Tire Tracks - photograph taken by Kitty Wilkin @nightquilter in Costa Rica
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Tire Tracks in the 2020 Quilter’s Planner

It continues to be a huge honor for me to have a quilt pattern included in The Quilter’s Planner companion magazine every year. This year, I am very excited to introduce you to Tire Tracks, a modern two-color lap quilt that I created for the 2020 Quilter’s Planner (affiliate link).

Tire Tracks - photograph taken by Kitty Wilkin @nightquilter in Costa Rica

Tire Tracks – photograph taken by Kitty Wilkin @nightquilter in Costa Rica

I made Tire Tracks using Northcott ColorWorks Premium Solids in Superwhite and Ultra Black. Many of the quilts included as patterns in the 2020 Quilter’s Planner companion magazine were photographed in Costa Rica this year, and I have to admit I was wondering if I could sneak into the luggage with my quilt, but I didn’t quite fit. 🙂

Tire Tracks - photograph taken by Kitty Wilkin @nightquilter in Costa Rica

Tire Tracks – photograph taken by Kitty Wilkin @nightquilter in Costa Rica

Pre-orders for the 2020 Quilter’s Planner (affiliate link) are open now; I’m excited to see all the versions of Tire Tracks that are made!

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17 thoughts on “Tire Tracks in the 2020 Quilter’s Planner

  1. Mary says:

    I love this design!

  2. This is such a fun design, Yvonne! Congratulations on being a part of the Quilter’s Planner again. I think there were a lot of us wishing we could fit into Kitty’s luggage, lol 🙂

  3. What an original design and evocative of what you have been up to! I can’t believe it went to Costa Rica – never would have guessed that is where it was. Hope your travels are continuing to be a joyous adventure.

  4. Suzanne says:

    That is a stunning quilt! It really does look like tire tracks, plus black and white is always dramatic and your quilt is no exception.

    Even though the picture is small on my screen, it looks as though every single point is PERFECTLY matched and the quilting lines are ALL totally straight, every one. However do you do that???? I’m still striving for that sort of success.

    Now that you’ve reached Alaska, where is the Wabi-Sabi headed next?

  5. Wanda. B. says:

    Great pattern, Yvonne. Very significant for your travel world this year. I am proud of you all over again. .

  6. I think there were quite a few of us who wanted to sneak into Kitty’s luggage, right?!? There’s just something about two color quilts; I love them. This design is really fun!

  7. Debbie says:

    Costa Rica? Wow! That’s amazing. Love this design of yours! I keep looking at the blocks, intrigued by how they work together.

  8. Lisa J. says:

    This is so beautiful Yvonne. Love it!

  9. Liz says:

    Another stunner! I’m visually amazed every time you come out with a pattern. I think I can recognize them without seeing your name now, you’ve got quite a signature!

  10. Jo Avery says:

    That is such a cool quilt Yvonne!

  11. Melanie says:

    The quilt is awesome! Will there be a solitary pattern one day? xo Melanie

  12. Melanie says:

    Amazing quilt! Will there be a stand alone pattern one day? xo Melanie

  13. Lea says:

    Tire Tracks is a gorgeous quilt and the quilting is outstanding. The background scenery is beautiful too.

  14. Fantastic pattern Yvonne. I suspect we will be seeing iterations of this coming to our social media feeds in 2020 and I look forward to it. Will be fun to see it made up in different colors!

  15. Such a perfect name for this design, Yvonne! Plus, I just love how striking it is in black and white!

  16. sue7oaks says:

    Brilliant design Yvonne! Shame about the trip to Costa Rica…

I really appreciate the time and thought you take to comment, and I look forward to conversing with you. :)