Friday, September 8, 2017

A Wildflower Meadow Virtual Trunk Show

You've seen Jackie's new collection, A Wildflower Meadow. Now see the prints in action! Jackie has five patterns featuring the fabrics; one is a free download on our website and the remaining four are available for purchase on her website.

 Read what Jackie has to say about each pattern: 

Mother Nature’s Garden: This pattern uses two classic blocks—eight-pointed stars and then friendship stars in the sashing. The stripe creates an impressive finish on any quilt, and I used the cream blender print right next to it to make it look seamless.
Click here to download the free quilt pattern. 

Chevron Wildflowers: This quilt is a chevron Log Cabin, all made with the split stripe fabric. It’s fast and it looks great!
Click here to find the pattern.

Confetti Stars: The big centers of the stars showcases the larger prints. The colors in the stripe inspired the confetti chain of tiny squares that connect the stars.
Click here to find the pattern.

Indian Paintbrush Star: This is a Lone Star variation. It’s probably my favorite from this collection—I love the way it looks. My sample is traveling in a trunk show right now, but when it comes home, I’ll find a spot for it in my house. I chose to feature the salmon color because it goes so well with the Indian Paintbrush print on black.
Click here to find the pattern.

Walk on the Wild Side: This quilt can be a five-unit Block of the Month—four blocks plus the assembly. It’s made primarily with the coordinate prints, and then the wildflowers in the setting triangles. The center is the most labor-intensive part of the whole quilt.
Click here to find the pattern.

Click here to see the entire A Wildflower Meadow collection.
Click here to read Jackie's interview about her new fabrics. 
Click here to visit Jackie's website.

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  1. I really love these fabrics! The quilts are gorgeous. Thank you for the free pattern.

  2. So many different looks from one fabric. Can't wait to see the beautiful prints in person.