Dresden Plate Quilt, fat 1/4 quilt, New lap quilt pattern, New Pattern Sample, Tiny Dresden quilts

Earlene, Just in Time for #nationalsewajellyrollday

Did you know that today is #nationalsewajellyrollday?

I have several patterns that are Jelly roll friendly,

but Earlene is brand new & the PDF is now on my website!

You can purchase & download Earlene on my website today

then choose your 3 jelly rolls,

fat 1/4 collection

or your fabrics from your stash

& start sewing tonight!

When I started making the Tiny Dresdens

I was just having fun using some of my most favorite fabrics from my stash.

 

You may notice some old Jo Morton,

some new Jo Morton.

Some old Brannock & Patek,

some newer Jan Patek.

Some old Barbara Brackman,

some newer Barbara Brackman.

All-time quilt favorites of mine!

Next thing I know, a design popped into my head

that would make the perfect jelly roll or fat 1/4 quilt.

A perfect way to make yourself a generous lap size quilt

with your favorite quilt fabric stars.

Who are your favorite quilting stars?

Just Keep Sewing…

Susan

2 thoughts on “Earlene, Just in Time for #nationalsewajellyrollday”

  1. Hi Susan.
    I’m going to start the Xmas quilt from the 2018 quilt mania. ( so excited)

    My question is do I use the little mini Dresden.
    I found the directions a little hard to follow for me.

    Going to take the plunge !

    Any tips will be great.

  2. I believe you’re referring to “A Merry Christmas To You”. The paper template in the magazine is the same as my Tiny Dresden plate plastic template, #216. They have less space to allocate for each quilt in a magazine, so they simplified my instructions a bit. You will find details & tips for making the quilt if you want to follow my Quilt-Along for that quilt. It’s on my blog starting here: https://suznquilts.wordpress.com/2019/02/06/a-merry-christmas-to-you-quilt-along-week-1/
    Let me know if you have further questions.
    Thanks,
    Susan

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