Tessellated Leaves by Audrey @Hot Pink Quilts
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Tessellated Leaves Blog Hop – Audrey @ Hot Pink Quilts

The next stop on the Tessellated Leaves Blog Hop is Audrey who blogs over at Hot Pink Quilts (hotpinkquilts.blogspot.com). Audrey made a two-color baby sized version of Tessellated Leaves using shot cottons. 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 The Ranch Quilt which she designed.

Tessellated Leaves by Audrey @Hot Pink Quilts

Tessellated Leaves by Audrey @Hot Pink Quilts

I met Audrey through the 2014 New Quilt Blogger Blog Hop sponsored by Beth @plum and june. Thank you so much, Audrey, 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:

0 thoughts on “Tessellated Leaves Blog Hop – Audrey @ Hot Pink Quilts

  1. Sandra says:

    Ever since I got a book out on Jinny Beyer’s tessellations in quilts, I have been so mesmerized by these! Yours is no less mesmerizing, love the way my eye sees the blue leaves, no the aqua, nope there’s the blue again! And, I just might live under a rock (or a bolt of fabric) because what is Stash Bee? I clicked on your name, took me to Blogger profile, clicked on My Blogs, and it took me there, not here. I’ve visited you here before, so I am now rather confused…(not an uncommon occurrence of late for me, but there you have it.)

  2. Judy says:

    Yvonne, these quilts are looking fabulous! Congrats on your first pattern release! Here’s a virtual clinking of wine glasses. . . or coffee cups. . . or tea cups toasting you and this awesome pattern! :)

  3. Oh this might be my favorite so far two color way, I love that it uses a lighter blue rather than a neutral. Scrumptious!

    1. Tonal variations are a lot of fun! :)

  4. Anne Beier says:

    I love the colors you chose for this quilt. Great job.

    1. Audrey did a great job. :)

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