Meadow Dance patterns are now shipping!

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Hi guys!

I’ve been so backed up here with fun new projects, but I’m excited to announce that Meadow Dance patterns are finally shipping!

First up is Meadow Blooms, a simple two-block quilt that looks dramatically different depending upon what background one uses.

Meadow Blooms

Meadow Blooms on white
Meadow Blooms on white

Second, there is Meadow Song, a fun modern take on a Dresden quilt…

Meadow Song detail
Meadow Song detail

Next up is Meadowsweet, a fun applique wall hanging with SVG files for digital fabric cutters.  There is a coordinating Just Another Button Company Button Pack available for this one.  It is also perfect to use with my Meadow Dance Aurifil Thread Collection!

Meadowsweet Cover

And finally there is Meadow Minis.  This one I’m REALLY excited about because it is a block-of-the-month that also has directions to complete as a “quilt-as-you-go” quilt or as minis with instructions detailing the rulerwork that I used.  All you need is a straight and curved ruler.  The best part is that I filmed the quilting process for you guys on this one and will be releasing those videos in my Facebook Group over the next few months!
Meadow MinisMeadow Minis Detail

All of the patterns are available in print and a few are available as PDFs.  Please ask your local shop to order them (if you are lucky enough to have a local shop!)  If you don’t you can find them in my shop.

Now I just have to wait for the Meadow Dance Ruler Guide for Westalee Ruelrs for the Meadow Dance Panel to get back from the printer and we’ll be all set!  (Fingers crossed for next week!)

I hope you love Meadow Dance as much as I do and that you have a fantastic weekend – maybe even with a bit of quilting!

Amanda

 

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Introducing Meadow Dance!

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Hi everyone!

So I’ve been quiet because it has been very busy! I just got back from BERNINA University a couple of weeks ago where I debuted my new collection for Contempo of Benartex – “Meadow Dance” and today it is time to share it with all of you!

I am introducing some purples and oranges and dark grey into the collection this time, although the greens and aquas are the same so you can mix and match with other collection.  It screams happiness to me and I hope that you LOVE it!

There are four patterns designed specifically for this collection, all made with Aurifil 50 wt. thread on my BERNINA 780 and quilted on the Q24, so let’s jump right in.

Meadow Blooms is a fun one-block quilt.  I had such fun quilting it using a combination of free-motion, rulerwork, and motifs from my new Traditional Feathers Quilting Collection.

The blocks work beautifully both on the dark grey and on the white on white print…

Next up is Meadow Song, which is a modern take on a traditional Dresden design.  It is also a great scrap quilt.

Meadow Song

And of course I had to do an applique quilt – “Meadowsweet” is a quick-stitch just the right size for a wall-hanging.  SVG files are included and there is a button pack from Just Another Button Company for this pattern.

And then last on the pattern side of things is my “quilt-as-you-go” “block-of-the-month”.  Is that a mouthful or what?  This is a quilt that can be finished as minis, but can also be assembled after quilting as shown below.  Quilting directions are included and you’ll need a a curved and straight ruler to quilt along.  Videos will be released in my Facebook Group.

Meadow Minis

Meadow Minis closeup

While we are on the subject of rulers have you heard about the Meadow Dance Ruler Panel?  Some of you might be familiar with the ruler panel I did for BERNINA.  This new one uses Westalee (Sew Steady) ruler sets.  There are two to chose from and the guidebook that contains the direction covers both.  Later in the year I’ll be giving directions to BERNINA on how to use this panel in a different way to train on the BERNINA lognarm.

And what do we need to quilt?  Thread!!!  Aurifil put together a thread box just for this collection.  It is perfect for the panel, the applique, or for other projects.

Last but not least, OESD is putting out a coordinating embroidery collection.

Totally different from Folk Art Fantasy, right?  Every collection has a personality and I love them both BECUASEthey are so different!

The Meadow Dance line just started shipping to stores this week.  Patterns will ship at the end of the month and I’ll be sure to post their availability in my Facebook Group, so please join the group if you haven’t already.

If your still hanging in there at the end of the post it is much appreciated!  I know it was long but it is really is just a portion of the photos I have and it was so hard to decide!

Have a lovely conclusion of your summer and happy quilting!

Amanda

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Traditional Feathers Quilting Collection

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Hi guys!

I’ve been awash with prepping some super-exciting educational new products for you all in the wake of BERNINA University.  You’ll see a lot of new things in the next couple of months (including new fabric, a new quilt-as-you-go block of the month featuring my Meadow Dance line, and a new ruler panel – this time featuring Westalee rulers), but before we go there I wanted to introduce:

My new quilting collection digitized for longarm machines and domestic embroidery machines – the “Traditional Feathers Quilting Collection”!

This collection is drawn out in a similar manner to the way I teach free-motioning feathers, so it works beautifully both on its own in conjunction with your own free-motion designs.

I love to support local shops, so please ask them to order it if you can.  If you aren’t lucky enough to have a local shop you can find the Traditional Feathers Quilting Collection here.

Happy quilting!

Amanda

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