Monday, 14 May 2018

Lattice a New Pattern Release

Back in February Sandra of mmmquilts! hosted the 30 Quilt Design Challenge. I decided to play along and had fun coming up with design ideas.
The next step in designing is writing some of these concepts into patterns. Today I am excited to be  releasing the first of one of those 30 designs.

I would like to introduce you to 'Lattice'.


'Lattice'  includes four sizes in the pattern - Baby (40'' x 40''), Lap (50'' x 70''), Twin (70'' x 90'') and Queen (90'' x 100'') size.  

finished quilt with  fmqing
Anja of  Anja Quilts tested this pattern pop on over to see her version. Thanks Anja!

You can purchase my pattern (pdf only) on Craftsy

I thought I would do a little giveaway to celebrate my new pattern. So if you want to win a PDF copy of this pattern. Leave a comment on this blog, one winner will be chosen. 
Deadline 11:59 PM May 21, 2018
All entries welcome.







9 comments :

Anja @ Anja Quilts said...

I love it in the green colour scheme. It was fun to once again test one of your patterns. Congratulations on the release.

Tish Stemple said...

Congrats on you pattern release! I really love how you have quilted this one!

Roz said...

Love this pattern for a baby or lap quilt, and of course with green being my favorite color, that just made it even better for me. would love to win this pattern. thanks for this opportunity.

Sandra Walker said...

I just LOVE seeing these designs come to life! Wow I love the cover you made for it too, and the QUILTING - yesss!

Preeti said...

Congratulations Cindy. It is a gorgeous pattern and so many possibilities with colors and prints.

Beth Rogers said...

What a fun, modern look! The color choices are great as well as the quilting for texture!

SUSAN KOOIMAN said...

I love it! I've got a pile of purples that will do well in this design. Good job, Cindy!

Lisa J. said...

This is a beautiful quilt Cindy. I am very impressed that you made a pattern. Awesome.

Sandy said...

I'm a little behind on reading blogs, so it's too late for the drawing, but I still wanted to comment. I have to say I really love this pattern! There must be a pretty big learning curve on writing instructions though. Good for you getting it done. It's lovely.