This hand pieced quilt, Little Sisters, is a smaller version of my “Circle of Sisters” quilt, which was inspired by a vintage quilt from my private collection. I have recreated this new version with modern techniques. Like it’s “bigger sister”, Little Sisters has been made using a purpose-made acrylic template set (included with the pattern).
Little Sisters, as pictured, measures approx. 40 1/2″ x 40 1/2″ (1.03m x 1.03m)
“Robin’s Nest” is now available as a single-purchase pattern. This project comes complete with acrylic plastic templates for most shapes in the quilt. Measuring 70″ x 70″, this stunning design can be hand or machine pieced and features a small amount of hand applique.
The Bows Quilt is a loving reproduction of a quilt originally made circa 1860.
The layout is unusual as most quilts similar to this are set square rather than on point.
In its original layout, the common name for this block is Indian Teepee.
This quilt can be hand or machine pieced.
Quilt measures approx. 72” x 95” (1.8m x 2.4m).
Finished with a saw-tooth border, this scrappy quilt features 3 different sized Lemoyne Stars pieced so as to give a random appearance. Whilst named after the fabric range the sample is made from, this quilt could easily be made in any colourway from your own fabric stash.
Quilt approx. 58” x 58” (1.47m x 1.47m)
Pattern contains paper templates, or you can use our Lemoyne Star template set.