Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Blossom Love - A New Quilt Pattern and a GIVEAWAY

"I love big blocks, I can not lie!"

Allow me to officially introduce my newest machine pieced quilt,

"Blossom Love"


Nice big 18" blocks with the quilt finishing at 62" x 62" and Fat Quarter Friendly.



Blossom Love has been made using "Frolic" the newest fabric range from Melly and Me for Ella Blue and I do believe that it is now in Australia and has starting to arrive in shops. 





I am also including one block as the centre of a medallion quilt I am making and I love how it looks in 'scrappy' Bonnie and Camille.


This medallion quilt is very much a work in progress but just imagine a scrappy Bonnie and Camille, (or any of your favourite fabric actually) Blossom Love :)

Blossom Love is now available from your Local Quilt Shop - just ask.
It is also available as a PDF in my Etsy Store.
Wholesale order through Creative Abundance.

Now for a
** Giveaway **

If you think that you would like to make your own Blossom Love Quilt just leave a comment below and tell me what fabrics you might make your version in and I will pick TWO random winners on the evening of Sunday 2nd July and you can pick if you would like a paper copy of the pattern or a PDF Version.

Open Internatiionally.

Until next time,
Happy Stitching,
Sharon x












32 comments :

  1. love the new pattern Sharon, my designer of choice is Kate Spain. I don't have every line but I do have my fair share of Kate's fabrics

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    1. Awesome pattern! I can see my treasured Strawberry Fields fabric being used to make this.

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  2. Gorgeous pattern! I'm thinking Amy Sinibaldi 💕 And gosh we think alike for the dwell medallion!

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  3. LOVE big blocks as well and this Quilt is amazing! I am thinking ahead to the holidays and Amy Sinibaldi's new Little Town prints would be a great fit! Thank you for the opportunity!

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  4. Another fantastic pattern. Could be Paisleys on parade by Tammy Tadd or another bright fqr bundle that I have without selvages

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  5. Wow what an awesome giveaway ,I would use my French general range of Rouenneries xx

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  6. love your new design Sharon...very sweet! I would do it all scrappy ( love my scraps and there's a LOT of them!) awesome giveaway

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  7. I would probably use grunge and throw in same kaffe fassett for some pop. This is a gorgeous pattern!!

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  8. I love the pattern and I have lots of red and white I would use on it.

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  9. I love big blocks too!! It's show off the beautiful fabrics more! I have some "into the woods" I would love to use

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  10. This is such a lovely pattern! I would like to make it with Amy Sinibaldis Charleston line.

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  11. Oh such a gorgeous pattern, so difficult to choose just one range of fabric but I love Kate Spain or Bonnie and Camille ����

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  12. Lovely quilt pattern. I would use red, white and blues. I have a abundance in my stash.

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  13. Amy Gibson's debut line, cannot remember the name just that it makes me smile

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  14. I love being Scrap Happy! I'd have to go with Lori Holts fabrics.

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  15. This is a lovely pattern. I like big blocks, too! I would use Hello Jane by Allison Harris to make these big blossoms.

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  16. Another beautiful pattern Sharon. I'd make it in 1930 prints - I love big blocks too, quilts come together so quickly!

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  17. Sharon- What a lovely quilt and pattern. Beautiful fabrics. I am a stash user and so my quilt would be made with all kinds of rainbow colored fabrics. I love the old fashioned calicoes as well as the modern prints. So exciting to see you designing more things that we can join in on. Keep up the good work! K- lkw2x6-apq@yahoo.com

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  18. Beautiful quilt...I would probably use my extensive stash (embarrassingly so)...Thanks for the giveaway!

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  19. Beautiful pattern! I have a lovely bundle of 30's Playtime. Thank you for the generous giveaway.

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  20. Thank You for the awesome giveaway! I am really into Riley Blake's Arbor Blossom this summer and think it would be perfect for this pattern! Don't you?!

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  21. Beautiful pattern Sharon! And your book arrived on Monday! It's absolutely gorgeous! Now for the pattern, I think I would go with something completely different to what I have been using lately. 'True Colours' (without the 'u') by Tula Pink!!

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  22. Looks fab! I'd pick a mixture of navy, white and red 2017 Cotton+Steel, just to give it a mix up from the traditional ��. Paper pattern please.

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  23. I would use my Bonnie and Camille fabrics as I love the look of your medallion quilt.

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  24. I think I would use some 30's because all it needs is a picket fence. Lovely!

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  25. This pattern is so much lovely to use for interior decoration. Thanks for sharing the idea that will be much helpful for us.
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  26. Lovely pattern Sharon. Maybe this could be the reason to break into my Bonnie and Camille Scrumptious bundle!

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  27. I'd love to see it in blues and purples (I've been on a blue w/ purple kick lately!) I love it in the middle of your medallion quilt!! Thanks for the chance to win it!! Hugs, H

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  29. Such a cute pattern. I would make it in the new Tilda fabric.

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  30. GIVEAWAY is now closed. I will be emailing the winners shortly and announcing them int he next blog post. Thank you xx

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