Stained Glass.
This quilt was designed for the City Lights collection of fabric from Batik Textiles.
Crooked Tracks is one of our newest patterns and one which took a while to get exactly right. This quilt was inspired by the way a river flows around rocks, and the movement of the water.
The design for Crystal Flowers comes from several inspirations, including flowers and the light catcher crystals which you hang in the window.
Hanging Lanterns was inspired by a picture I saw of paper lanterns in bright colors hanging in a shop.
I was playing with the Storm at Sea pattern and discovered that you can make hearts within the pattern, which gave me the inspiration for this pattern.
This pattern was inspired by a small stained glass window that I saw in a small chapel in Scotland. The window only had five squares which were interconnected, but I have enlarged it to make a variety of quilt sizes.
I saw a quilt in a show, which was made up of squares and half-square triangles, which formed a large zigzag design, and I thought, what if the zigzags didn't all go the same direction and instead were wrapped around each other? This was the inspiration for this quilt pattern.
This pattern is a block of the month where the blocks are part of the larger design of the quilt block Joseph's Coat, which makes up the overall pattern of the quilt. It was made with the Dragonfly Spell fabric collection from Batik Textiles. This pattern sells for $16.00
I designed this quilt for my sister Michelle after she requested a quilt with stars inside of stars.
This was the first pattern I designed for Batik Textiles, and it was designed using the On the Ranch Collection by Batik Textiles. This quilt is one of a few that I have designed which use traditional quilt blocks on a larger scale, with additional quilt blocks inside of them to create the effects of the pattern.
This was one of my first patterns, and was designed while I was still using only graph paper and a pencil. I was playing with ways to put together simple blocks and create interesting patterns.
This idea for this quilt was inspired by my dad, who thought it would be interesting to have a quilt that was one border after another after another. I started with the center blocks and worked my way out, playing with different borders until I got a border that fit and looked good with the quilt.
I love the fun patterns you can get simply by cutting blocks apart and putting them back together again. That is the design basis for this quilt, which was made with the Shades of Grey fabric collection from Batik Textiles.
This quilt pattern was inspired by a stained-glass window which I saw while travelling with my sister in Europe. This is our most popular pattern, and we have also put out covers of the same quilt called Batik Stained Glass and Aboriginal Stained Glass.
The idea for this quilt came to me when I had a stack of flannel fat quarters and I wanted a simple quilt that used all of the fat quarters in the collection.
The pattern for this quilt was developed while trying to get another pattern idea to work, and I ended up liking this accidental pattern much better than the original one I had been working on!
This quilt alternates two blocks. A snowball block to show off large print fabrics and a block where you can have fun with the smaller prints in a fabric collection. This quilt was made with the Safari Rain collection by Batik Textiles.
I developed this pattern to be a block of the month, and it features smaller blocks inside of the traditional Rocky Mountain Chain block which makes up the quilt. This pattern sells for $16.00.
I wanted to design a quilt with rectangular blocks instead of square ones, and this is what it turned out like. This quilt was made with the Summer Safari fabric collection by Batik Textiles.
When my sister and I were living in Maine, someone used duct tape to decorate a fence near where we lived and that design was the inspiration for this quilt pattern.
Our family has lived in both New Mexico and Arizona, and the southwest designs that exist in that part of the world got me playing with ideas which ended up becoming this quilt pattern.
This pattern was developed at the same time as More Split Squares, and both patterns came from the same idea, putting simple blocks together in different ways to make intriguing patterns.
I loved designing Interlocking Squares, and wanted to design more quilts that had a similar feel to them, which is how I came up with the idea for this pattern.
This was the first quilt I ever designed, and the quilt that started this entire business! I wanted a quilt which would fit the extra long twin beds in the dorm rooms at school and I wanted something bright and cheerful, so I drew this pattern out and put it together.
This pattern was designed using the Moose Junction and Puffin Ridge Collections from Batik Textiles. I love star blocks, and I also really like symmetry in a quilt, and I drew the idea for this quilt while I should have been taking notes on a lecture I was attending.
I really like Irish Chain quilts, but thought that they would be even better if you used the traditional pattern and incorporated blocks inside of the blank squares. This idea led to the inspiration for this patriotic quilt pattern.
When I was living in Colorado, I visited a quilt store which was closing and bought about 14 different strip packs because they were on sale and really pretty. Then I thought I should probably design a quilt using a strip pack since I had so many, and that brought this quilt pattern to life.
This pattern was designed using the Xxxs and Ooos Collection from Batik Textiles. I like playing with quilts that are not put together in traditional blocks, and this quilt is put together in vertical rows.
I love a good flannel quilt, and wanted a pattern that would be easy and quick to make up in flannels, using the 5" charm squares that a friend had given me. I found coordinating fabric and came up with the idea for this pattern.
I wanted to have a table runner with a lot of hearts on it, but without a right side up or upside down, so that it would look good from both directions, and playing with that idea gave me the inspiration for this pattern.
My sister has a collection of teapots, and I thought that she might like to have a table runner with different types of teapots on it. That idea was the inspiration for this pattern.
I wanted a table runner which could work for Christmas, and thought about the idea of trees. Like with the Hearts Table Runner, I wanted trees that went both directions so that there was not an up or a down.
This table runner was inspired by winter, which reminded me of cutting out paper snowflakes as a child to decorate the windows. Those same snowflakes decorate this table runner.
I enjoy purse and tote patterns and wanted to develop some of my own, using strip packs. This led to the idea for this pattern.
After designing the Strip Pack Purse, I thought it would be nice to have a similar bag, but with a cover that made it more travel friendly. This led to the idea for this pattern.
Many of the tote patterns I had seen and made were very complicated, and I thought it would be nice to have a pattern for a simple tote which went together quickly and easily, so I developed this pattern.