Quilt Pattern

Scoop {Pattern Release}

I shared Scoop back in mid-November, and today I’m excited to announce the release of the Scoop digital quilt pattern! And here’s the inside scoop on Scoop: I actually made it to reacquaint myself with curved piecing before making the Rock Candy quilt for the MQG’s Modern Monthly.

The pattern is written to help you explore your stash and scraps and have fun. It requires 7 fabrics and I have included the original baby size that I made (36″ x 36″) and an expanded large lap size (72″ x 72″).

The back cover shows how the large lap size can become a beautiful kaleidoscope of color with just a few of the arrangements.

The Scoop pattern contains detailed information to help you select your fabrics and confidently piece curves. I recommend using the quarter circle templates from Jen Carlton Bailly, but the pattern also contains paper templates for your use as well. And if you are ever looking for color inspiration, I recommend visiting Design Seeds, uploading a favorite photograph and creating a color selection based on it using the Palette Builder tool from Play Crafts, or reading about color theory for new ideas and inspiration.

Scoop

Scoop

The Scoop digital quilt pattern is on sale through this weekend, so be sure to scoop it up now.

10 thoughts on “Scoop {Pattern Release}

  1. very interesting design. I am a MQG member, so lucky me!

  2. Love this curvy beauty! Happy to see her out in the wild!

  3. Jayne says:

    So many color possibilities! I also love the name!

  4. Cindy says:

    Love it! So much movement and colour choices would make an impact too.

  5. That is a really cool quilt!! Nicely done!

  6. Another winner Yvonne! I really like the kaleidoscope effect and the strip of that same effect on the pattern back!

  7. I get such a kick out of looking at the different layouts for this pattern, Yvonne! Well done!

  8. patty says:

    Fun pattern! Love it.

  9. Izzy says:

    Beautiful pattern Yvonne! Congrats on the release. 🙂

  10. Kathleen McCormick says:

    Great pattern, Yvone. I love that it does different things depending on your layout – genius!

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