Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Pie, Sweet or Savory, new pattern for Minneapolis Quilt Market 2015

Introducing Pie, Sweet or Savory!  

Tessellating shapes, similar to a quatrefoil, influenced our newest pattern design.  The Savory Pie reflects spicy tastes with global icons.  The Sweet Pie shapes suggest candies, pastries and of course my favorite, pie.  So pick your flavor!  
They are both easily created by piecing quarter circle shapes.  There are so many options we made 8 samples to show their versatility!  The pattern even gives instructions on how to use the leftovers for a fabulous backing insert or runner.


Sweet Pie runner in two fabulous
 Art Gallery fabrics.                           The flip side features the leftovers plus.

This baby Sweet Pie features that cute firetruck fabric from Robert Kaufman.

Sweet Pie, throw size, is made with Carolyn Friedlander's fabric 
pantograph, "Kandinsky" by Patrician Ritter is equally spectacular.

Savory Baby's fun shapes and fabrics are reminiscent of vintage
in this modern model.  The central negative space would be perfect
to quilt your baby's monogram!

And the leftovers in the backing give it twice the statement!

Stay tuned!  We'll provide more samples, discuss design options and have some pattern giveaways!

1 comment:

  1. I really do love this pattern! Look forward to seeing more about it on the blog.


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