FREE PATTERN: Wintertide

Hi Friends, here is another freebie for you – designed by yours truly for Benartex!   It comes in two colorways.

Click here to view the full range of the Star of Hope collection.

Click here to download the pattern instructions.

Stay tuned for my magazine feature quilt using some of these fabrics.

Sorry for the quick post, but I have got to run for now.  Talk to you later!

p.s.  Thanks for all of you who wrote and asked how we fared Sandy.  We are doing well — power is still on.

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15 thoughts on “FREE PATTERN: Wintertide

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  1. This is beautiful, Wendy! So Christmasy! I have always admired applique quilts but have not yet “got around” to attempting one of my own. They taught how to applique shapes with machine satin stitch, invisible zigzag and blanket stitch in my sewing machine mastery class years ago, but the part that makes me nervous is how do you make sure everything is placed/centered perfectly in the block, and that no puckering happens if you’re doing a bigger applique than just those little samples we did? Doesn’t the fusible web stuff make the applique areas stiff and flat instead of puffy? I don’t expect you to write a whole tutorial on this, but if there’s a particular book with a method you like, I’d love it if you could point me in the right direction. And THANK YOU for sharing this beautiful pattern and fabrics with us!

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