The next stop on the Tessellated Leaves Blog Hop is Pam who blogs over at PBarrettHill Fashion (pbarretthillfashion.blogspot.com). Pam made a four-color baby sized version of Tessellated Leaves. I hope you go visit her today to get more details about her Tessellated Leaves quilt.
I met Pam through her comments on my blog; she enthusiastically offered to test my pattern and I look forward to getting to know her and her work better through her blog. Thank you so much, Pam, 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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Pam and Laurel have been swapping notes! They both look lovely.
They do look pretty similar, but I think it was just chance!
I’ve really enjoyed the hop you are hosting this week; it’s great to see all the different versions of your pattern. I hope lots of people take advantage of the hop/sale and purchase your pattern 🙂
Thanks, it was a fun week, Beth. Not many sales, but it was a good learning experience for me!
All these tester quilts are lovely, but I am definitely noticing a theme in color/fabric placement–is that part of the pattern, or is it something they all individually happen to pick? Not meant as a criticism, just curious! 🙂
No worries, Renee! I think it was just the way it worked out and random chance that they look similar!
Love your new quilt pattern. All the different fabrics used make the pattern that much more attractive to buyers. Was looking at your blog and noticed your quilt ladder. Love that also. Did you purchase it or make it yourself? Keep up all the good work.
Thank you! My husband and I made the quilt ladder together a few years ago.
I really love these fabrics and the way she quilted it is one of my favorites so far!
I agree that Pam did an excellent quilting job! 🙂