Bountiful Bundle


Arrow Stone by Julie Cefalu of The Crafty Quilter

Arrow Stone blends traditional quilt units with a modern layout. It offers three sizes: Baby, Throw and Queen. The blocks are large (15" finished) squares that create a fun, secondary pattern when sewn together. Most of the units are over-sized and trimmed down to exact measurements. The piecing is straight forward but yields a complex block that is perfect for a confident quilter.

Broken Frames by Cheryl Brickey of Meadow Mist Designs

Broken Frames is a beginner friendly pattern perfect to highlight your favorite charm packs (5" squares). The accent fabric creates a dot-dash pattern around the print squares. The quilt pattern includes instructions for baby, lap, and twin sized quilts.

Etched Diamond by Shannon Fraser of Shannon Fraser Designs

Etched Diamond is a confident beginner friendly pattern with clear step-by-step graphics so you know exactly what your blocks should look like at each stage of piecing! You'll learn how to make half-square triangles using the 8-at-a-time (no waste) method. Have fun with your colorplay featuring the 5 colors needed. Just switching up between and dark and light background can make such a big impact in the look of your quilt. Use the included coloring page and design ideas to explore your own fabric combinations! Plus, you can choose from one of 5 quilt sizes: crib, throw, twin, queen and king. The great news is, the design never changes, just the block sizes.

Exploding Heart by Laura Piland of Slice of Pi Quilts

What makes your heart burst with joy? Capture the feeling with the Exploding Heart quilt! This advanced beginner pattern makes a large 72” x 72” throw quilt and is fat quarter and fabric cutter friendly. The following is included in this detailed 12 page pattern:

★ Measurements/requirements for a 72" x 72" throw quilt
★ Color diagrams
★ Detailed instructions
★ Fabric and color suggestions

Flight Path by Yvonne Fuchs of Quilting Jetgirl

Skill Level: 2 out of 5 (Confident Beginner)

Flight Path was inspired by runway markings and airplane silhouettes. The pattern is written so that you can make the most of directional prints used within the arrow shapes, keeping everything pointed in the same direction. The pattern includes instructions for creating your own version of the quilt in 4 different sizes: baby, lap, twin, and queen.


Full House by Mariana Diaz of Sew Mariana

This adorable house quilt is beginner friendly, made with traditional patchwork piecing. It’s the perfect first-quilt to tackle for beginners and a fun outlet for more experienced quilters to use their scraps! It has easy-to-follow, step-by-step directions and full color graphics and comes with instructions to make various sizes: Baby or Wall Hanging, Lap and Throw.

Goodnight Garden by Heather Briggs of My Sew Quilty Life

Showcase a garden at dusk with flower blocks set on-point made in dark greys, dusty pinks, and golden yellows. Add a special touch to your quilt with curved corners or simply leave them square. This pattern comes with instructions to make this quilt in three sizes: throw, crib, and table runner. Test out your favorite colors using the included coloring sheet.

Irish Twist by Michelle Cain of From Bolt to Beauty

Irish Twist is a new chapter in quilting's Irish chain story. Here the chains fall to the background, and the in-between spaces take the spotlight. Add in thoughtful fabric placement, and you've got a quilt fit for modern tastes.

Skill level: beginner

Baby: 38" x 47"
Small throw: 50½" x 62½"
Large throw: 63" x 78"
Twin: 75½" x 93½"

This pattern is a whole-composition design. The different sizes are created by enlarging the individual pieces, not by adding more blocks. (In other words, every size looks like the cover quilt.) The fabric requirements and cutting instructions accommodate directional foreground fabrics.

This PDF pattern includes:
* Full-color illustrations
* A coloring page
* Labels for the cut fabric pieces

Quilty Trees by Emily Dennis of Quilty Love

Quilty Trees is a fun and easy beginner friendly quilt. Use your scrap stash or your fabric stash to make these little tree blocks.

Radiant by Kirsty Cleverly of Bonjour Quilts

The Radiant quilt pattern uses "courtyard steps" log cabin blocks to create a symmetrical pattern that fades from the centre out to the edges of the quilt. This modern quilt looks fantastic in solid fabrics and small scale prints. The Radiant pattern has instructions for 5 quilt sizes, baby to king, and is suitable for an intermediate quilter (or an enthusiastic beginner with a couple of quilts already under their belt).

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