Tuesday, June 4, 2013

The "Perfect" Pattern

Thank you so much for the wonderful pattern suggestions. Below the photo is a list with links to many of those quilts. You may find your "perfect" pattern lurking within the links.
Isn't this white wool applique gorgeous?! Nancy from Tom Minor Folk Art designed it and it is in the latest issue of Primitive Quilts & Projects which I won from Nancy.  Unless you are familiar with the pattern you probably wouldn't even notice that not all of my patterns pieces fit, so I improvised. Thank you Nancy!!

http://jenkingwelldesigns.blogspot.com/2012/10/new-patterns-out-soon.html
Green Tea & Sweet Beans

http://patchworkonstonleigh.typepad.com/patchwork-on-stonleigh/2013/05/sweet-william.html
Sweet William

http://janpatek.blogspot.com/

Primitive Primer
*Pinecones & Hollyberries
*Collector series
*Hospitality Sweets
Aunt Audra's Iris Garden

http://quiltsbycheri.com/

Folk Art Gatherings
Sweet Land of Liberty

http://www.thequiltedcrow.com.au/
Elegant Quilts, Country Charm

http://www.amazon.com/Primitive-Gatherings-Quilts-Accessories-Patchwork/dp/1564776506

Primitive Gatherings by Terry Burkhart & Rozan Meacham

http://www.countrythreads.com/shop-now/
Garden Club Quilt by Country Threads
Life in the Country

http://www.kimdiehl.com/frontpage
Kim Diehl quilts

https://www.frommyhearttoyourhands.com/Qstore/Qstore.cgi
Really considering **Remember Me
(not what I had originally planned but a nice way to showcase beautiful
fabric and have a fun appliqued border)

http://www.legendandlace.com/index.php?act=viewProd&productId=2
Tiptoe Through the Tulips

http://www.threadbear.com.au/online-store/product/view/29/84
English Basket quilt (sorry Carole, not even close to big, chunky applique,
although so beautiful!)
Phoebe quilt- A 100 year project for me!

http://www.minickandsimpson.com/pages/where_to_find.php
Spirit of Sacajawea

http://www.primitivegatherings.us/shop/index.php?act=viewProd&productId=13678
Evelyn's Album

http://karencunninghamdesigns.blogspot.com/
Irish Circles

http://www.rosemaryyoungs.com/
Amish Circle

22 comments:

  1. Every time I get an issue, I want to make things and then never get around to it, lol. I do want to make things though and love having the magazines in my library to have patterns that I can do later.

    Debbie

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  2. Oh, Remember Me! Love it and it looks to be your taste. Wouldn't that be beautiful with wools as well :0) The white wool block from Nancy is gorgeous with all the plaid, hounds tooth and herringbone wools. Thanks for the all the links, enjoyed the eye candy while sipping my coffee this morning. Have a great day!

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  3. I don't know if I've seen wool worked on a white background. Very different, pretty look.

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  4. WOW!!! Nice assortment of projects!!! And I love the wool appliqué. Is it looking for a home?? :-)
    My new sewing room has lots of empty wall space!!

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  5. Love your little white wool project! Very sweet. Great compilation of patterns. Good luck making your decision!

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  6. Love the piece you showed us... very nice neutral colors.

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  7. Oh I love it ...... folk art is always best improvised

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  8. I love your version, Lori!

    Nancy

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  9. Your white wool project is lovely! Sure enjoyed checking out all of your links! I really liked Remember Me :0)

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  10. Wow, some great inspiration, although some look pretty complicated! Cute prim wool project!

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  11. I know I don't get a vote but if I did, it would be the Remember Me quilt. I don't know how it would work with your fabric but the border is oh so you.

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  12. me gusta su trabajo con lanas
    saludos

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  13. Lovely wool applique, looks really fresh with all those neutrals. Remembering Me by Lori Smith is a good choice indeed, some piecing and some applique ... perfect! :)

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  14. This is lovely and warm looking Lori

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  15. This is a very large and varied list you have. Do you hope to pick only one as the 'perfect' pattern? Rather you than me for such a job! Your white wool piece is lovely.

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  16. I love the wool applique, such lovely warm colours.

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  17. Have you narrowed down your pick?

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  18. Love, love Nancy's pattern. She is so clever! I'm making Audra's Iris Garden right now, and its so fun! I'm substituting chickens for the cats though and love the way its turning out. Dreaming of a garden with chickens and beehives someday...

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  19. There is an interesting post about the English Basket quilt on Little Welsh Quilts & Other Traditions blog. Here is the copied URL of the post about it: http://littlewelshquiltsandothertraditions.blogspot.com/2011/12/baskets-on-quilts.html
    I had fun looking at all the referenced sites - thanks! It'll be fun to watch your quilt as you make it, whatever one you choose.

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  20. here are so more neat patterns for you to consider! Lots of great designs that combine piecing and applique. I might have to order a few for myself. I have admired many of these for a long time. http://www.therabbitfactory.com/Our_Quilt_Patterns.html

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    1. As if my decision ins't hard enough! lol There are some beautiful patterns here!!

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