It's with such joy and excitement that I announce my third collaboration with Make Modern magazine, the Sawtooth Stamp Quilt. It's an intermediate skill level block based pattern, inspired by traditional quilts, with a vibrant flare.
You can order the issue HERE. This link gives me a small kickback, which helps me write more patterns. For less than the cost of an independently published pattern, you can get dozens of patterns and articles in this issue. There's a project for everyone and any skill level.
The pattern includes making triangles four different ways: Half-Square Triangles, Half-Rectangle Triangles, Equilateral Triangles, and Flying Geese.
The sample quilt uses fabric from the Moonrise Collection by Alexia Abegg, manufactured by Cotton + Steel. These fabrics are carried at Cottoneer, Lamb and Loom Fabrics, and Fabric Worm.
Here's the original quilt colors, represented here in solids.
If you'd like to make the quilt in these colors, they are Kona colors: Bellini, Primrose, Spice, Teal Blue, Pickle, and Prussian. My favorite place to shop Kona Solids is from Fabric Bubb, a woman-owned Seattle-area fabric shop.
For RJR solids, they are Ballerina, Charlotte, Morocco, Goldilocks, Proud as a Peacock, and Atlantica.
Here's an alternate colorway I would love to see made. I call it the Taos Colorway.
For Kona, use: Light Parfait, Spice, Terra Cotta, Peach, Ice Frappe, and Aruba.
For RJR, use: Apricot Ice, Flamingo, Mamalade, Morocco, Cove, and Riviera.
I hope you enjoy the pattern!
Here's the link again: Make Modern Issue 33.
If you're not a quilter, or would like something fancy, here's some recent products available in the shop, just click on the photos to go to the listing:
And if you're a crafter stuck at home, we have a new blend of Ponderosa Thread Gloss for you!
Hope you are all healthy and well.