My newest pattern, Crossed Feathers, is shipping this month!
It’s been over a year since I designed anything, but I just couldn’t resist Jason Yenter’s new line for In The Beginning: Marble Essence. I even came up with the name for the fabric line while brainstorming with my nephew Jesse, who works in the printmaking/screenprinting industry.
In the second version, Jason plugged in his Texture-Graphix fabrics for a more modern, masculine look. Directions for both versions are provided in the pattern.
Crossed Feathers continues the theme of wide and narrow strips that I used in Antelope Canyon and Mirage…. this time in two-sided log cabin blocks.
I did only one size – 95″ square to show off the combination of Marble Essence fabrics, but the pattern can easily be made into a king by adding borders. I’m thinking about doing this in smaller size quilts, and it is easily adapted for any size needed.
I did discover two small typos in the first 100 patterns I’ve shipped out…you have my apology for any trouble this may have caused you! I had so many blues to choose from, that I lost track of which I actually used! However, everything else should be correct.
If you have the pattern, check the top of page 3 of the directions.
– The first fabric you’re cutting at the top of the page should be Fabric 11 – 1DDE 36 (not 35).
– And the 4th fabric on that page should be Fabric 14 – 1DDE 34 (not 36).
You can also refer to the corrected page below if you prefer!