Something Old and Something New – July 2014

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.


Bohemian Rhapsody
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.

Zip Zip Bags
Sue Terpin’s Zip Zip Bag is shown on the cover of the July 2014 catalog. The pattern includes fabric for two bags in different fabrics.


Duvet Cover
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.



Prim Hollow
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.


Jeepers Creepers
This 41-1/2″ x 61-3/4″ quilt incorporates the Prim Hollow focal with its parade of  characters, a stack of 10″ squares, and other supporting prints.

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!


  1. Linda Christianson - June 22, 2014

    I see a One Block Wonder coming on out of the Prim border Halloween fabric. Never enough time.

    • Ann - June 23, 2014

      That would be fun!