I knew I would love this book, before I ever saw it, because I love everything Lori does. Now that I have had time to play with Quilty Fun,, it is even better than I had envisioned. Tons of great information, tips, patterns and loads of Lori’s fabulousness all wrapped up in a spiral bound (yes, spiral bound!) book. Every quilt in here is my favorite and the best part is , its written in a way that makes it easy for you to make your own layout with all of the designs. If you don’t already have a copy, you can order one from us through this link here: Quilty Fun
P.S. Lori has started a Sew Along using this quilt that begins today. I picked my fabrics this morning and am definitely joining in, you should too!
Here is the link to get started: Quilty Fun Sew Along on Lori’s Blog
Our version on Millie’s Dresses is here! Isn’t it wonderful!? Jeanette added embellishments to the dresses that are just darling. We are pre-selling kits now that we be ready next week. There will only be a limited quantity available, so get yours now if you want it! The kits include the pattern, all fabrics for the quilt top and pattern and supplies for the embellishments.
UPDATE:Sorry we are sold out of these patterns & kits.
If I have a little girl someday, I will give her this quilt. I love the simplicity of the design and the soft colors. I made this quilt using the Daisy Cottage collection of fabrics, but it could be made with anything that you love. These fabrics are very girly, but you can change the fabrics to work wonderfully for a boy. This is a great go- to baby quilt for all of those baby showers you will be attending this spring. We are giving you the pattern, it is easy and fast and very beginner friendly. Just follow the link below for the instructions. This quilt is designed to work with 2 sets of 5″ charm squares plus a complimentary fabric.
Click Here for the Daisy Baby Quilt Pattern in PDF
We have already been selling this pattern like crazy in our shop! But now that Lori has loaned us her quilt for display they are hopping out on their own practically. I really think this is my very favorite of all of her designs. I am particularly in love with the tiny details such as the embroidery on the aprons on that are hanging on the clothesline. All of these tiny details are what makes a quilt for me! I think it is why I am so obsessed with the Japanese quilts, they are full of these tiny additions. It takes some extra time, but it is totally worth it! If you would like us to send you this pattern, the link to order is below.
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