Friday, February 23, 2018

Cat-I-Tude Virtual Trunk Show

Welcome to our virtual trunk show! You've seen Ann Lauer's Cat-I-Tude collection, and today she's sharing some of the quilts she has designed using these fun prints. Don't miss the free quilt pattern at the bottom of this post! 

I'm really excited with how the panel came out, and this quilt design (see two options below) shows it off beautifully! This wall quilt features the panel with a pieced border. 

Adding a second pieced border (and a few appliqued cats!) increases it into a lap-size quilt. 
Click here to find the pattern and kit.

"What's for Dinner"
This second runner and placemat set (you saw Dinner in Style here) uses the cat panel blocks with a little bit of easy piecing to finish them off. 

Click here to find the pattern and kit.

"Afternoon Delight"
This is one of my most popular patterns, and I love how it works with the cat blocks! You can piece this in an afternoon with fast flying geese units. 
Click here to find the pattern and kit.

This two-block design is easier than it looks! The stars and chains create wonderful frames for the cats.
Click here to find the pattern and kit.

"Color Me Happy"
This quilt uses just the coordinates from the collection. It's wonderful for showing off a focal print in the center squares. 

"Cool Cats"
This is the free quilt pattern available on Benartex's website. Delicately pieced blocks alternate with cats in hexagons--fun to make and fun to look at!
Click here to download the free quilt pattern.

Click here to see Ann's entire Cat-I-Tude fabric collection.
Missed our original post with Ann's interview about Cat-I-Tude? Click here to find it. 
Click here to visit Ann's website and find her Cat-I-Tude quilt patterns and kits.

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