It's from my book Prairie Flower.
Although most of these books are out of print, all are available used. Over in the left-hand column you can click on the Amazon logos to see what they sell for.
And here's another one from the same book. A prizewinner!
I don't get much time to sew. I am too busy blogging and working out patterns in BlockBase. So it's great to see that SOMEBODY's sewing my designs.
Who those somebodies are is often hard to figure out. I apologize for posting quilts with no names. If they are yours let me know.
Here are some with names:
Kristen Westfall and her sampler made from my
Borderland in Butternut and Blue.
Fabrics and Quilts posted their version of
the sampler from Facts & Fabrications.
Marcia showed me her version of the Women of Design sampler with her own
clever set. She alternated the blocks with squeezed squares.
UPDATE: VaVis wanted to know what a squeezed square is.
I have called this rounded or pointed square a squeezed square for years.
The real name I guess in Pincushion or Orange Peel.
Makes a good alternate block!
Summer Garden by
Pam Botten of Minnesota,
inspired by our Susan McCord book
I found this one posted with the wrong label. I can't recall what it was labeled but it looked quite familiar
and then I realized it was a version of Carol Gilham Jones's cover quilt on America's Printed Fabrics.
Thanks to all you quiltmakers who use my patterns!