Category: Quilt Patterns

Dino Tracks | Free Pattern

A FREE Patchwork & Poodles pattern! Yes! Fun fact: When I was a kid I loved to collect fossils. It might have something to do with the fact that I was there when the Field Museum in Chicago unveiled SUE the T. Rex in 2000. So when I saw this adorable dinosaur-filled collection from Paintbrush Studio Fabrics, I just knew some dinosaur paws were in order. Did you know The Field Museum paid $8.4 MContinue reading

Harvest Star | A Quilt Pattern

Pattern number 5 is here! Harvest Star is a big block quilt with a big impact! (Buy it here) It is also my first single-block based design. When I first designed it, I tried a lot of different things for the block corners. I knew I wanted them to form a secondary pattern, but I wasn’t sure what. When I saw the stars, I knew it was perfect. My cover version is made out ofContinue reading

Misty Mountains Baby Quilt | Finished Project

Ever get stuck? That’s what happened to me. I worked on this quilt back when Misty Mountains was getting released, and after I finished quilting it, I lost steam on the project. I know, I know, I was SO close to finishing! I actually just this week spent some time affixing the binding on THREE quilts. Yes, three. All of them have been quilted and trimmed for MONTHS and were just sitting in my quiltingContinue reading

Bear Path | A Quilt Pattern

I’m so excited to introduce Bear Path, Patchwork & Poodle’s FOURTH pattern!! Buy Bear Path. As with every pattern release, I work really hard to make each one as perfect as I can so that you can have the best pattern making experience! That includes making multiple versions myself to iron out any tweaks. The first Bear Path I made was as a baby gift for my sister. Although I liked the first design, I keptContinue reading

Zesty | A Quilt Pattern

I’m so excited to introduce Patchwork & Poodle’s third pattern, Zesty! I love orange peel quilts, which is slightly problematic since I don’t enjoy cutting or sewing curves. So I set out to create a modern twist on an orange peel quilt that didn’t involve curves. And while I was at it, let’s exclude template and foundation paper piecing too. Thus, creating a pattern that uses nothing but basic quilt blocks to create a stunningContinue reading

Modern Crossing | A Finished Quilt

I had the opportunity to partner with Art Gallery Fabrics for one of their upcoming collections, Mystical Land by Maureen Cracknell. The vibrant, jewel tones had me at the word “go”, so I was pleased as could be to slice them up and sew them back together into a new formation. I used my Modern Crossing pattern, which comes with fabric requirements for two colors, three colors, or a scrappy look. To show off thisContinue reading