The first stop on the Tessellated Leaves Blog Hop is Debbie who blogs over at Quilting Makes My Heart Sing (quiltingmakesmyheartsing.blogspot.com). Debbie made a two-color baby sized version of Tessellated Leaves. I hope you go visit her today to get more details about her Tessellated Leaves quilt and have a look at some of her other wonderful quilts, like her recent finish Shards.
I met Debbie through the 2014 New Quilt Blogger Blog Hop sponsored by Beth @plum and june. Thank you so much, Debbie, for pattern testing for me!
To introduce Tessellated Leaves, the pattern will be available in my Payhip Store for $6 during the blog hop (through Saturday, January 31st) before it goes up to its regular price.
Here are all the stops on the Tessellated Leaves blog hop:
- Sunday, January 25th – Introduction by Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl
- Monday, January 26th – Debra Harrison @Quilting Makes My Heart Sing
- Tuesday, January 27th – Audrey Dautenhahn @Hot Pink Quilts
- Wednesday, January 28th – Laurel Rosenberg @Drowning in Fabric
- Thursday, January 29th – Shauna Trueblood @Shauna’s World
- Friday, January 30th – Pamela Davis @PBarrettHill Fashion
- Saturday, January 31st – Wrap-up by Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl
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Ohhhh I love the two color version!!
Debbie did a great job, didn’t she? I really like the print balanced by the solid, and it has my mother and I thinking of using the pattern for a baby quilt we will collaborate on together. 🙂
Seeing other people’s variations on your pattern is so cool! One of the best parts of pattern writing, right?
It is definitely one of the best parts of pattern writing!
lovely, a nice alternative to the maple leaf.
Cool. You have your own blog hop. Your colorful version is still my fav though.
Haha – you should read Debbie’s post. Getting the HSTs oriented correctly is a trick. I had to rip many a seam in piecing the queen sized quilt. I had 2 HSTs that were wrong (and found only after the entire row was sewn together, argh!) and I kept putting the right side of the blocks together upside down. 😉
This is gorgeous!! and seriously–a blog hop! What an awesome and perfect idea for a pattern release! I’m looking forward to seeing all the variations of your gorgeous pattern!
Thank you, Kitty. I really want to celebrate and show off the beautiful quilts the pattern testers created. Besides, it is really fun seeing the same pattern re-envisioned by someone new! 🙂