FREE PATTERN: The Gallery

Hello Friends!  I hope you are doing well.  Besides the sneaky quilty previews I have shared with you from time to time, I also work on other quilt-related things that I can’t really share until they are official.  I have been working on things of the latter category quite a bit lately – that’s why I have been rather uncommunicative.  Please stay tuned for some exciting news.

Meanwhile, I have another free pattern to share with you.  The Gallery is designed with Floral Philosophy, another contemporary fabric line released by Benartex. Tan and (dark) midnight blue is a rather new color combination for me.  Is it for you?

Click here to view the full fabric range.  I rather like the red colorway myself.

Design 1b_redo2_45.5 x 50_high res

This is another design that is versatile for using up the large and small print fabrics in your stash.  Click here to download the pattern instructions for free, compliments of Benartex.  Enjoy!

Curious mind wants to know… would The Gallery quilt go anywhere in your or someone else’s house?  How/where should it be displayed?

Thanks for stopping by.

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More free patterns, anyone?

January: Mediterranean Dream (Quilting Treasures)
February: Butterfly Kisses (Quilting Treasures)
March: Pumpkin Patch using Autumn Fauna (Benartex)
March: Floral Linda using Catalina (Benartex)
April: Forest Floor using Wildflower Wood (Lecien/Lynette Anderson)
April: Nature’s Harmony using Silent Harmony (RJR Fabrics)
May: Tied With A Bow using A Gingerbread Christmas (RJR Fabrics)
June: Simply Sweet using lief!Lifestyle (Quilting Treasures)
June: Birds on a Wire using Let’s Tweet (Benartex)
July: Silver Lining using Urban Oasis (Benartex)
July: Rooster Royale (Quilting Treasures)

14 thoughts on “FREE PATTERN: The Gallery

  1. Of course I’d display this quilt; perfect for my guest to enjoy in their room. I love the fabric collection and I’d lean towards the red myself.

  2. The pattern and colors have a masculine feel to me. I would like to see it done in the fuchsia colors. You’ve piqued my interest…….I look forward to the “official” peek.

  3. I think this would be a great wall quilt for a dinning area. You are right, Wendy, about it being a good pattern for large and small prints in our stash. Those fat quarters that still have a good amount of fabric in them. Have a great weekend!

  4. You know, I haven’t personally quilted with the beige, dove gray, and indigo blue color scheme, but I’ve seen so many breathtaking Japanese quilts with that color palette in QNM over the years. Your pattern is perfect with these fabrics, because it reminds me of those sliding screens in traditional Japanese homes. It’s very Zen and peaceful!

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