I have been designing my own quilt patterns off and on now for several years. Some have been to use as a guild block of the month or a challenge. I was challenged on a quilting website that I follow to cut up my scraps into 2.5” squares and use them in a quilt design. I did not get mine done in time for the challenge but I was still intrigued with using up my scraps. That may take several years yet but I decided to put up the tops that I have designed because many have asked me for the pattern. Some of these tops I designed using my EQ7 program. It could easily be done without EQ7 because the math is very easy – otherwise I could not do it. Not all of the patterns for sale are made using these 2.5″ squares.
I am a quilter on a budget. I can’t afford to buy big name brand company’s patterns, fabric lines and all the gadgets and rulers that are required to make them. Nor can I afford a professional photographer. So even these quilt patterns were photographed and made by me on my home computer without all the fancy drawing apps or software with which others have to design them. I use MS Word. If you buy one of my patterns it will be a .pdf pattern – meaning you will need the Adobe Reader to read them. You can download and install the Adobe pdf Reader for free at this link if you don’t have it. https://get2.adobe.com/reader/ The patterns are available only as a downloadable file. Once you purchase a pattern you will be able to download the pattern within 2-3 days of purchase. Patterns are not available in a hard copy.
I am an Oklahoma fiber artist who enjoys both traditional and contemporary quilt designs. Please take time to visit my shop to view my other works, visit my blog and feel free to contact me with questions. I teach locally, exhibit locally and nationally and am open to commissions.