Thursday, April 12, 2012

Country Picnic

I finally have jumped on board with PDF downloads.  I can't believe how long it has taken me to get this done, talk about tedious and redundant work.  After several weeks of working out all the kinks - I can finally say that most of my patterns are now available as PDF downloads. Yay!  And from now on all my patterns will be available in paper and PDF files. Took me long enough, sorry!  Best thing about this news is that my Quilting Templates are also downloadable files now too - no more waiting for me to email the file - that's a relief!

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Anyway - this cute quilt is the one that was featured in Quilts and More in Summer of 2010 - now I have it available as a pattern in my shop.  It's a Jelly Roll - Layer Cake pattern - or a good ole stash buster.  So, here it is in paper - and as a PDF

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I worked on my pattern fronts too - that was a lot of work, but I think they all look better now.  Be sure to check out my pattern page so you can see the improvements.

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Still one of my favorite patterns! :) 

And now for some pictures from my Flickr group. I am hoping more of you will join my Flickr group and show me how you have made up my patterns.  It is so fun to see the different fabrics used to make each pattern unique and fun.  So, join here and show me your projects!  I would love it!  

Green fairy butterfly quilt in periwinkle and green

This picture is of my Butterfly pattern from jndewalt21 photostream.  
I love how this quilt came together! So, cute!  
 
Flower Patch

Flower Patch done by Bonnie363 - oh my, I love it!  And I love how she quilted it.  This pattern is still at the top of my list of my favorite designs.  It is just so fun to make!  


This quilt pattern is Daisy Mae made by Love That Fabric's.  It turned out so cute! So, now comes the begging part - please share with me your pictures of your finished Green Fairy Quilts patterns.  If you don't have a Flickr account and want to share your pictures, just send me the photo and I will add it to the group.   

Okay - so there is no confusion - I have two pages of patterns now, paper and PDF - make sure you are on the right page when ordering. :-)

In other news, check out our Clearance Page, and we finally have Vintage Modern and Petite Odile in stock!

8 comments:

Hazel Raison said...

Oh I love the flower patch one and the quilting on it is so wonderful and really makes the flowers stand out.

Gingersnaps Fabrics and Quilts said...

I love country picnic!

Jenny said...

That's great Judi! I know how good that must make you feel...I know how long it takes to do all that. They look so good, love them all..but I really like the flower patch!

Bonnie said...

Judi, oh my!, how neat that you posted a photo of the quilt I made with your Flower Patch pattern on your site! I just LOVE LOVE LOVE that pattern, and it was a blast to make and quilt. I entered it into our local quilt show, Best of the Valley, and yesterday found out that it took second place. I know it was your pattern that the judges liked. I feel like I should say congratulations to you, too!

Nathalie St-Pierre Roths said...

Love the checkered tote and the Flower Patch. Very nice!


Nathalie
http://nathaliecalifornie.blogspot.com/

My first blog Giveaway: http://nathaliecalifornie.blogspot.com/2012/04/mary-see-concours-carte-cadeaux.html

Litamora's Quilt & Design said...

Lovely quilts! The quilting is just so awesome :o)
Have a great new week!

junie b 23 said...

I do believe that your quilting is the best I have ever seen!everything is so beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

doodlebugmom said...

I love them all. The red, white, and blue is striking!