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Since the July 2014 catalog just launched, I finally get to tell you about some exciting patterns. I am back with more favorites from the CT archives and a couple of new designs in two of our newest collections: Isle of Enchantment and Prim Hollow.
Isle of Enchantment
Isle of Enchantment has a gorgeous floral in three colorways: blue, orange, and purple. The supporting prints of these focal fabrics offer bright colors and lots of visual texture to complement your quilted project.
Big Fish Little Fish
This cute 26-1/2″ quilt by Sue Terpin can be a child’s quilt or a wall hanging. Prairie points are used in a clever way for the Big Fish’s teeth.
This small 18-1/2″ square quilt is a charming wall hanging or table topper. The constructions includes some simple appliqué, borders, and a gently scalloped binding.
Now, there is also a free download pattern for a Twin Duvet Cover and Pillowcase shown in Isle of Enchantment. The duvet cover is 67″ x 88″. The 20″ x 26″pillowcase has an interesting envelope construction similar to the way pillowcases are made in other parts of the world such as Europe and Australia.
The more I see this unusual Halloween collection, the more I love it! The parade of characters with their weird smiles is really growing on me – and the supporting prints are terrific.
Creepy Hot Pads
I had fun designing this set of four hot pads with the Prim Hollow collection! Each potholder has a different fussy cut character and complementary fabrics selected from a Prim Hollow Stack of 10″ squares.
Be sure to check back Monday to see a great CT pattern that is now a free download for the first time … and it looks great in Isle of Enchantment!