Friday, February 2, 2018

Wonderlust Blog Hop: Day 4 + Free Pattern Friday

What can you make with Paula Nadelstern's gorgeous Wonderlust fabrics? The question, really, is what can't you make...
Our Wonderlust blog hop this week features four different projects by four different designers. Follow along to see where their inspiration led them, and find out how you can enter to win a bundle of Wonderlust prints. 

Stephanie from Stitched Together Studios chose a design that highlights the Electric Slide print, surrounded by the fiery red and orange Marbella prints. They all pop off of the black background! Head over to Stephanie's blog, where she'll show you how she made this hot and spicy quilt (hint: it's easier than it looks!). You can also enter for a chance to win a fat quarter bundle of Wonderlust prints. 

Here's Stephanie:
When I was approached to participate in the Wonderlust Blog Hop, I knew right away that I wanted to make a 36” square quilt. For those of you that don’t know, Paula and her friends create a gallery display of 36” square quilts each year to showcase her latest collection. I have been honored to create 3 of these mini quilts. I Usually I gravitate to her blue/purple/turquoise colorways, so this time I challenged myself to use her warm colors. “Sun Star” is the result, I hope you like it as much as I do.

Be sure to follow along for all 4 days of our Wonderlust blog hop!

Click here to see more of the Wonderlust collection and read an interview with Paula. 
Click here to see the entire Wonderlust collection.
Click here to visit Paula's website.  

We have one more design to share with you from Paula's Wonderlust collection. The free pattern, available on our website, is called Wonderwall. 
Click here to download the free quilt pattern.

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  1. Thank you for another great Blog Hop. I love all these gorgeous fabrics and have enjoyed seeing the projects everyone came up with.

    1. Thank you for the pattern also. It is so pretty.

  2. Sorry, there is no pattern just fabric chart and photo of quilt.

  3. Link for pattern only gives a photo and fabric required, not the how to, so I will go to the website.

  4. I enjoyed your trying out a new color wave! beautiful!